Argument-Driven Inquiry in Third-Grade Science is divided into two basic parts:
1. An introduction to the stages of ADI—from question identification, data analysis, and argument development to evaluating and revising ideas.
2. A well-organized series of 14 field-tested investigations designed to be much more authentic for instruction than traditional activities. The investigations cover five disciplinary core ideas: motion and stability, molecules and organisms, heredity, biological evolution, and Earth’s systems. Using the Student Workbook, your class will explore important content and discover scientific practices. They can investigate questions such as these: What types of objects are attracted to a magnet? Why do wolves live in groups? And what was the ecosystem like 49 million years ago in Darmstadt, Germany?
This book is part of NSTA’s best-selling series about ADI in middle school and high school science. Like its predecessors, this collection is designed to be easy to use, with teacher notes, investigation handouts, and checkout questions. The lessons also support the Next Generation Science Standards and the Common Core State Standards for English language arts and mathematics. The book can also help emerging bilingual students meet the English Language Proficiency Standards.
Many of today’s elementary school teachers—like you—want new ways to engage students in scientific practices and help students learn more from classroom activities. Argument-Driven Inquiry in Third-Grade Science does all of this while giving students the chance to practice reading, writing, speaking, and using mathematics in the context of science.
|Type of Product:||NSTA Press Book|
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|Read a sample chapter: Investigation 6 "Life in Groups: Why Do Wolves Live in Groups?"|
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