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Ice Breaker:. Ice Breaker: Why doesn\'t Tarzan have a beard?. Ice Breaker: Why don’t animals need haircuts?. Ice Breaker: Why are there so few plant or animal based foods that are the color blue?. Pendulum Investigation. Where do we see pendulums?.

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Ice Breaker:

Why doesn\'t Tarzan have a beard?

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Ice Breaker:

Why are there so few plant or animal based foods that are the color blue?

focus question how does argumentation help us make meaning of the phenomenon we re investigating

Focus Question:How does argumentation help us make meaning of the phenomenon we’re investigating?

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Which variable has greatest impact on the number of swings a pendulum makes

  • Variables:
    • Weight
    • Release angle
    • String length
argument posters
Argument Posters
  • Why does string length affect the number of swings more than other variables?
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Argument Posters
  • String length affects the number of
  • swings a pendulum makes because…
  • Observations
  • Data
  • Evidence
round robin presentations
Round-robin presentations
  • PRESENTER: Use argument cards to present your evidence
  • LISTENER: Use argument cards to challenge the presenter
how does argumentation help us make meaning of what we re investigating
How does argumentation help us make meaning of what we’re investigating?
  • What arguments did you hear?
  • How did those arguments alter your own thinking?
  • What did you get from the argument that you didn’t get from the investigation?
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SPOT: Engaging in Argument From Evidence
  • FOSS tie-in:
      • Balance in Motion (2)
      • Matter & Energy (3)
      • Electricity & Magnetism (4)
      • Any highly controlled FOSS investigation
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SPOT: Engaging in Argument From Evidence
  • Focus on meaning-making based on data collected
    • Pre-made materials
    • Argument posters about why, not how
    • Round-robin presentation structure
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SPOT: Engaging in Argument From Evidence
  • Differences between this PD and last PD:
    • Access to same evidence
    • Evidence collected during lesson
    • Instructor gave a “right” answer
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Planning time!How can argumentation help your students make meaning of a phenomenon you’re investigating soon in your classrooms?

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