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Physical Sciences for NGSS

Classroom Guide

NPS1-CG
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Suitability NGSS Physical Sciences (grade 9-12); General Physics (grade 9-12)
Edition 1st Edition (2020)
Format PDF Download

Product Description

This FREE ancillary product for teachers provides answers to FAQs including:

  • Features of both the student book and Teacher's Edition explained, with special reference to how it fully integrates the three dimensions of the NGSS Framework.
  • Full mapping of the 3 dimensions of NGSS and CCSS.
  • Teaching strategies using the BIOZONE solution, including:
    • Scaffolded learning using the 5Es instructional model as the basis for the sequencing of activities
    • Using collaborative learning in a differentiated classroom
    • Strategies for ELD/ELA
    • Extending gifted and talented students
    • Promoting inquiry using practical investigations
    • Assigning activities for homework/self study
    • Formative and summative assessment, including specifically identified performance expectations
    • Addressing CCSS for math and literacy
    • Using BIOZONE's Resource Hub
    • Ancillary products to support teaching and learning
    • Strategies for pacing and lesson planning

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This product is FREE to teachers/schools purchasing the Physical Sciences for NGSS Student Edition. 

Erratum

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These errata apply only to all versions of the Physical Sciences books.

Activity 2: Systems and System Models (Page 4)
Under the "Types of Model" heading, the text should read:
Visual models can include drawings, schematics, and three dimensional models. These can be made out of materials such as clay and ice-cream sticks, such as this model of a water molecule (below).
In the mathematical model, the caption should indicate "as shown right".

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