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GRADE 5, MODULE 2A: UNIT 1, LESSON 10. SCIENCE TALK . AGENDA. Communicating Like Scientists. Congratulations on all the learning your have done about rainforests. Remember that you have also been focusing on how scientists communicate their findings.

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communicating like scientists
Communicating Like Scientists
  • Congratulations on all the learning your have done about rainforests. Remember that you have also been focusing on how scientists communicate their findings.
  • Today you are going to learn more about how scientists think and discuss, or communicate, their ideas with other scientists by participating in a Science Talk.
  • Now we are going to do what scientists do when they get together.
1 i can ask questions that are relevant to rainforest research
1. “I can ask questions that are relevant to rainforest research.”

What does relevant mean?

What relevant questions have the scientists been asking that we’ve studied so far?

How have these questions

Been relevant to humans?

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A Science Talk is a discussion about a relevant, or “big,” question scientists have.

  • While scientists discuss these big questions with one another, it is important for them to create a set of rules, or norms, that they will all follow so everyone’s ideas can be heard and considered
1 i can share my ideas with my peers during a science talk about rainforests
1. “I can share my ideas with my peers during a Science Talk about rainforests.”

2. “I can use the ideas of my peers in order to help inform my ideas about the rainforests.”

science talk norms anchor chart
Science TalkNorms Anchor Chart
  • Thinking about “I can share my ideas with my peers during a Science Talk about rainforests,” and “I can use the ideas of my peers in order to help inform my ideas about the rainforests…”
  • What can we put on our Science Talk Norms Anchor Chart?
  • What does it look/sound like to use the ideas of my peers to inform my ideas? (Add these ideas to the chart.)
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Science TalkNorms Anchor Chart
  • Which one of the ideas on our Science Talk Norms Anchor Chart will be most useful during a Science Talk with your peers, and why?
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1. “I can gather quotes from informational texts as evidence in order to prepare for a Science Talk about rainforests.”

What are quotes?

science talk note catcher
Science Talk Note Catcher
  • As you receive your note catcher…Please fill in the question…

“Why is biodiversity important?”

science talk

15 min.

Science Talk
  • The “inner” circle will talk with the “outer” circle to find quotes from your articles that answer the questions.
  • The groups will rotate several times so you can talk to different groups and add quotes to your note catcher.
  • Stay on target…

“Why is biodiversity important?”

* How do the diverse species in rainforests depend on one another?

* How is life on Earth dependent upon biodiversity?

1 i can synthesize my ideas about rainforests following the science talk
1. “I can synthesize my ideas about rainforests following the Science Talk.”

* synthesize—put all the ideas together; summarize ideas/thoughts/information

* details—specific parts/ideas; quotes; facts; information

synthesizing information from a science talk1
Synthesizing Information from a Science Talk
  • 1. “What answers to the question did you and your peers discuss?”
  • 2. “What details and quotes, from the informational texts, did you and/or your peers use to support your thinking?”
  • In your journal, write a synthesis statement responding to the big question your discussed during the Science Talk.
  • For this statement you are to write you answer to: “Why is biodiversity important?” using evidence and details from the discussions your just had during the Science Talk. (Use your group members to help you.)
  • A few students will share their synthesis statements.
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Learning target review: 1 of 2. “I can share my ideas with my peers during a Science Talk about rainforests.”

How well did you meet the target?

I've got it!

I'm close.

Huh?

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Learning target review: 2 of 2. “I can use the ideas of my peers inorder to help inform my ideas about the rainforests.”

How well did you meet the target?

I've got it!

I'm close.

Huh?

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How did participating in a Science Talk support me as a learner?

Write on your own.

Share with your neighbor.

Share with the class.

Hand in to your teacher.