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Study Hall : Work on homework, read a book, do something silently. . There is no talking. No exceptions. . Warm-Up No talking. No questions. . Take out a sheet of paper (not in notebook) Explain how you do an experiment? What are the steps you would need to take?

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study hall work on homework read a book do something silently

Study Hall: Work on homework, read a book, do something silently.

There is no talking. No exceptions.

warm up no talking no questions
Warm-UpNo talking. No questions.
  • Take out a sheet of paper (not in notebook)
  • Explain how you do an experiment?
  • What are the steps you would need to take?
  • Explain as best you can.
classroom news
Classroom News
  • The Diagnostic Test. Those who missed it on Thursday, I will hand to you for you to complete at home with no help. Due Thursday.
  • Any forms still not handed in.
  • I’m handing out personal notes.
  • New procedure! Notebooks in crates &

handed out.

class supplies due today
Class Supplies: DUE TODAY
  • Classroom Supplies :
  • 4 Composition notebooks (1 for each quarter)
  • Pencils
  • Individual pencil sharpener
  • A pair of scissors
  • Glue sticks
interactive notebook
Interactive Notebook
  • What is an interactive science notebook?
  • Any ideas…..?
  • Video link
  • Interactive Science Notebook Setup
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Interactive Notebook
  • Today we are starting our interactive notebook set – up
  • Please pay close attention
  • Your notebook will be graded each Friday for the following:
  • Organization
  • Information
  • Neatness
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Interactive Notebook

Interactive Notebook Rubric

Your notebook is worth 30 points each week. It is your responsibility to make sure your notebook is organized according to what I have told you. It needs to have all of the correct information in the correct place. And the notebook needs to be easy for me to navigate.

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Interactive Notebook
  • Now, open up your notebook
interactive notebooks
Interactive Notebooks
  • Now write “TABLE OF CONTENTS”

on the top of the second page in your notebook on the right side.

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Interactive Notebooks
  • Turn the Table of Contents page over and count four more pages.
  • After counting, now write 1 on the upper LEFT side of your notebook, outside the margin
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Interactive Notebooks
  • On this same page with “1”on it, you will write “Scientific Process” and write the date: 9/3/13
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Interactive Notebooks
  • Now, go back to the table of contents and write on the FIRST line:

1. Scientific Process

quick overview of notebooks
Quick Overview of Notebooks

Very Important:

  • Teacher notes will be on the LEFT side of the notebook.
  • Teacher Notes = Lecture notes; this is the information I tell you to copy into your notebook
  • Maybe it will take you three pages to write your notes but DO NOT add numbers at the top of pages until I tell you to.
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Quick Overview of Notebooks
  • Very Important:
  • Student work will be on the RIGHT side of the notebook = station work, student input
  • The next entry we do, will be TOMORROW when we do our stations.
  • Each station will start a new page number AND will be added to the table of contents.
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Interactive Notebooks
  • We write the important information you in our notebooks when instructed.
  • These notes are what will help you complete the activities on Wednesday and Thursday.
  • If you finish early, sit quietly or read a book .
  • DO NOT draw on your notebooks.
  • Remember, I grade them every FRIDAY and I will pass out a grading rubric tomorrow.
scientific process video
Scientific Process Video
  • http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/scientific-inquiry/scientific-methods.htm
students you will write this on page 1 under the heading scientific process
Students you will write this on page 1 under the heading ‘Scientific Process’
  • Scientific Method Steps and Definitions:
    • Purpose: State the problem
    • Research: find out about the topic
    • Hypothesis: predict the outcome to the problem.
continue writing notes on the left side
Continue writing notes on the left side
  • Experiment: develop a procedure to test the hypothesis
  • Analysis: record the results of the experiment
  • Conclusion: compare the hypothesis to the experiment’s conclusion.
let s check for learning
Let’s Check for Learning
  • Watch this Wright brothers video using the scientific method.
  • What was the purpose?
  • What research was done?
  • What was their hypothesis?
  • What experiments did they do?
  • What analysis was done?
  • What was their conclusion?
continue writing notes on the left side paper airplanes
Continue writing notes on the left side : Paper Airplanes
  • Write “Paper Airplanes Experiment”and underline it.
  • The next slide has a lot of information…..
  • You will only be taking notes today, so write all notes thoroughly and completely to help you complete our activities on Wednesday and Thursday
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Purpose: How can I make a paper airplane fly farther.

Research: I know that paper airplanes fly better when: they have wing flaps; I use tape; and they have some kind of “nose.”

Hypothesis: I think that airplanes with pointed noses will fly farther than ones with square noses

Experiment:

  • Make 2 paper airplanes (one square nose, one pointed)
  • Throw each plane 10 times.
  • Measure the distance
  • Make a graph.

Analysis: My graph shows that the plane with the square nose went farther than the pointed nose one.

Conclusion:My hypothesis was wrong. I though that the pointed-nose airplane would go farther, but actually, the square-nose one went further.

continue writing notes on the left side observations
Continue writing notes on the left sideObservations
  • Any information collected with the senses.
    • Sight
    • Smell
    • Taste
    • Touch
    • Hearing
  • Observations Definition: using senses to gather information
  • Observations can be…..
continue writing notes on the left side quantitative
Continue writing notes on the left sideQuantitative
  • Measureable or countable
      • 3 meters long
      • 4 marbles
      • 50 kilograms
      • 35 degrees Celsius
  • measuring, or measured by the quantity of something (a length, the number of marbles, a weight, a temperature)
  • QuaNtitative: N = Numbers
quantitative activity
Quantitative Activity
  • Think of something quantitative.
  • Turn and Share with a neighbor.
  • Now draw a picture of something quantitative on the right side of your interactive notebook and label your picture:

Quantitative example.

  • For example: the flower has

5 petals

qualitative observations
Qualitative Observations
  • Describable, not measureable
      • purple flowers
      • smells like fresh baked cookies
      • Tastes bitter
      • red sunset
  • Definition: describes something that can be observed but not measured.
qualitative activity
Qualitative Activity
  • Now think back to the picture you drew, describe your picture with a qualitative statement
  • For example: blue flowers
inference
Inference
  • Conclusions or deductions based on observations. Educated guess.
  • observation + observationinference

Remember, how do we observe?

Observations can be _________ & _________.....

These lead to inferences……

Now it’s your turn……

inference practice
Inference Practice:
  • Observations:
    • I hear people screaming
    • I smell popcorn and cotton candy
    • Hamburgers cost $5.00 each
    • I see a lot of people in line
  • Inference = ?
  • Now, turn and talk with your partner
more practice

More Practice

The Case of the Mystery Footprints

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Look at these two sets of animal tracks.

List 3 OBSERVATIONS

Make an INFERENCE

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Now what do you think?

Make 3 OBSERVATIONS

Make an INFERENCE

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Now what do you think?

Make 3 OBSERVATIONS

Make an INFERENCE

brainpop scientific method
BrainPOP—Scientific Method

http://www.brainpop.com/science/scientificinquiry/scientificmethod/