Reflection: Journaling The Power of Observation Sharing - Section 5: Wrap- Up


It's kind of ironic, but as I am writing this my son is watching the Discovery channel.  There is a show on about scientists who go to extreme places to gather data.  At the beginning, the star of the show says he thinks his mission in the world is to gather data from these extreme places, and then share it with the rest of the world.  There's our proof, sharing is really what scientists do!

  Real Proof!
  Journaling: Real Proof!
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The Power of Observation Sharing

Unit 1: Igniting Science Inquiry
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT communicate their written ideas to the class.

Big Idea: Scientists work hard to collect their data. But the most important part of the investigation is sharing and communicating their ideas!

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