Language is one of the most powerful tools for learning. We can use language to stretch children's curiosity, reasoning ability, creativity and independence.
One effective way to do this is by asking open-ended questions - those with no single right or wrong answer. Instead of predictable answers, open-ended questions elicit fresh and sometimes even startling insights and ideas, opening minds and enabling adults and children to build knowledge together.
___This is a great way to end a lesson or a quick assessment for your students on the scientific method. It is simple and easy. Give this to the students as either an engagement or closing piece of the lesson. I have included the modified version with the word bank and the regular version.
6 points = steps in order
6 points = correct steps
6 points = examples of each step