STEM Current Events Analysis Activity
Are you searching for an engaging way to get your child reading about science current events? Look no farther! Science literacy is easy with this any time, low prep STEM current events student choice activity. Improve engagement, critical analysis and reading skills through interest based science topics.
What’s Included in this STEM Current Events Analysis Activity?
★ Clear and easy to follow student sheet with a fillable 5Ws table & links.
★ Optional “What’s Next” extension activity.
★ Instructor directions.
★ Science Literacy
★ Science Current Events
★ Guided Reading Practice
With this editable and printable worksheet, students practice reading and analyzing current events. This process helps students gain an appreciation and passion for science. This product is set up to be used with the free student news website- Newsela, but can be used with other sites as well. Newsela is a quality online resource with thousands of science articles. On Newsela, you can easily differentiate based on lexile reading levels. Use the text to voice capability for your struggling readers.
This activity comes with a fillable 5Ws table (What, Who, What, When & Why). It can be easily assigned digitally or on paper.
This assignment is aligned with Homeschool Learning Targets, Common Core ELA standards and the Next Generation Science Standards.
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- Laurel D. What a great resource. I was able to modify it to fit my curriculum easily. I will be using this weekly, as our school goal is to improve reading across the curriculum. I look forward to more resources from this author. Thanks!
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