SECO May 2020 Webinar - Reading and Writing Like a Scientist - Shared screen with speaker view
Erica Lambert, Marietta Middle School
Kaitlin Brown-Rosmemore Middle School in Whitehall, OH
Lynné Steinhaus PBL Coordinator
The recording of this session will be available next week on the SECO website under Teacher Resources - https://scienceeducationofohio1.wildapricot.org/page-18233
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How do you explicitly teach reading graphs in a way that is engaging?
All of them
I believe all of them since some include the visual literacy you just spoke about.
While Ohio may not an NGSS state, All of these practices are very much evident in our Nature of Science component of the Science Model Curriculum - http://education.ohio.gov/getattachment/Topics/Learning-in-Ohio/Science/Ohios-Learning-Standards-and-MC/SciFinalStandardsMC060719.pdf.aspx?lang=en-US
There was another of these faulty graph in the news just a day or two ago showing a smoothly downward sloping graph of Covid cases. Unfortunately all the dates on the x axis were completely mixed up.
I love sentence stems and feel like they are completely appropriate, even for 5th grade! I even give them word banks as we work and talk about things, I want them to have all the tools as they get their thinking down. :)
Thank you Jessica. This has been really great!
Thank you, Jessica! This was great!
Thanks so much
Thank you very much for this presentation. I took 7 pages of notes!!! Also I plan to order the books you recommended. Thanks so much!
Wonderful, useful presentation! Thank-you!
Thank you! Enjoyed the examples and resources.
Thank you :)