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Identifying Steps of Judging the Relevance and Worth of Ideas

Quiz by Icy Green Lago

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  • Q1
    Kevin will be writing the results of his investigative project for his Science class. He looked up for the proper scientific expressions and terms to suit his purpose.
    Examining Language
  • Q2
    Mildred reads the whole article on the symptoms of the new strain of the Coronavirus thoroughly and highlights the important details.
    Noting Information
  • Q3
    Joshua compiles all the data and pieces of evidence he researched for Biology into one document.
    Gathering Evidence
  • Q4
    Mrs. Drilon reads the submitted observation papers on laboratory experiments of some of her students and at times even directly asks them questions to clarify the ideas they want to express.
    Checking for Clarity
  • Q5
    Alex refers to multiple online sources to confirm the authenticity of the information he researched for his action research in Physics.
    Validating the Source

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