The Next Generation Science Standards are coming soon and you need to be ready. There is a Standard for nearly every science discipline that requires students to read and understand an article from a science journal. She has worksheets for high school science courses in order to help them understand how to read a journal article. Thank you Kimberly Onak!

Analyzing a Science Journal Article

The Next Generation Science Standards are coming soon! This set of worksheets helps students read and understand scientific journal articles. Both forms are in one Word file.

This is a general Science Current Event from her Current Event Pack for upper elementary students.

Current Event -Science

This is a general Science Current Event form. Students select an article from your teacher designated sources (websites, magazines, etc.) and complete the current event printable that you have selected.

Free!  In this article, students will read about viruses, the types of viruses that cause the flu, how the immune system detects and remembers viruses, how vaccines like the flu shot work and how the flu shot vaccine is manufactured. This is a great in class activity, homework assignment, weekly science reading assignment, sub plan or in school suspension plan. Use this to save time looking for engaging and appropriate articles with questions!

In this article, students will read about viruses, the types of viruses that cause the flu, how the immune system detects and remembers viruses, how vaccines like the flu shot work and how the flu shot vaccine is manufactured.

Make science great again

Make science great again

"Researcher illegally shares millions of science papers free online to spread knowledge"

The Spectacular World Of Secondary Math: The Effect of Posting Word Walls and Vocabulary at the Secondary Level

The Spectacular World Of Secondary Math: The Effect of Posting Word Walls and Vocabulary at the Secondary Level

In this article, students will read about how a sample of someone's breath can contain compounds released from cancer cells, how sensitive dogs are to scents and how dogs are trained to detect cancer compounds in samples of patients' breath. This is a great in class activity, homework assignment, weekly science reading assignment, sub plan or in school suspension plan.  Use this to save time looking for engaging and appropriate articles with questions!

Science Literacy Reading #5 - Cancer Sniffing Dogs - Science Literacy Sub Plan

A Family & Consumer Sciences teacher would be Julia Roberts non-showbiz career of choice. I'm putting this article up in my classroom :)

I always knew I loved Julia Roberts.a Family & Consumer Sciences teacher would be Julia Roberts non-showbiz career of choice. Thanks Julia!

I gave him a rectangle of property. Each play dough color represents a type of soil or rock. Where should he build a house? Where should he dig a well?

The Play Dough Way to Learn about Core Sampling

I gave him a rectangle of property. Each play dough color represents a type of soil or rock. Where should he build a house? Where should he dig a well? He must use "core sampling" to determine the answers.

Awesome 2nd grade interactive notebook

Interactive science notebooks make Science lessons meaningful! Check out Tracy's article at Creekside Teacher Tales to see how she introduced science notebooks to her graders.

Famous for its role in the search for intelligent aliens, the world’s second-largest radio telescope has NSF approval to keep doing science.

Famous for its role in the search for intelligent aliens, the world’s second-largest radio telescope has NSF approval to keep doing science.

Articles for Biology students to read.  Each article has a worksheet aligned with science literacy common core standards.

Articles for Biology students to read. Each article has a worksheet aligned with science literacy common core standards.

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