WHEN YOU'VE SEEN ONE CELL, YOU'VE SEEN THEM ALL . OR HAVE YOU?
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Students engage in a lesson that has scientifically oriented questions. They gather evidence and answer the questions according to conclusions drawn from data. Students connect their conclusions to known scientific knowledge.
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