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Warm-up: Answer each question in your notebooks and give a 1-2 sentence explanation for each. 1. What are the 3 things needed for photosynthesis to occur in plants? A Sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide B Sunlight, water, and glucose C Water, oxygen, and glucose

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Warm-up: Answer each question in your notebooks and give a 1-2 sentence explanation for each 1. What are the 3 things needed for photosynthesis to occur in plants? • A Sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide • B Sunlight, water, and glucose • C Water, oxygen, and glucose • D Oxygen, glucose, and carbon dioxide 2. Each part of a plant has a different function. What is one function of the leaves of a plant? • A Leaves hold the plant in the ground. • B Leaves structure and center the plant. • C Leaves carry water to different parts of the plant. • D Leaves absorb sunlight used by the plant.

Science MSL • Measurement of Student Learning • Given at the end of the year • Two parts • Multiple Choice • Constructed Response Questions (CRQs)

CRQ tips • Be sure to read the entire question thoroughly. • Failing to answer all parts will result in a lower score • You can answer the question three ways • Bulleted list • Written paragraph • Picture/Diagram • Your answer can be a combination of any of the three acceptable formats.

With a partner discuss how you would answer the following prompt in order to earn a score of a 2. All of the parts of a plant have specific functions. Identify the major parts of a flowering plant and give their functions. **When you finish, also discuss how someone could answer the question and result in a score of 0 or 1.

In your notebooks, try the following CRQ example. Flowers use various pollinators in order to reproduce. Give an example of a pollinator and describe how it pollenates a flower. Answer this question using all three of the possible formats

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