Language use in the NGSS classroom
Dear Oregon science teachers,

Thanks for participating in our informal, anonymous poll! Through these polls we're hoping to reflect the current state of science teaching and learning in Oregon. Look for the results in a future issue of TOST.

Note: We're defining "content-specific language" as the language used during science instruction that would not be used in other content areas. Examples include: scientific vocabulary and ways of communicating in science (such as using a passive voice, or the ability to understand and create scientific charts and graphs).

What grade level do you work with? Choose all that apply: *
Has NGSS-aligned teaching and learning changed your understanding of how students use language in the science classroom? *
If so, briefly describe how:
Your answer
How would you characterize your student population? *
All of my students
Most of my students
Some of my students
None of my students
English learners
Content-specific language learners
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