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C.E.R: Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning

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Steve Henning

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Transcript of C.E.R: Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning

C.E.R: Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning
Claim: an arguable statement
The claim is what you know, what you think is true, something that you will (later) back up with evidence and facts.
A C.E.R includes a....
Claim: that answers the question



Evidence: from students' data



Reasoning: that involves a "rule" or scientific principle that describes why the evidence supports the claim
Evidence: supporting your claim
The Evidence is the real proof you use to support your claim.
Ex: Air is matter.
Ex: The more air you pump into a ball the heavier it weighs. Proven by (insert data here from actual testings).
Reasoning: how the evidence supports the claim
The Reasoning is a short explanation of how the claim and the evidence work together.
Ex: This shows that air has weight, one of the characteristics of matter.
Example of C.E.R:
An Example of C.E.R. through the Scientific method: (Monty Python and the Holy Grail)
(look for Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning)
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