Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Sharing My Findings - Section 4: Elaborate



Kindergarteners have challenges when they are not accustom to speaking while someone listens. In some homes, adults to do not talk to children beyond giving commands.  This is a challenge for these students when they are asked to share their thinking or opinions.  It is also difficult when they are being recorded.  As time progresses, they become better speakers.



  Teaching Students to Share
  Discourse and Questioning: Teaching Students to Share
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Sharing My Findings

Unit 1: What is science?
Lesson 5 of 8

Objective: Students will learn to share scientific information like a scientist through: oral presentations, charts, pictograph or bar graphs, labeled diagrams, drawings, or age-appropriate writing.

Big Idea: Scientists share their ideas and discoveries with others.

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