2nd Grade Science(9 Units, 82 Lessons)
Big Idea: It is all in the way you approach it. Understanding the world of inquiry and carefully scaffolding lessons to build upon learning to guide students through the process of investigation.
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Big Idea: The understanding that science ideas, concepts, creations and learning's can have a severe impact not only on individuals, but the world, is explored.
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Big Idea: How do you determine which came first, the chicken or the egg? How would a scientist go about investigating this question? There are many different methods. Here is one way to consider.
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Big Idea: Learning to make observations using the senses can be easy if you know how to use your sense appropriately.
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Big Idea: What to do with the new information scientists gain is important. Learning to classify and categorize is a natural inclination for children.
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Big Idea: All good questions begin with why? Leading to "I wonder if...?" Predictions help children to think about how to create guiding questions to their explorations.
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Big Idea: Looking at the world and seeing the patterns all around can help to understand questions that guide learning about that world.
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Big Idea: Learning to document what a scientists views is important to the process of recording data. Diagrams are another element to the recording process.
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