Reflection: Lesson Planning Argumentation Skills - Section 1: Bell Ringer-General Argument Writing


Incorporating video in the lesson can be powerful and enhance the learning experience. Any video used in the lesson should be short, content focused, and specific to the lesson. When using a video, keep in mind the outcome or goal.

What do you want students to take away from the video?

There are several important reason to use a video in the classroom. 

  • A video provides a positive, visual experience for all learners.
  • A video may show a concept that can't be done in class.
  • A video can engage students in the concepts.
  • A video creates conversation and brings the lesson to life.

  Using Video In The Classroom
  Lesson Planning: Using Video In The Classroom
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Argumentation Skills

Unit 3: Pond Study: Preparing for the Science Fair
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT create and develop a position based on evidence and reasoning.

Big Idea: Reasoning and argument are essential skills in science. Students will use evidence (data) to create a claim that supports their argument for this problem-based learning experience.

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Science, reasoning, evidence, argument, claim, Problem Based Learning, Pond Study, argumentation skills, science fair
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