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The Scientific Process. EDU 529 David Bloom Valerie Hall Miranda Hicks Terri McElyea. What is The Scientific Process?. Develop a Hypothesis Formulate prior to conducting experiment Conduct the Experiment Collect samples from sources Analyze the Data Identify data Compare the Results

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the scientific process

The Scientific Process

EDU 529

David Bloom

Valerie Hall

Miranda Hicks

Terri McElyea

what is the scientific process
What is The Scientific Process?
  • Develop a Hypothesis
    • Formulate prior to conducting experiment
  • Conduct the Experiment
    • Collect samples from sources
  • Analyze the Data
    • Identify data
  • Compare the Results
    • Share findings
  • Determine a Conclusion
    • Develop conclusions based on the results
activity what s that smell
Activity – What’s That Smell?
  • Objective
    • Smell and identify materials in film canisters
  • Materials
    • Film canister, cotton, various aromas (perfume, soap, onion, etc.), and plastic wrap
  • Procedure
    • Describe odor and identify
  • Evaluation
    • Written description of methods used to identify odors
activity marsh munchers
Activity – Marsh Munchers
  • Objective
    • Identify predator and prey
  • Materials
    • Animal flash cards, plastic discs, and baggies
  • Procedure
    • Select 5 students to be predators and remainder are prey
    • Predators tag prey to get disc (food)
    • Predator becomes prey after collecting 10 discs
  • Evaluation
    • Observation and discussion
activity what s in the sock
Activity – What’s In the Sock?
  • Objective
    • Touch and identify objects placed in sock
  • Materials
    • Various objects (marble, rock, etc.)
  • Procedure
    • Place object in sock
    • Predict what object is in sock
    • Touch sock to identify object
  • Evaluation
    • Q&A and Discussion
grade level adaptations
Grade Level Adaptations
  • Modifications
    • Increase / decrease difficulty
    • Extend / shorten time limits
    • Offer assistance and cooperative grouping
    • Peer teaching
resources
Resources
  • Elementary Science Methods, Martin, David, 2003, Thompson and Wadsworth
  • http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~gaud/bio372/class/behavior/sciproc.htm
  • http://MarcoPolo-education.org
  • http://projectwet.org
  • http://projectwild.org