Use these notes as an introduction to writing good scientific conclusions after an experiment. Use the guided notes sheet to help students understand what is needed in a good scientific conclusion. Then use the example conclusion sheet to give students practice identifying the different parts of a good conclusion.
One way to complete the notes in class is to read the teacher's notes aloud while the students complete their copy of the notes. After taking notes, students can work together to identify the different parts of the example conclusion. This method is especially helpful for students with special needs and ELL students.
This resource has two student pages. One is the notes sheet and the other is the example conclusion sheet. Three printing options for these pages are included. The resource also has a teacher's version with the answers and ideas about how to use the pages.
The pages are made to fit in an interactive notebook. Have students trim the edges and glue the pages in their interactive notebooks. For information about how to set up an interactive notebook in your classroom, please visit my How to Set Up an Interactive Notebook blog post
This resource is also available at a discount as part of the Scientific Method Interactive Notebook Bundled PACKAGE
, which comes with INB pages for seven different topics of the scientific method.
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