Developing Questions to Drive Investigations

Unit 3: Structures of Life: Crayfish
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to construct questions about crayfish behavior in order to guide their investigations.

Big Idea: Students naturally want to observe and investigate the crayfish. However, organizing this excitement will help promote scientific thinking and communicating.

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Science, questioning strategy, stimuli, writing across the curriculum, developing invstigations, behaviors
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crayfish behavior
 
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