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Communicating Chemistry by Sonya Grayson

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Communicating Chemistry follows chemist Michael Grass as he prepares to present his investigation to the scientific community. Grass studies ways of creating nanoparticles—tiny shapes made of groups of atoms—used to make chemical reactions happen more quickly. Communicating Chemistry describes how Grass creates a poster and prepares for a scientific conference, highlighting why conferences are important for scientists. Students may use the included tips for presenting posters as they prepare for their own classroom scientific conference. This book models the process of communicating the results of an investigation.

Grade: 4-5 Guided Reading Level: S Lexile: 800
Text Features: bold print, bulleted lists, captions, glossary, headings, illustrations, photographs, table of contents.
Part of the Seeds of Science, Roots of Reading elementary school science/literacy curriculum published by the University of California, Berkeley Lawrence Hall of Science and School Specialty Science and distributed by Amplify Learning.


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