Class will start shortly…. Welcome Back Minions!!!. Warm-up Question(s):. In the lesson yesterday for Mr. Scott to get a drink, what directions didn’t work? Which directions did work? (Be specific in your examples.). Behold the Power of Observation!!!. On your table is an item.
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(Be specific in your examples.)
Which of your observations involved describing the object but were not measured or dealing with numbers?
Which of your observations involved measurements or numbers?
What do you think is going to happen?
Support your answer with evidence!
Inferring – Explaining observations based on reasoning from what you already know.
Predicting – Making a forecast of what will happen in the future based on past experience or evidence.
Physical Science – The study of matter, energy, and the changes they undergo.
Chemistry – The study of the properties of matter and how matter changes.
Physics – The study of matter and energy, and how they interact.
Give me a detailed prediction of what you are going to like about Physical Science this school year?
Find an object at home, or near your home.
List what the object is.
Give me 5 observations that are “quantitative”.
Give me 5 observations that are “qualitative”.