This science graphic organizer will aid in student concept retention, focus, creativity, and engagement. Students will use this graphic organizer to identify and define the rock cycle. I have also included space for students to give examples of each type of rock and to define the processes involved in forming sedimentary rocks - weathering, erosion, deposition, cementation, and compaction. Students will gain experience in synthesizing information and creating their own tangible connections in their notes.
Also included is a one page student quiz/review to help you assess mastery of the doodle note content. It includes identification, short answer, fill-in-the-blank, and vocabulary defintions.
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⭐ Student quiz
⭐ Teacher key for quiz
Doodle notes are a great addition to interactive notebooks and can be used as mini personal anchor charts for your students! They can be used as teacher guided instruction or as individual/pair assignments. Have students share their doodle notes and discuss key ideas to fill in any gaps and to solidify their learning!
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