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Transcript of Claim-Evidence-Reasoning
Statements that answer your original question.
All the scientific data that supports the claim.
Try to identify the claim, evidence, and reasoning on your worksheet.
Curiosity Mars Rover
Let's watch a video.
Show Your Evidence Sentence Starters:
According to the text...
On page ______, it said...
The author wrote...
From the reading, I know that...
Based on what I read...
The graphic showed...
"Uncertainty" words: usually, generally, suggests, indicates
Sequencing words: first, second, third
What are these scientists curious about - what do they want to know?
What data will the rover collect?
How will this data help scientists answer - make claims about - their questions?
What was the girl's claim?
What was her evidence?
What was her reasoning?
The claim must be accurate, specific, and answer the question.
It should NOT start with yes or no.
It should describe the relationship between the variables.
It is usually one sentence long.
It can come from a variety of sources such as: textbook, reading selections, videos, lab investigations, class notes, etc.
It should include both qualitative and quantitative data.
It is important to have numerous pieces of evidence in order to prove your claim.
Ties together the claim and the evidence.
The explanation that connects your claim to the evidence that supports it or why you think your claim (answer to the question) is correct.
It shows WHY the data you chose counts as evidence.
It shows a DETAILED understanding of the scientific principles involved and uses correct science vocabulary.
It is usually several sentences in length.