Teaching Scientific Enquiry. Objectives: To provide the department with some useful strategies for delivering Scientific Enquiry/Ideas and Evidence. To work out a plan of action as a result of this meeting. Scientific Enquiry includes: 1. Ideas and Evidence
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To provide the department with some useful strategies for delivering Scientific Enquiry/Ideas and Evidence.
To work out a plan of action as a result of this meeting.
1.Ideas and Evidence
eg. Smoking is bad for you because ….evidence.
eg. LO: to recognise the difference between the reliability of evidence/results and accuracy of equipment
Do you still
you think that?
you find out?
Watch and write a sentence about what you see on the outside of the beaker.
What do you think?
Write a sentence.
Write a sentence or two.
Try to use the key ideas.
In the class?
I think that the water from the air around the jar has condensed on the jar.
The water vapour from the air has condensed on the jar
The melted water has diffused through the jar.
Write a sentence to explain why.
Briefly decide on a plan to test your idea using the equipment that you can see in the lab.
Say why your idea has been proved or disproved.
What could you do differently?
Any other questions?
Discuss plans and agree action points.
Arrange review meeting to discuss progress.