# Why Is Science Talk Important? Individual Work

## Module #2 Components:

Task #1 - Why is Science Talk Important? Individual Work

Task #2Why is Science Talk Important? Group Reflection and Discussion

Task #3 - What Does Science Talk in the Classroom Look Like? Individual Work

Task #4What Does Science Talk in the Classroom Look Like? Group Reflection and Discussion

Task #5 - How Do We Increase Science Talk? How Do We Show Others? Individual Work

Task #6How Do We Increase Science Talk? How Do We Show Others? Group Reflection and Discussion

Components: Readings, visuals, and survey response to prepare for Task #2
Relevance: Choose between primary, elementary, and secondary options
Preparation:  This individual work portion prepares you to engage in reflective discussion with a small group in Task #2


## Q: How would you like them to engage?

Students' attitude, motivation, and identity grealy impact how, and if, they participate productively in science in the classroom. The impact of these traits on student learning vary greatly K-12.  Research also shows that it is the teacher's framing of the classroom that is essentail for promoting students' feeling of belonging and participation necessary for them to share their ideas and make their thinking public.

## "I belong."

Please click on the resources below that best relate to your practice and interests. As you engage with them, think about how you frame your classroom to promote productive participation for your students, and what is needed to include more students. You will need to use these resources to complete Survey #1 at the end of this task below. Once you have completed that survey, you can proceed to Task #2.

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