Write Evidence to Support a Claim in Science
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How many times have you asked students to support their claim in science and it falls flat? Me too, friend, me too. That’s when I realized, students sometimes need help with the specific language needed to create evidence that supports their claim!
If you teach claim, evidence, and reasoning in science, your students will find this resource so helpful! Using an experiment and data table, your students will learn five ways to find solid evidence to support their claim in science.
Follow up with an activity where they can practice this on their own! Learning how to master CER science writing will be simple when your students use evidence to support their claim well.
Do you have a snow day or a digital learning day? This lesson is completely digital for maximum flexibility so you don’t have to stress or change course last minute!
Everything you need is right inside of this Write Evidence To Support A Claim In Science lesson.
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✨ Fully digital and fully print versions of the entire activity for maximum flexibility and a stress free lesson plan
✨ Complete teacher directions and suggestions so you know exactly how to use this resource
✨Printable and digital student pages with fill-in-the-blank notes, perfect for digital or in person learning.
✨Five tips to finding and writing good evidence that supports a claim in science
✨A follow-up digital, print, and accommodated activity so students can practice their evidence writing skills
✨Complete answer keys to help you clear up any confusion
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