Flipping for Scientific Processes (Day 2)

Unit 1: Problem Solving
Lesson 2 of 16

Objective: SWBAT identify six scientific processes and the steps of the scientific method while learning how to use Cornell notes in a flipped classroom setting.

Big Idea: This lesson continues to lay a foundation of science terminology and the technology skills necessary for a flipped classroom.

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