That a relatively small piece of writing such as Albert Einstein's three-page paper of relativity could be so important certainly illustrates the significance of writing to science. A science class is not complete unless it helps students learn to think like scientists, and writing is an essential part of such thinking. This chapter enumerates fourteen writing strategies that will encourage critical thinking skills and provide legitimate, purposeful writing practice by promoting solid science learning and review. This sample chapter also includes the Table of Contents, Introduction, and Index.


Type Book ChapterPub Date 10/31/2011Stock # PB311X_4

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