Intro to Science & Investigations

Understanding the nature of science is pivotal before discussing any specific science content. Below we have resources designed to introduce students to science by using examples that students actually have pondered. What is Science? provides a general overview of the purpose of scientific investigation and we offer another Argument Driven Inquiry lab that would typically run over the course of 2-3 class periods to help reinforce the targets introduced in What is Science?

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This 17 slide PPT is designed to be a precursor or follow up summary of our What Is Science? video

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This guided note handout is designed to be used alongside the What is Science? PPT and Video to assist diverse learners or an entire class with notetaking.

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This 33 slide PPT is filled with animations, diagrams, and images to reference as Part 1 of an introductory three day ADI activity

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This 30 slide PPT is filled with animations, diagrams, and images to reference as Part 1 of an introductory three day ADI activity

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This 14 slide PPT is filled with animations, diagrams, and images to reference as Part 1 of an introductory three day ADI activity

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This rubric outlines what students should have in their ADI lab reports. It also defines the components and it is suggested that students keep a copy for reference in future investigations throughout the year

ADI POSTER RUBRIC

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This rubric outlines what students should have on their ADI posters. It also defines the components and it is suggested that students keep a copy for reference in future investigations throughout the year

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This rubric outlines what students should have on their ADI posters. It also defines the components and it is suggested that students keep a copy for reference in future investigations throughout the year