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Different Ways of Seeing. Bird Cat Horse Snake. http:// webecoist.momtastic.com /2009/01/14/animal-vision-color-detection-and-color-blindness/. http:// webecoist.momtastic.com /2009/01/14/animal-vision-color-detection-and-color-blindness/.

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Different ways of seeing

Different Ways of Seeing

Bird

Cat

Horse

Snake


http://webecoist.momtastic.com/2009/01/14/animal-vision-color-detection-and-color-blindness/


http://webecoist.momtastic.com/2009/01/14/animal-vision-color-detection-and-color-blindness/


http://webecoist.momtastic.com/2009/01/14/animal-vision-color-detection-and-color-blindness/


http://webecoist.momtastic.com/2009/01/14/animal-vision-color-detection-and-color-blindness/


http://greenstring.wordpress.com/2010/03/11/

http://imascientist.org.au/scientists/get-sponsored/


Scientific observation
Scientific Observation

  • Precise - attention to detail

  • Descriptive – paints a vivid image

  • Formal & Academic – use academic/scientific language

  • Concise – no extra words

  • Focused on sensory observations – what was seen, heard, felt, smelled, etc.


Examples
Examples

  • The unknown was yellowish-orange in color and had a fruity smell.

  • The mixture boiled at 105.3 degrees F.

  • The substance was sticky and moist to the touch.

  • I think it’s a snail egg, but I’m not sure. It reminded me of Grandma’s cooking, especially the soup she made for my birthday.

  • The stuff was super hot.

  • Gross! Nobody in their right mind would touch this!


Scientific observation1
Scientific Observation

Precise

Descriptive

Formal & Academic

Concise

Focused on sensory observations


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