CCSS-ELA in Content. Wendy Whitmer Regional Science Coordinator NEWESD 101 February 2014. Goals. Share effective strategies for writing in content areas.
Regional Science Coordinator NEWESD 101
Cover or Title Page
Give your notebook a title.
This should give the reader an idea of what this notebook will be about.
Use the first1-2 pages for the Table of Contents…
DATE ACTIVITY PAGE #
Focus Question: What types of writing or entries could be included in a content notebook done by my students?
When you have finished your response, draw a
line of learning!
Find the other people in the room with the same notebook page as yourself.
Return to your table teams.
Share with your teams your picture.
Example: February 4, 2014
Example: Moon Study
Establishes purpose for learning
Example: What causes the moon to look different during different times of the month?
Purpose: To measure prior knowledge
A Accurate labels
From FOSS Variable Module Gr. 5-6
Why is this evidence?
Task: How does the information in the reading relate to the instructional model we used?
What do you know about energy?
In your notebook!
4-PS3-2: Make observations to provide evidence that energy can be transferred from place to place by sound, light, heat, and electric currents.
Tone Generator Motor
Betsy Rupp Fulwiler
Rupp Fulwiler, Betsy. 2007.
Writing in Science.
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Re-read the procedure for an energy station