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Students will create a comic strip story that demonstrates their knowledge of the scientific method. Students are encouraged to create a comic that does not necessarily follow the steps of the scientific method in order. Furthermore, their comics may even include funny accidents along the way. This project is a fun way to engage students in thinking about how scientists answer a scientific question through experimental design. And, hopefully, they will realize that the scientific method is not a rigid series of steps meant to be followed in order, but instead a non-linear process.
This product contains:
★ Student direction page (PDF + Editable PowerPoint Doc)
★ Grading rubric (PDF + Editable PowerPoint Doc)
★ Four different comic strip templates
★ A comic accordion foldable
How is this product useful?
✔ Excellent summative assessment
✔ Allows students to be creative
✔ Requires critical thinking skills
✔ Integrates art and science
✔ Great for bulletin board displays
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