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  1.   Experimental Research and Scientific Method
Using and scientific journal to teach scientific method. Students was having a hard time identifing how to apliy the scientific method based on vocabular terms. Blooms taxonomy was presented to the students to explain what knowledge level they need to be on for mastery of the subject. This was really good for students that can't apply knowledge with different scenarios.

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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   Paper Airplane Scientific Method
Using paper airplanes teach the steps of the scientific method.

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    Grade Level: 6-12

LessonCorner Worksheets for Scientific Method
  1.   Microscope and Telescope
Telescope, Microscope, Hidden, Amount, Message, Skull, Brain, Mirror, Thumb, Pupil
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  2.   Scientific Method 4
Independent Variable, Dependent Variable, Control Group, Hypothesis, Mass, Density, Triple Beam Balance, Graduated Cylinder, Metric System, Volume
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  3.   Scientific Method
Science, Method, Hypothesis, Experiment, Idea, Theory, Law, Valid, Question, Evidence
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 1000 for Scientific Method
  1.   Scientific Method Intro
LEOs Print Version (this will remove all of the AccelerateU imagery and text). Title: Scientific Method Intro Unit: Scientific Method Topic: Introduction of Scientific Method Standard Level: Intermediate Grade: Grade 7 Start - End Date: There is no start - end date specified This LEO was created by: Amy Monachino Connected Rubric: Learning Context: Given the definitions o fterms used in the scientific method, student...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Scientific Method and Crystal Growth
Scientific Method and Crystal Growth Description Students use a hands-on experiment in crystal growth to learn about the nature of science as inquiry. In addition to science as inquiry, the students will learn about mineral crystallization and rates of crystal growth. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.H.1.2.1 The student...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Scientific Method: Steps
Beecher Lafever Taipei Adventist American School Beecherf @ gmail .com Science Fair Unit Eighth Grade Description This unit will introduce the students to the steps in the scientific method. The steps are as follows: -State a question. -Research the question. -Form a hypothesis. -Design an experiment or test of the hypothesis with a constant and a variable. -Collect data. -Analyze data. -Make and evaluate a conclusion. This unit will also give the students practical experience in using the scientific...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  4.   Using Scientific Method
AGRISCIENCE AND NATURAL RESOURSES EDUACTION CURRICULUM (0000) Curriculum Area: GENERAL LESSONS (0002) Unit: SCIENTIFIC METHOD ROB WEST (0002) Topic: USING THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD Topic Objectives: Upon completion of this lesson, the student will be able to: Topic 0002-B Given a problem or hypothesis students to create a relevant experiment using the steps of the scientific method. Topic 0002-E Students will be able to collect quantitative...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Beginning Statistical Inquiries into the Scientific Method: Jelly-Side-Down
Beginning Statistical Inquiries into the Scientific Method: Jelly-Side-Down By Gary Brekke Type of entry: lesson / class activity Type of Activity: Hands-on activity inquiry lab group / cooperative learning review / reinforcement Target audience: Biology Life science Advanced / AP Biology Background information: What questions does this activity help students to answer: Th...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Science Project - 5 scientific Methods
SCIENCE PROJECT Line GRADE LEVEL: Fourth to Seventh PLATFORM: Macintosh or Windows LESSON OBJECTIVES: Students will learn how to: 1. Use a word processor. 2. Use a scanner to place pictures or articles in their document. 3. Use the scientific method. 4. Research topics using the Internet. PROCEDURE: Choose a kind of science that interest you. Examples: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth, etc. Students will use the 5 step Scientific Method to complete their experiments. 1. PROBLEM: Question 2. HYPOTHESIS: What do you think will happen? (This is your best guess...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   Scientific Method: "Lab WriteUp"
Scientific Method "Lab Writeup" I. PURPOSE: What is the reason for doing the experiment or what is there to be learned from doing the experiment? II. HYPOTHESIS: What "you think" will be the final outcome of the experiment. This is generally based on prior knowledge or observations. In other words, you are not just pulling this "out...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  8.   The Scientific Method
#3028. The Scientific Method Science, level: Senior Posted Mon Jan 19 08:26:03 PST 2004 by John Yogus (yog2001@yahoo.com). UPJ, Johnstown, PA USA Materials Required: See below Activity Time: 50 Minute Class Period Concepts Taught: Scientific Method Goal of this lesson: To understand the scientific method Materials Flashlight Batteries "Scienti...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Scientific Method
EUREKA Agora bulletAbout Eureka! bulletEUREKA! AGORA bulletAbout Us Eureka! Lesson Plans Scientific Method Lesson Plan Information Lesson Plan Activities Printable version (including handouts) (PDF) Standard Read With Understanding Outcomes Students will conduct an experiment and complete a chart demonstrating an understanding of some basic properties of water and the scientific method. Classroom Information GED Descrip...
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  10.   The Scientific Method
The Scientific Method The following steps make up the Scientific Method. These steps make up a method which may be used to logically solve problems in many other areas of life. Francesco Redi and Louis Pasteur used the scientific method to disprove the idea of spontaneous generation. First, though, do you see any animals in this picture...
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