Write like a Scientist--great examples of anchor charts for informational writing! Internet Site, Website, Teaching Science, Web Site, Anchor Charts, Science Journals, Science Notebooks, Scientist Anchors Charts, Science Writing
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SCIENCE Vocabulary and Graphic Organizers - Student Aid: Provide students with information that is large and always present. The more times that a student is shown information, the more likely the retention. Students can see posters like this everyday and learn from them without even realizing it. Daydreamers learn while not even noticing :) (Grades K - 12) Found on Pinterest.
What is a scientist - I wish my anchor charts looked like this! If only we had time for science...this chart is awesome.
Anchor chart: write like a scientist. Great for use in writing as well as science, especially with the new CCSS!
Used this almost every year with my science classes. Have students draw their vision of what a scientist looks like and the work that they do. Good jumping point for a discussion on stereotypes in science! We don't all look like Einstein... ;-)
After a class discuss on what a scientist is and their jobs you can have the students get into groups and fill out this form of what a scientist can do, what they are, and what they need to make sure the students understand what a scientist does.
I use this in my classroom, but I definitely need to start calling Voice Level 1 "spy talk". It's MUCH cooler than whispering! (If anyone has never heard of this before, I HIGHLY recommend it! It took a couple of weeks for my kids to get the hang of it, but now they ask me what voice level they are allowed to be at for certain activities. It's AMAZING!)