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Failure is an Option?

Unit 1: 1) Intro to Science ("Investigations by Design")
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to: use evidence from a non-fiction text in order to write an argument that persuasively develops the claim or counterclaim proposed by the author. Students will be able to: understand that science as a process moves forward, not despite failure, but because of failure.

Big Idea: Scientists, and the process of science itself, are driven by the inevitable mistakes made during inquiry where failure is an option or if failure is something to be avoided.

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Science, Scientific Method (Science Skills), habits of mind, Nature of Science, Science Practices
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