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Developed by Nicolle von der Heyde for an after school program.

SciJourn aft school milestones

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TEACHER GUIDE – status of class

This teacher guide facilitates the tracking of student progress through the use of a status board.

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Download “The Inverted Triangle” PowerPoint here.

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A Student Guide to . . .
Peer – Editing

So, the assignment is to read someone else’s article and peer-edit. Responding to the writing of a classmate is far more than merely saying “this is really good”.
The ideas listed here are ways for you to actually assist a classmate with their writing, even if you feel unqualified to do so. (You can also use this guide to assess your own writing!)

Student Guide – Peer Editing

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A Student Guide to . . .
ATTRIBUTIONS

Every piece of information included in your article comes from a source that must be identified – in other words, all information must be ATTRIBUTED.
The reader must be told where the information was found.
This includes facts and descriptions of people and organizations.
(The only exception is when information is commonly known by your audience.)

Student Guide – Attributions

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A Student Guide to
Writing a Science Journalism Article

 

STUDENT GUIDE – Writing a Science Article

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