One of the three keys to teaching science is to keep a record. But what does writing in science look like? In episode 12 of the Tips for Teaching Science at Home Show, I am sharing the first part of a two-part series on tips for writing in science. This episode will look at the elementary years.
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During the early years, I believe that writing in science goes through three stages – oral, transition, and composition.
Stage 1 – Oral
Stage 2 – Transition
Stage 3 – Composition
The main thing you are looking for is consistent progress year after year.
Don’t miss the following book to gain a broad picture of the progression of writing skills:
Here are several articles to read about writing in science:
Which one is better - the traditional way of teaching science or classical science? Click "Read More" to listen to this episode for the answer.
What should rhetoric stage science look like? Click "Read More" to listen to (or watch) this episode from the Tips for Homeschool Science Show to hear the answers.
What should logic stage science look like? Click "Read More" to listen (or watch) this episode from the Tips for Homeschool Science Show to hear the answers.