9781681402802-1681402807-Reading Nature: Engaging Biology Students With Evidence From the Living World - PB427X

Reading Nature: Engaging Biology Students With Evidence From the Living World - PB427X

ISBN-13: 9781681402802
ISBN-10: 1681402807
Author: Matthew Kloser, Sophia Grathwol
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: National Science Teachers Association - NSTA Press
Format: Paperback 195 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781681402802
ISBN-10: 1681402807
Author: Matthew Kloser, Sophia Grathwol
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: National Science Teachers Association - NSTA Press
Format: Paperback 195 pages

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Acknowledged authors Matthew Kloser, Sophia Grathwol wrote Reading Nature: Engaging Biology Students With Evidence From the Living World - PB427X comprising 195 pages back in 2018. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1681402807 and 9781681402802. Since then Reading Nature: Engaging Biology Students With Evidence From the Living World - PB427X textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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New in 2018! By making room for this book in your curriculum, you ll have a fresh way to motivate your students to look at the living world and ask not only Why? but also How do we know? Unique in both its structure and approach, Reading Nature is a supplemental resource that provides a window into science ideas and practices. You ll find the book useful because it Draws on carefully selected peer-reviewed articles so that students have an opportunity for text-based inquiry into scientific investigations. Each of these evidence-based texts ties into one of five disciplinary core ideas in the Next Generation Science Standards from molecules to organisms, ecosystems, heredity, biological evolution, and human impacts on Earth systems. Is organized to make the source material easy for students to grasp and for you to teach. Within each of the book s five chapters, the authors have framed section headings as questions; highlighted the roles of people in the narrative; offered context and relevant data for the investigations; and provided supplementary teacher questions and prompts. Can be adapted to your needs as an active tool for inquiry. You may use the various texts in the book to introduce a unit or an investigation or to pull ideas together before a summative assessment. The texts are also useful as extensions of existing ideas. Unlike traditional textbooks, Reading Nature makes it clear that biology is much more than dry facts and complicated vocabulary. It can help you prompt students to think deeply about the endeavor of science as it truly is full of ingenious experiments, frustrating dead ends, and incredible finds that contribute to our understanding of the amazing phenomena of living things.

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