We have looked at what living books are, how to choose one, and what it looks like to use living books for science with our younger students. In this episode, we are going to wrap up the "Inspiring your students to love science through living books" session with a chat about what it looks like to use living books for science during the middle school years.
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Basically, when you use living books for science with middle school students, you will:
Goals for elementary science education are relatively simple.
When you are teaching science to middle school students, you want to include the following:
A Sample Week for Middle School Students
Middle school students are full of unorganized information from the elementary years. (Pin this Tidbit)
When you read living books with the older crowd your main focus is to feed them with important facts in a memorable way. (Pin this Tidbit)
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Welcome to the fourth and final stop on our roadmap to teaching science – the high school years! Click "Read More" to listen in as we chat about your goals for science during these years.
At this point in our journey down the roadmap for science, we know our goals for middle school science and the tools we can use, but what does it actually look like? Click "Read More" to listen to a few different scenarios.