TASK



May 3rd

Learning Intention:
We are learning to utilize the
text structures to assist us in
reading and creating
(interdisciplinary) science and
social studies texts.
We are learning to develop ideas
with our first of the six traits
of writing.


Success Criteria:


I know I am successful when I can
synthesize my knowledge of
adding word choice to text and utilizing
the text structure of cause and effect
by creating an original writing
that uses signal words and answers
the key questions of this category
of writing.
I Can... reflect(transfer, extended, abstract)
on the scientific method after reading the article.


I Can... evaluate questions and analyze
(deep, rational)

the answers.

I Can...apply(deep, rational)
the format of an outline.

I Can...describe(surface, multi-structural)
the knowledge explained by Mark Norell.

I Can...identify(surface, uni-structural)
questions and answers.
Activities & Assessments

TAKE OUT YOUR NOTEBOOK

title it
Science--- Scientific Method
Meet the Ologist-Mark Norell

with the date.


There are 25 questions that will be included in the outline.

Here are the Roman numerals:
I, II, III, IV, V,
VI, VII, VIII, IX, X,
XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV,
XVI, XVII, XVIII, XIX, XX,
XXI, XXII, XXIII, XXIV, XXV


Log into www.readworks.org.

Click on the Article: Meet the Ologist-Mark Norell

Read the question, or you can listen to it.

Then write the question in your notebook with the Roman numeral.

IQ.

Read the answer and paraphrase it into your own words.

Label your answer with the same Roman numeral as the question.

IA.