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Types of Phenomena Anchor Chart

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By completing this form, you’ll receive a Type of Phenomena Anchor Chart download that compares and contrasts the relationships and differences between the two types of phenomena you'll want learners engaging in with examples.

Curious to explore the differences between anchor and investigative phenomena?

 This free Types of Phenomena Anchor Chart will effectively illustrate the relationships and differences between the frequently encountered anchor and investigative phenomena in science classrooms.

Utilizing this anchor chart routinely will help students to begin to understand that anchor phenomena are the overarching focus of a unit and investigative phenomena are what they observe and wonder about as a result of investigating anchor phenomena.

Read more to learn how to unpack complex phenomena and develop personal connections in your classroom.

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