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Science and Children—November/December 2021

Volume 59, Number 2
In this issue of Science and Children, we explore ways to support science learning and language acquisition for all students. Whether through questioning, assistive technology, scientific modeling, or guided exploration, we will see that students benefit the most when we liven up the talk in the classroom.

Journal Article

The Language of Science

By Elizabeth Barrett-Zahn

Early Childhood Elementary Literacy

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Mapping Vocabulary Onto Student Sense-Making

By Christa Haverly, Batoul Hossein, and Jennifer Richards

Elementary Interdisciplinary Literacy Three-Dimensional Learning

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Touch, Talk, Text

By Sarah J. Carrier, Jill F. Grifenhagen, and Danielle R. Scharen

Elementary Earth & Space Science Literacy Physical Science

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Don’t Force It!

By Jesse Wilcox, Naryah Moore, Sarah Nolting, Courtney Reyna, and Caitlyn Potter

Phenomena Physical Science Physics

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STEM Education Needs STEM Talk

By Frances Nebus Bose, Megan E. Lynch, and Carla Zembal-Saul

Elementary Inclusion Literacy STEM Technology

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The Language of Science

By Bridget Miller, Christie Martin, and Diane Ford

Elementary Literacy Physical Science Teaching Strategies

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Where Does Your Sidewalk End?

By Barbara Ehlers and Benjamin Forsyth

Elementary Instructional Materials Interdisciplinary Literacy

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Immerse Elementary Students in Light Explorations

By Stephen Thompson, Kelley Hill, and Bridget Miller

Literacy Phenomena Physical Science

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Engineering with Kindergarteners

By Rebekah Hammack and Tina Vo

Engineering Literacy

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