Are your students struggling with writing their claim, evidence, and reasoning scientific explanations? This chemistry CER Practice using four different chemical reaction experiments will help students write scientific explanation summaries and support their claims with evidence and reasoning (CER). Comes with language support, in the form of graphic organizers and sentence frames. Plus a generic rubric to help you grade students' CERs and a self-assessment checklist. This is great for integrating the Common Core into your science class.
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included in this product:
✅ Four different chemical reaction experiments to analyze
✅ Simple one-page background information sheet to explain what a chemical change is
✅ Four different scientific explanation summary templates
✅ Grading rubric
✅ Student Self-assessment checklist
✅ Graphic organizers
✅ Sentence frames for those that need extra support
What teachers like you are saying about these claim evidence reasoning practice activities
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐”Always looking for CER activities that i can just quickly upload”
⭐⭐⭐⭐”My kids really enjoyed this activity. It was great to watch their minds work through it.”
⭐⭐⭐⭐ “My students found this engaging or test prep. Used it as a warm-up. ”
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