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Supplemental Materials (pdf)
I am Water, by Jean Marzollo; ISBN 0-590-26587-3
A Drop of Water, by Walter Wick; ISBN 0-590-22197-3
Water, Water Everywhere, by Joan Wade Cole and Karen K. Welch; ISBN 0-8332-1126-9
Water Dance, by Thomas Locker; ISBN 0-15-201284-2
Background For Teachers:
Intended Learning Outcomes:
Head M.H. , Readence J.E. (1986). Anticipation guides: meaning through prediction. In E.K. Dishner, T.W. Bean, J.E. Readence and D.W. Moore, (Eds.) Reading in the Content Areas.
Anticipation guides are used before and after reading in a context area or conducting an investigation. Inquiry connections using this technique include the application of new knowledge, citing evidence for decisions, and allowing students to debunk their own misconceptions and assess their own language.
Akerson, V.L., Hanusein, D.L. (2005) A collaborative endeavor to teach the nature of scientific inquiry, there’s more to science than meets the “I”. Exemplary Science: Best Practices in Professional Development. 1-10.
The authors found that when teachers were taught how to adapt curricula to emphasize inquiry and the nature of science, they were able to confront and change their own ideas of how science should be taught. They were better able to develop strategies for teaching science as inquiry while emphasizing the nature of science to their own students.
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