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Scientific Explanation CER | Claim, Evidence, Reasoning | with rubric

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Help students write scientific explanation summaries and support their claims with evidence and reasoning (CER). This is great for integrating the Common Core into your science class.

 

Common Core in the science classroom is all about supporting your ideas with evidence. This is a simple graphic organizer based on the Claims, Evidence, Reasoning model. It is meant to help organize students’ thoughts, data, ideas, and evidence to improve their answering of a question. It is designed to be used in science classes but can be used in all content areas.

 

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included in this product:

✎ Blank scientific explanation summary template

✎ Grading rubric

✎ Graphic organizers

✎ Sentence frames for those that need extra support

 

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