Download a free Scientific Explanations (Claim, Evidence, Reasoning) poster, suitable for printing for your classroom. If You Only Concentrate on One New Strategy, Make it CER Every science teacher understands the value of students being able to explain phenomena, not simply to define vocabulary words or to answer questions that require them to show what they have memorized. But teaching students to construct explanations is challenging. IQWST makes the process easier by supporting t...

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Claim Evidence and Reason Lesson

Claim Evidence and Reason Lesson [ "Claim Evidence and Reason Lesson [ \"Slip or Trip- For Claim, Evidence, Warrant\", \"Make Grade 8 ELA fun like NEA Master

"claims of fact assert that a condition has existed, exist or will exist and that their support consists of factual information" (170).

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Claim Evidence Reasoning Sentence Stems

INSTRUCTION/ASSESSMENT- This anchor chart on sentence starters is a good thing for students to refer back to when they are writing to make their writing more powerful.

Updated claim, evidence and reasoning. Definitions from science are printed. My notes about language arts are hand written.

Updated claim, evidence and reasoning. Definitions from science are printed. My notes about language arts are hand written. [ "Updated claim, evidence and

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Tired of getting lackluster responses in science?  Feeling down about your students' conclusions?!? Help them write meaningful responses and strong scientific arguments with this tool!   This interactive presentation and student notes will guide your students through the 3 parts of a scientific argument - Claims, Evidence, and Reasoning.

Tired of getting lackluster responses in science? Feeling down about your students' conclusions? Help them write meaningful responses and strong scientific

Perfect anchor chart when introducing the claim, evidence, reasoning framework for writing a scientific explanation!   Print it out and enlarge it or minimize it for use in their interactive science notebooks!

Claim, Evidence, Reasoning Anchor Chart

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