Using Science Notebooks in Elementary Classrooms (Google eBook)
"Elementary teachers know that learning science involves both the process of thinking and the ability to communicate those thoughts. One of the most effective ways of demonstrating this is through the use of student science notebooks. The earlier students learn to keep records, the better they will be prepared to make this a natural part of their science activities."--Publisher's website.
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What Is a Science Notebook?
What Are the Essential Components of a Science Notebook?
Question Problem Purpose
Observations Data Charts Graphs Drawings and Illustrations
Reflection Next Steps New Questions
English Language Development and the ScienceLiteracy Connection
Additional Strategies for Increasing the Use of Academic Content Language in the Writing of English Language Learners
Assessing Student Progress
The Power of Feedback
Implications and Concluding Remarks
a About the Author
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