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S7CS9. Students will investigate the features of the process of scientific inquiry. SCIENTIFIC METHOD. Problem & Purpose Research Hypothesis Experiment Results w/ Analysis Conclusion. REFLECT YESTERDAY, TODAY, & TOMORROW. What will I do differently or better to

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s7cs9

S7CS9

Students will investigate the features of the process of scientific inquiry.

scientific method

SCIENTIFIC METHOD

Problem & Purpose

Research

Hypothesis

Experiment

Results w/ Analysis

Conclusion

reflect yesterday today tomorrow

REFLECTYESTERDAY, TODAY, & TOMORROW

What will I do

differently or better to

exceed the standard ?

slide4

A hypothesis is :

  • A – a possible answer to a question
  • A – a possible answer to a question

B – an experiment

  • C – a type of question
  • D – a fact
slide5

To determine how the amount of salt in water affects the number of plants = dependent variable is …

  • A – the amount of salt.

B – the temp of the water.

  • C – the depth of the water.
  • D – the number of plants.
  • D – the number of plants.
slide6

The factors that can change in an experiment are called :

  • A – variables
  • A – variables

B – inferences

  • C – hypotheses
  • D – scientific theories
slide7

Which of the following differs between groups in a controlled experiment?

  • A – a test

B – a prediction

  • C – a hypothesis
  • D – a variable
  • D – a variable
slide8

A scientist who wants to study the possible side effects of a new medicine would …

  • A – give the same dose of med.

B – ask the subjects.

  • C – include a control group.
  • C – include a control group.
  • D – use different subjects.
slide9

Measurements of the heights of various plants in an experiment are called …

  • A – inferences.

B – inquiries.

  • C – data.
  • C – data.
  • D – theories.
slide10

Which of the following is NOT an SI unit?

  • A – meter

B – foot

  • B – foot
  • C – kilogram
  • D – liter
slide11

The temp at which an alligator’s egg is incubated will determine the gender = temp would be called …

  • A – the dependent variable.

B – the independent variable.

  • B – the independent variable.
  • C – the constant variable.
  • D – the conclusion.
slide12

What is the most important skill in any experiment?

  • A – using safe lab practices
  • A – using safe lab practices

B – making measurements

  • C – communicating ideas
  • D – making observations
slide13

Which is a step of the scientific methods?

  • A – stating a theory

B – asking questions

  • B – asking questions
  • C – using technology
  • D – building a microscope
slide14

Which safety item should you wear to protect your eyes before you begin using any lab equipment?

  • A – an apron

B – closed toe shoes

  • C – heat resistant gloves
  • D – safety goggles
  • D – safety goggles
slide15

Which step of planning scientific investigations involves predicting the results?

  • A – organizing data

B – formulating explanations

  • C – constructing hypotheses
  • C – constructing hypotheses
  • D – gathering evidence
slide16

Which unit of measure is MOST appropriate for measuring the length of a river?

  • A – kilometer
  • A – kilometer

B – meter

  • C – centimeter
  • D – millimeter
slide17

What is the final step in the scientific method?

  • A – do an experiment

B – draw a conclusion

  • B – draw a conclusion
  • C – collect data
  • D – conduct research
slide18

What should Cesar do FIRST in his investigation?

  • A – fill out a data table

B – sketch the plants

  • C – draw a conclusion
  • D – make a hypothesis
  • D – make a hypothesis
slide19

Making measurements with tools such as thermometers is a kind of …

  • A – observation.
  • A – observation.

B – conclusion.

  • C – prediction.
  • D – hypothesis.
slide20

What beneficial result might happen if a scientist discovers her hypothesis is incorrect?

  • A – She might give up.

B – Might lead to another hypo.

  • B – Might lead to another hypo.
  • C – Scientists repeat her work.
  • D – Keep her results secret.
slide21

In a controlled experiment,

  • A – a variable is not needed.

B – a control group is compared.

  • B – a control group is compared.
  • C – there are two variables.
  • D – all factors should be different
slide22

SI units are …

  • A – used only in France.

B – based on the number 10.

  • B – based on the number 10.
  • C – based on body parts.
  • D – used only to measure length.
slide23

When you decide whether or not the data supports the hypothesis, you are …

  • A – making an observation.

B – stating a question.

  • C – making an inference.
  • D – drawing a conclusion.
  • D – drawing a conclusion.
slide24

Grams are the most useful unit of measurement in determining the mass of a …

  • A – truck.

B – medium-sized apple.

  • B – medium-sized apple.
  • C – grain of rice.
  • D – hippopotamus
explain the how and why of what you learned
EXPLAIN THE HOW AND WHY OF WHAT YOU LEARNED

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