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Presenters. Karen Ansberry. Emily Morgan. Authors, Picture-Perfect Science Lessons: Using Children's Books to Guide Inquiry. Using Children’s Books to Guide Inquiry Karen Ansberry and Emily Morgan NSTA Web Seminar December 14, 2005. Reading Strategies. Making Connections Questioning

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Presenters

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Karen Ansberry

Emily Morgan

Authors, Picture-Perfect Science Lessons:

Using Children's Books to Guide Inquiry


Presenters

Using Children’s Books to Guide Inquiry

Karen Ansberry and Emily Morgan

NSTA Web Seminar

December 14, 2005


Reading strategies

Reading Strategies

  • Making Connections

  • Questioning

  • Visualizing

  • Inferring

  • Determining Importance

  • Synthesizing

    Harvey and Goudvis, 2000


Brainstorms from idea to invention

Brainstorms: From Idea to Invention

Lesson ObjectivesConnecting to the Standards

  • Content Standard A: Science as Inquiry

  • Content Standard E: Science and Technology

  • Content Standard F: Science in Personal and Social Perspectives

  • Content Standard G: History and Nature of Science


Draw an inventor

Draw an Inventor

Draw what you think an inventor looks like in the box below:


Picture1

Picture1


Scan1

Scan1


Book cover image

Book Cover Image


Imaginative inventions

Imaginative Inventions

Problem or Need

Solution

Name of Invention

Fried potatoes too thick

Cut fries up super thin

Potato chips

?

?

?


Book image

Book image


Scan2

Scan2


Scan3

scan3


Picture11

picture1


Picture2

picture2


Picture3

picture3


Guiding questions

Guiding Questions

  • What were the trade-offs you were forced to make while designing the drink holder?

  • What were the constraints you dealt with while designing the drink holder?


Scan31

scan3


Picture4

picture4


More books to read

More Books to Read


More books to read1

More Books to Read


More books to read2

More Books to Read


Mistakes that worked

Mistakes That Worked

Question: What was this invention?

a. Tums

b. Coca-Cola

c. Alka-Seltzer

d. Head and Shoulders


Mistakes that worked1

Mistakes That Worked

Question: What was this invention?

a. Play-Doh

b. Bubble Gum

c. Super Ball

d. Silly Putty


Mistakes that worked2

Mistakes That Worked

Question: What was this invention?

a. Hydrocortisone

b. Ibuprofen

c. Aspirin

d. Penicillin


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