Reflection: Pacing Creating the Science Journal - Section 5: Evaluate


I really like using this type of discussion with my kids to see if they are understanding where we are with the process of journals.  It allows all the children to have a voice and share their thoughts and ideas, as well as, allows me the chance to walk the classroom and hear their thoughts.  

It went well with the group, and I noticed that my ELL students all feel safe enough to share within their groups and that is a great sign that the culture of my classroom is inviting and safe enough that they are participating. 

  Evaluating the Process
  Pacing: Evaluating the Process
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Creating the Science Journal

Unit 1: Inquiry in Science
Lesson 3 of 14

Objective: SWBAT set up and organize a working science journal.

Big Idea: Creating a living document that will share a year's worth of learning takes time.

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