Adapting Journal Articles for High School Students Part 3: How to write your own adaptation! This blog entry describes several ways to adapt a scientific journal article for high school students to read and analyze.
High School Science With Mrs. Lau: Adapting Articles Part 3: Writing Thoughtful Questions A blog entry about how to write thought provoking questions to help students analyze scientific journal article adaptations (or any other scientific study)!
Adapting Journal Articles for High School Students Part 1: Finding Articles to Adapt! This blog entry contains information on Open Access Articles and has links to several open access journal sites that teachers can use to search for useful articles.
The Curious Case of Carbon (physical science). This is a multidisciplinary unit in which students become part of a scientific team which has discovered an element never before seen on Earth. As a culminating task, students work with their team to create a PowerPoint describing their element, create a snack representing their element, and create a scientific journal article about their element. Findings are reported in a class wide Scientific Convention. Great unit for middle school 6,7,8!
The Next Generation Science Standards are coming soon and you need to be ready. There is a Standard for nearly every science discipline that requires students to read and understand an article from a science journal. She has worksheets for high school science courses in order to help them understand how to read a journal article. Thank you Kimberly Onak!
European Scientific Journal This is a pretty classic example with all the important bits, journal volume and issue, plus option to download the full PDF, as well as permanent navigation panel on the top of the screen. No images though... Boring but not a bad example of a layout we could develop to suit our style