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Freedom of Choice PowerPoint - Developing Scientific Lines of Questioning

PowerPoint | 12 pages|Grades: 2 - Lower - 2 - Upper

A teaching presentation discussing the development of scientific lines of questioning.

This Teaching Presentation introduces the students to the development of scientific lines of questioning.

Use this teaching resource when investigating the scientific method in science lessons.

This presentation covers the following topics:

  • look at the world
  • interpret and infer
  • question time
  • do the research

A class activity scaffolding investigation and independent activity have been included at the end of the presentation.

Use this in conjunction with the Initiating a Scientific Investigation Worksheet resource.

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