Reflection: Pacing Testable Questions and Investigations - Section 4: Wrap Up


Overall, this was a great lesson. The students really enjoyed identifying testable questions. In the future, I will plan for additional time to observe the chalk. I had to leave the chalk in the containers for an additional day to allow the changes to be observed and recorded. The chalk began to dissolve after the additional time was given and the students were excited to see and feel the chalk at this time.

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Testable Questions and Investigations

Unit 6: Changes to Physical Properties
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Objective: Students will be able to ask testable questions and investigate possible answers regarding what happens to objects or materials when various processes are applied.

Big Idea: Students will be able to create testable questions and investigate to seek answers when various processes are applied. This particular lesson, involves making changes to chalk to observe the changes in properties.

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Science, phsical properties, observable properties
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