Where Do Pollutants Go: Creating Flow Maps for Cause and Effect Relationships

Unit 5: ELA Through Environmental Science
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: SWBAT take notes on a science reading using a flow map to show cause and effect.

Big Idea: Notes can be taken in many forms. This lesson shows students that sometimes a flow map is more effective than listing ideas.

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English / Language Arts, Comprehension (Reading), 4th grade, cause and effect, notetaking, flow map, diagramming, diagram, environment
  25 minutes
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