Main Idea Lesson 1: Vibration and Sound (Science

Main Idea Lesson 1: Vibration and Sound (Science

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41 Main Idea Lesson 1: Vibration and Sound (Science) Reading Difficulty: Low Guided Reading Boxes: 6 Students will need two copies of the Main Idea graphic organizer in order to complete this lesson. (Completed graphic organizers for this lesson can be found on page 46 and 47.) Standards Addressed: English /Language Arts Focus: 3.2.2• – Ask questions and support answers by connecting prior knowledge with literal information from the text.
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  • vibrate discover sound
  • electric violin
  • vibrations
  • sound waves
  • sound
  • main idea
  • scientific investigations
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