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Tuesday Warm-Up 5 minutes. Answer Agree or Disagree to the following : (do not have to write statements) 1. Science is primarily concerned with understanding how the natural world works. 2. Science typically provides only temporary answers to questions.

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Tuesday Warm-Up 5 minutes

Answer Agree or Disagree to the following: (do not have to write statements)

1. Science is primarily concerned with understanding how the natural world works.

2. Science typically provides only temporary answers to questions.

3. Science is most concerned with collecting facts.

4. A scientific fact is absolute, fixed, and permanent.

5. A scientific theory is merely a guess.

6. Science can study and explain events that happened millions of years ago.

7. Anything done scientifically is always accurate and reliable.


“I take this oath in full understanding of the responsibility it bestows upon me.I have a monumental task ahead of me. It will take great perseverance and hard work to achieve. I will not make excuses or quit. I will not waste precious and valuable learning time.I will hustle to learn all I can in the short time I have. I will take responsibility for my actions. I will achieve my goal.I will fulfill my duties to President Obama and to Ms Hilgefort to the best of my ability. I will become an empowered global citizen. I will become a science super star. I will not settle for anything less than 80% mastery.I am smart and I am prepared to prove it to the whole world. “


Oh no… Security Clearance Breach!! responsibility it bestows upon me.


INSTRUCTIONS for each team: responsibility it bestows upon me.

1. Each table will pick a table captain—table captain will come to the front to collect materials. Table Captain is also the team writer.

2. As a team, read the introduction & study the map of the crime scene.

3. Pick 5 clues out of your envelope.

4. Using the information at hand, try to solve the crime. Do not discourage minority opinions—the team must agree on a theory.

5. Write down your hypothesis—raise your hand to have it checked.

6. Take out 3 more clues from the envelope.

7. Write another hypothesis with the 8 clues your group has now.

8. Draw 3 more clues, discuss and come to a common hypothesis.

9. Draw the last 3 clues, discuss and come to a common hypothesis for what happened, and who was probably responsible.

9. When your group has written a final (4th) hypothesis. Put your pencils and papers down and look to the front to signal completion.


Key things to remember
Key things to remember: responsibility it bestows upon me.

  • What is a motive?

  • What does a hypothesis? What should it contain?

  • Each table will pick a table captain—table captain will come to the front to collect materials. Table Captain is also the team writer. Set up page:

    • Hypothesis #1:

    • Hypothesis #2:

    • Hypothesis #3:

    • Final Hypothesis:


Group discussion of hypothesis-- responsibility it bestows upon me.

Type hypotheses here…


What aspects of this “crime scene investigation lab” were scientific?

What process did your team go through?

What changed your hypothesis each time?


Review/Discussion of Catalyst questions—would you change any of your answers now?:

1. Science is primarily concerned with understanding how the natural world works.

2. Science typically provides only temporary answers to questions.

3. Science is most concerned with collecting facts.

4. A scientific fact is absolute, fixed, and permanent.

5. A scientific theory is merely a guess.

6. Science can study and explain events that happened millions of years ago.

7. Anything done scientifically is always accurate and reliable.


Science is a process
Science is a Process any of your answers now?:

Scientists ask questions about how the world works

We discover pieces of the answer

What we know CHANGES





Eight planet solar system
Eight Planet Solar System been changed.

A few years ago, it was announced that Pluto is no longer considered a planet. Pluto is only about twice the size of its largest moon (Charon).

National Geographic


Technology is constantly getting better and faster, which improves our methods for scientific discovery.


1867 the modern typewriter
1867: the modern typewriter improves our methods for scientific discovery.


1844 the telegraph
1844: the telegraph improves our methods for scientific discovery.


1876 the telephone
1876: the telephone improves our methods for scientific discovery.


1944 harvard mark i
1944: Harvard Mark I improves our methods for scientific discovery.

  • Linked adding machines and calculators


1966 the fax machine
1966: the fax machine improves our methods for scientific discovery.


1983 first cell phone network in the u s
1983: first cell phone network in the U.S. improves our methods for scientific discovery.


1994 the internet
1994: the internet improves our methods for scientific discovery.


Improving technology also gives scientists newer and stronger tools to investigate their questions.


Scientific inquiry
Scientific Inquiry stronger tools to investigate their questions.

Process used by scientists

Way for scientists to answer all those questions about the world


Scientific inquiry1
Scientific Inquiry stronger tools to investigate their questions.

Make an Observation

Ask a question

Construct a Hypothesis

Test the Hypothesis

Analyze the Data

Draw a Conclusion


Science & The Inquiry stronger tools to investigate their questions.Process (pg. 6)

8/16/11

Process scientists use to try to answer

What is scientific Inquiry?

questions about the world

- Way to investigate how the world work

Steps of Inquiry

Observation

Question

Create hypothesis

Test hypothesis

Analyze

Draw conclusions


Closing: stronger tools to investigate their questions.

1. How is science a process?

2. Why is technology important to science?


The great debate models of our solar system
The Great Debate: stronger tools to investigate their questions.Models of Our Solar System

  • Look under your seat. If you have a card—stand up and come to the front of the room.

  • Let the show begin!


Ptolemy model of the solar system pg 9
Ptolemy Model of the Solar System: stronger tools to investigate their questions.Pg 9

Can I have 2 volunteers?

Geocentric Model

Geo is Greek for Earth

Earth is Center of Solar System


Copernicus model of the solar system
Copernicus Model of the Solar System: stronger tools to investigate their questions.

Can I have 2 volunteers?

Heliocentric Model

Helios is Greek for Sun

Sun is Center of Solar System


Galileo s proof of the heliocentric model
Galileo’s Proof of the stronger tools to investigate their questions.Heliocentric Model

Jupiter’s moons revolve around it!

Our view of Venus from Earth changes like the phases of the moon.


Check for understanding
Check for Understanding stronger tools to investigate their questions.

  • What was the first discovery that Galileo made? Why does this suggest that the sun could be the center of the solar system?

  • What model of the solar system do we now know to be true?


  • Stop and Jot stronger tools to investigate their questions.

  • Connect our last lesson on the Nature of Science with our lesson today on Solar System Theories.

  • From what you have seen and heard today and from what you saw in your labs the previous class, do scientific theories change over time? Why do they change over time?

  • Practice:

  • Complete the next page of your handout silently on your own.


Thursday table of contents
Thursday Table of Contents stronger tools to investigate their questions.

Left

  • Big Bang Exit Ticket pg 10

    Right

  • Big Bang Summaries pg 11


See for yourself
See for yourself: stronger tools to investigate their questions.

  • Big Bang: BRAIN POP VIDEO

    • Think: write a summary of the Big Bang Theory

    • Pair: share with your partner your summary

    • Question: write down things you are confused about or have questions about.

  • Teacher Tube: Big Bang

  • http://teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=73929&title=Big_Bang

    • Think: write a summary of the Big Bang Theory

    • Pair: share with your partner your summary

    • Question: write down things you are confused about or have questions about.

  • Read Article: Big Bang Theory

    • Think: write a summary of the Big Bang Theory

    • Pair: share with your partner your summary

    • Question: write down things you are confused about or have questions about.


  • Stop and Jot stronger tools to investigate their questions.

  • Tell me why!

  • Why do the scientists believe the Big Bang Theory (what is their evidence)??


Friday table of contents
Friday Table of Contents stronger tools to investigate their questions.

Left

  • Picture Arrange: Big Bang pg 12

    Right

  • Picture Sort: Theories pg 13

    Left

  • Theories Exit Ticket pg 14

    Right

  • Theories Warm-Up pg 15


Big bang exit ticket 25 points each
Big Bang Exit Ticket- 25 points each stronger tools to investigate their questions.

1. What do the initial moments after the Big Bang have in common with the universe as it exists now?

  • All the stars, galaxies, and planets that exit today were formed just a few moments after the Big Bang

  • The universe back then could not sustain life, and it cannot sustain life now

  • The universe was extremely hot then, and it is still extremely hot now

  • The universe began expanding then, and it is still expanding today

    2. Where is the center of the universe located?

  • There is not center of the Universe

  • At the center of the Milky Way Galaxy

  • 14.5 Billion of light years away from Earth

  • In a large singularity near the Andromeda Galaxy

3. What is one major piece of evidence that the Big Bang Theory is correct?

  • Astronomers have detected leftover radiation

  • Everything in the Universe has remained in the same location for billions of years

  • Astronomers have discovered that the universe is no longer expanding

  • Astronomers have discovered evidence that the universe will soon begin contracting in a Big Brunch

    4. BRIEFLY (one sentence) describe what occurred during the Big Bang


Theories warm up pg 15
Theories Warm-Up stronger tools to investigate their questions.pg 15

  • Who is Ptolemy?

  • Who is Copernicus?

  • Who is Galileo?

  • Create a Venn diagram of the geocentric and heliocentric models


Each group will be given two sets of pictures: Theories/Big Bang. Decide among group how to share materials and work together to finish tasks.

Task #1: (pg 12)

  • Match the photos and descriptions

  • Order the photos & their descriptions to explain the Big Bang Theory

  • Raise hand when finished and copy into notebook

    Task #2: (pg 13)

  • Match the picture, Scientists, and Scientist Descriptions with the theories

  • Copy into notebook


Exit ticket pg 14 10 minutes 20 points each
Exit Ticket Bang. Decide among group how to share materials and work together to finish tasks.pg 14 (10 minutes) 20 points each

1. Draw a heliocentric solar system

2.Draw a geocentric solar system

3. If Scientist A believes that the sun is the center of the solar system, and Scientist B believes that the earth is at the center of the solar system, how would someone describe their beliefs?

a. Scientist A supports the geocentric theory and Scientist B supports the heliocentric theory

b. Scientist A supports the heliocentric theory and Scientist B supports the geocentric theory

c. Scientist A and Scientist B support the heliocentric theory

d. Scientist A and Scientist B support the geocentric theory

4. Which of the following describes how scientists changed their views of the solar system?

a. Scientists never changed how they thought about the solar system

b. When a new theory was introduced, scientists always believed the most popular theory

c. When a new theory was proposed, scientists eventually used new evidence from research and experiments to revise their old theories

d. When a theory was introduced scientists changed their views only if they could go see the solar system.

5. What model of the solar system did Galileo support?


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