Warm-Up 9/10 • Teach the Teacher: What is the best thing about school? • Review: What are the three types of learning styles?
Warm-up 9/11/13 • Teach the Teacher: What is the best restaurant in Rapid City? • Review: What specific things do good students do?
Warm-up 9/12/13 • Teach the Teacher: What is the best utensil to eat macaroni and cheese with? How do you like your mac’n’cheese? • Review: In what ways were the crime scene activity and science the same?
Warm-up 9/13/13 • Teach the Teacher: What is the scariest movie you have watched and why? • Review: What was the hypothesis of the mythbusters for the cell phone causing an explosion at a gas station?
Grading Rubric • Grade Sheet
Binder Organization • Grade Sheet • Warm-up • Orange Notes • Assignments (Mandala, Classroom Scavenger Hunt, Lab Safety Questions)
What is science? • In latin= knowledge • In dictionary.com= knowledgeofthephysicalormaterialworld gained through observation and experimentation.
Science is… • Creative • Unbiased observations • Unbiased: free from prejudice or favoritism • Fact vs. opinion • Developing theories through experimentation (pseudoscience: astrology)
Science is...(continued) • Expanding scientific knowledge • Challenging accepted theories • Testing Claims • Undergoes peer review • Uses Latin and the Metric System
Physical Science • Any of the sciences, such as physics, chemistry, astronomy, and geology, that study characteristics of non-living things • Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/physical-science#ixzz25hevqIga
Scientific Method: What scientists do! • Ask a Question/determine a purpose • Comes from observing • Form a hypothesis=educated guess • Collect data
Control group=the group not receiving the factor being tested, nothing is done to this group • Independent variable=one part of an experiment that can change, determines the outcome • Dependent variable= factor being measured in an experiment • Analyze the Data Graphs, tables, charts, etc. • Report Conclusion
What do scientists do? • Gather • Reason • Communicate
Science and Engineering Love Models! • Explain things that we can’t see • Allow for us to test hypothesizes • Are not perfect representations Average
Communicate through Argumentation:Evidence vs. Claim • Claim: a statement that answers the question • Evidence: scientific data that supports the claim
Flash Card • On the front: • Physical Science • On the Back: • Study of energy and non-living matter (things)
Flash Card • On the front: • Independent Variable • On the Back: • The part of an experiment that changes
Flash Card • Dependant Variable • The part of the experiment that you measure
Flash Card • Control Group • The part of an experiment that nothing is done to
Warm-Up 9/10 • Teach the Teacher: What was the best concert you have ever been to, or if you could have any band come to Rapid City who would it be? • Review: Tell me as much as you can about science and/or physical science. • LT
Warm-up 9/11/12 • Teach the Teacher: What is the funniest TV show? • Review: List as many non-living things as you can.
The Case of The Missing Computer Chip • To Turn in: 1. Sheet with all clues written on it in the order they were drawn 2. sheet with all hypothesis 3. heading w/ all names on both Clue writer Reader Runners Hypothesis writer
The Case of The Missing Computer Chip Wrap-Up • Every group needs to have at LEAST 5 hypothesis • Star the hypothesis that you think is the best explanation for the theft • Have your best hypothesis to share with the class (runner shares)
Warm-up 9/12 • Teach the Teacher: If you could have someone make you breakfast, what would you want? • Review: What is the scientific method?
Warm-up 9/13/12 • Teach the Teacher: If you could go anywhere for vacation where would you go? • Review: What do you need to “play” science?
Ice Cube melting… • Glass Dish • Glass Beaker • Cheese cloth • Tin foil • Styrofoam cup • Black blocks (basalt and wood)
9/14/12 • Teach the Teacher: What is your strength? What is your weakness? • Review: What is a hypothesis?
Flash Card • On the Front: • The moral for learning • On the Back: • Eat well • Sleep lots • Move • Breathe deeply • Repeat • Think Positively
Flash Card • On the Front: • Scientific Method • On the Back: • a method used to test a hypothesis, • The rules of science • (IV, DV, & CG)
Flash Card • On the Front: • Average On the Back: Take the total (sum) divided by the number of items
The rest of the Conclusion Questions for Ice Cube Lab • 1. What is the independent variable? • 2. What ice cube was in the control group? • 3. What was the dependant variable? • 4. What was the average for the sample you tested? • 5. What could be experimental error, or how could times be off from group to group and class to class? • 6. What other samples would be interesting to test (besides fire)?
Warm-up 9/17 • Teach The Teacher: What is the best kind of candy to get at a movie theatre. • Review: What is the part of an experiment that you measure?
Warm-up 9/18/12 • Teach the Teacher: Who do you admire the most among your family and friends? Why? • Review: Name as many of the six keys as you can.
Warm-up 9/19/12 • Teach the Teacher: Who is your favorite sports player or who is your favorite actor/actress? • Review: What is the part of an experiment that you change?
Warm-up 9/20/12 • Teach the Teacher: What would you like to be when you grow up? • Review: What is the average of 10, 20, 30