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Author Sampson, Victor, 1974-
Title Argument-driven inquiry in third-grade science : three-dimensional investigations / Victor Sampson and Ashley Murphy.
Imprint Arlington, Virginia : NSTA Press, National Science Teachers Association, [2019]

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Author Sampson, Victor, 1974-
Subject Science -- Methodology -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Science -- Experiments.
Inquiry-based learning.
Alt Name Murphy, Ashley, 1988-
Description 1 online resource
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Summary "This book not only describes how argument-driven inquiry (ADI) works and why it is important, but also provides 14 investigations that can be used in the classroom to help students reach the performance expectations found in the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS Lead States 2013; henceforth referred to as the NGSS) for 3rd grade . The fourteen investigations described in this book will also enable students to develop the disciplinary-based literacy skills outlined in the Common Core State Standards for English language arts (NGAC and CCSSO 2010) because ADI gives students an opportunity to give presentations to their peers, respond to audience questions and critiques, and then write, evaluate, and revise reports as part of each investigation. In addition, these investigations will help students learn many of the mathematical ideas and practices outlined in the Common Core State Standards for mathematics (NGAC and CCSSO 2010) because ADI gives students an opportunity to use mathematics to collect, analyze, and interpret data. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, ADI can help emerging bilingual students meet the English Language Proficiency Standards (CCSSO 2010 2014) because it provides a language-rich context where children can use receptive and productive language to communicate and to negotiate meaning with others. Teachers can therefore use these investigations to align how and what they teach with current recommendations for improving science education"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The instructional model: argument-driven inquiry -- Motion and stability: forces and interactions -- From molecules to organisms: structures and process -- Heredity: inheritance and variation of traits -- Biological evolution: unity and diversity -- Earth's systems.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on August 09, 2019).
ISBN 9781681405186 (electronic book)
1681405180 (electronic book)
OCLC # 1057732491
Additional Format Print version: Sampson, Victor, 1974- Argument-driven inquiry in third-grade science. Arlington, VA : National Science Teachers Association, [2019] 9781681405179 (DLC) 2018041212.

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