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5 Second Rule. Bellwork. Have you heard of the five second rule? What assumptions does the five-second rule make? Are there any variations of the five-second rule? What are they? Why should we care about the five-second rule?

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bellwork
Bellwork
  • Have you heard of the five second rule?
  • What assumptions does the five-second rule make?
  • Are there any variations of the five-second rule? What are they?
  • Why should we care about the five-second rule?
  • What may make food unsafe to eat after it has fallen on the floor?
essential question 1
Essential Question 1
  • “How does scientific inquiry affect our daily lives?”
  • What does “Inquiry” mean?
    • 1. a seeking or request for truth, information, or knowledge.
    • 2. the act of inquiring  or of seeking information by questioning; interrogation.
    • 3. a question; query.
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CDC Memo

  • To: America’s High School Teachers
  • From: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • RE: Food Safety Concerns
  • As a public service to our nation’s citizens, it is imperative that the Centers for Disease Control and
  • Prevention (CDC) determines the validity of the “five-second rule,” which states that food that has fallen
  • on the floor can still be safely eaten if it is picked up within five seconds.
  • Due to budget constraints and downsizing, the CDC is severely understaffed. Therefore, we are unable to
  • dedicate staff and resources to researching the safety of this controversial rule. The CDC is in need of
  • scientific data to determine if the rule is correct. If this rule is incorrect, the CDC must warn citizens of
  • potential health hazards associated with employing the five-second rule.
  • It is our hope that you understand the importance of this scientific study and are willing to volunteer your
  • classroom resources and students’ expertise to help us in this matter. A prompt reply is appreciated.
  • Sincerely,
  • Dr. Rosalind Blackwell
  • Program Director
  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention
  • www.CDC.gov
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Research Plan

Directions: Write a research plan in the space below. Explain the plan fully by including the details another group would need to recreate the experiment. You may write on the back if necessary. After receiving feedback, you will have an opportunity to revisit and revise your plan.

Things to think about:

What question will you test?

How will you test your question?

What materials will you need to test your question?

What do you think will happen?

What information would a different class need to be able to understand what you did, and why?