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VOCAB NOTEBOOK 1
VOCAB NOTEBOOK 2 Abstract There are many key words to know and apply to the classroom setting when teaching science. Simply including a definition may not be enough for a student to learn the meaning. It is important to use the word in contest, provide visuals and descriptions, as well as, apply the concepts throughout lessons and the classroom room environemnbt. Keywords :
VOCAB NOTEBOOK 3 Vocabulary Notebook Vocabu lary Word Define the word. (Use a scholarly source as a reference). Use the word in a sentence (Include the definition of the word in the sentence). Provide a description, explanation, or illustration of the word. Provide an example of how a teacher would use this concept (word) in science class. Scientifi c literacy “Scientific literacy is the knowledge and understanding of scientific concepts and processes required for personal decision making…” (National Research Council, 1996 ), and participating in life, earth and physical Scientific literacy is a person’s ability to ask, locate, or determine answers to inquiries resulting from interest about everyday experiences, and that a person is (Cambell, 2019) Teacher: To develop- scientific literacy, you need to first to be able to participate in science literary, such as reading, writing, speaking, viewing, and listening to develop your understanding of different science concepts, which will increase your science literacy. This is the ability to identify science issues and from there, ask, seek or answer questions about everyday experiences. To continue building these skills we will use literacy to learn
VOCAB NOTEBOOK 4 science through civic, cultural, and economic efficiency. able to explain or predict natural occurrences using science- based language and reasoning. about standards, as well as, have opportunities to describe, question, and give science-based reasons to things that happen in the world around us. Content standard s “Content Standards descri be the knowledge and skills that students should attain, often called the "what" of "what students should Content standards are clear and defined skills students need to learn by the end of a specific grade for a specific subject area (Cheuk, n.d.). This image shows an Teachers can list standards or objectives on the board or on an “I can” chart with the content standards they are learning. The teacher can hang posters of each content standards explanation around the room to better help
VOCAB NOTEBOOK 5 know and be able to do." They indicate the ways of thinking, working, communicating, reasoning and investigating the important and enduring ideas, concepts, issues, dilemmas and knowledge essential to the discipline”. (Ohio Department of Education, 2015) and domain. example of content standards and how they overlap from different subjects.

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