Predict, observe, explain is a perfect method to use when using demonstrations, videos or simulations with your students to keep them engaged throughout a science lesson as they spark curiosity. This resource can be used for online learning or in person! Students follow along with the teacher as they make predictions (hypotheses) about what they expect to happen, make observations and then explain the phenomena. This can be used as a opener to a new concept or lesson, an exit ticket or for a science interactive notebooks (digital or print) activity!
2 templates are included: 1 template is used for virtual learning and 1 template is a generic template that can be printed for classroom use.
Included within the template:
⭐ Predict: students discuss predictions about what will occur.
⭐ Observe: students discuss what they observe throughout a demonstration, video or simulation
⭐ Explain: students will explain what occurred.
Please note that this resource is not editable. A PDF version is included that contains links to the Google Slides versions.