Reflection: Pre-Tests Concept Mapping Earth - Section 1: Introduction

 

  Using a Concept Map to Identify Prior Knowledge
  Pre-Tests: Using a Concept Map to Identify Prior Knowledge
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Concept Mapping Earth

Unit 4: Earth Science
Lesson 1 of 18

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate prior knowledge of land and water vocabulary by creating a concept map.

Big Idea: What do my students already know about the interactions of water and land on Earth's surface?

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Science, Social Studies, Earth and Space Science, erosion, fossil record (Evolution), soil chemistry, prior knowledge, assessment, fossils, soil, slopes
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