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Unit 2.2 Shifting Sands

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Area: Earth Events & Diversity

This Second Grade unit is the SECOND in the curriculum of three (3) units developed to address the Second Grade science standards of the Michigan Science Standards related to Earth Events and Diversity.

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Learning Targets: 
Explain using the C-E-R (substitute R with question) biodiversity. Model changes and/or patterns in earth’s surface.
Find and use at least 3 sources to provide evidence supporting a claim. Collaborate on designing a solution to a problem
Compare multiple solutions to a problem and critique those solutions
Engage in discourse
Collaboratively plan an investigation to collect and analyze data to provide evidence to support a claim.
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Phenomenal-Science
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Licensing: 
Creative Commons Licence
Grade: 
Next Generation and Michigan Science