CSET in science a constructed response strategy

Science mainly focuses on two phases: expository and persuasive. What we're talking about here is the idea that talking about academic discourse helps us sort through our thoughts and helps us make sense of what we're thinking. This idea is called oral rehearsal. In this week's lecture, the teacher talked about the importance of listening and speaking clearly to one another. This is also why talking about academic discourse helps us sort through our thoughts before writing down our ideas on paper. The CSET framework starts with a claim, and then we go through all the evidence related to that claim. We then tie all of that together to tie up with a conclusion. After that, we practiced with some statements to prove our answers to that we might use claims evidence and reasoning.

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