Mass vs. Weight: Using Concept Cartoons and Evidence-based Argumentation to Help Deepen Student Understanding

Unit 2: Scientific Measuring and Variable Testing
Lesson 6 of 11

Objective: SWBAT: 1) Define and explain the differences between matter, mass and weight

Big Idea: Students must know what they are measuring before learning how to measure it. This lesson utilizes concept cartoons and evidence-based argumentation to develop students' understanding of mass vs. weight.

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Science, mass, concept cartoon, probe, weight
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