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Everyday science mysteries : stories for inquiry-based science teaching

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Konicek-Moran (U. of Massachusetts, Amherst) uses 16 mystery stories to show how to illustrate science concepts for students in grades K-8 in a way that includes group discussion and hands-on thinking. After discussing the theory behind the concept and the connection between science, inquiry, and language literacy, he presents stories relating to ideas in earth and space, biological, and physical sciences, each a mystery without the final chapter so that students are the solvers. Stories are accompanied by information about purpose, related concepts (including those connected to standards), content background, possible solution ideas, and use with different grade levels. Annotation c2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Konicek-Moran (U. of Massachusetts, Amherst) uses 16 mystery stories to show how to illustrate science concepts for students in grades K-8 in a way that includes group discussion and hands-on thinking. After discussing the theory behind the concept and the connection between science, inquiry, and language literacy, he presents stories relating to ideas in earth and space, biological, and physical sciences, each a mystery without the final chapter so that students are the solvers. Stories are accompanied by information about purpose, related concepts (including those connected to standards), content background, possible solution ideas, and use with different grade levels. Annotation c2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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