Lessons for Scientific Method

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  • 1 Tracking a potato killer: Using latitude and longitude to map the spread of P. infestans - … not absolutely necessary. Learning outcomes The learner will: Employ the scientific method to determine how diseases spread Evaluate primary sources to make … knowledge and vocabulary Students should understand the steps of the scientific method, types of disease spread/diffusion, latitude, longitude, primary resources, pathogen … student responses based upon completion of each step of the scientific method. The student-generated map (with the legend completed correctly) should …
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  • Let's Get Physical! (or Chemical Weathering) - … on outdoor furniture. The activities in this lesson follow the scientific method; therefore, students should be familiar with its steps. Preparation: Before … on outdoor furniture. The activities in this lesson follow the scientific method; therefore, students should be familiar with its steps. Preparation: Before … on outdoor furniture. The activities in this lesson follow the scientific method; therefore, students should be familiar with its steps. Preparation: Before …
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  • Rollercoaster Investigations - … of an object. While constructing a rollercoaster and using the Scientific Method, students will create their own question and then investigate it … with the first idea offered. Students will use a modified Scientific Method: (The Rollercoaster Investigation Report (attached) follows this sequence for students … by another scientist following their procedure. All steps of the Scientific Method are important to make it repeatable. Be very specific in …
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  • CAST UDL Lesson Builder - … within and across systems California State Standards: Investigation and Experimentation Scientific progress is made by asking meaningful questions and conducting careful … all the elements in the rubric that clearly describe the scientific methods, observations, and conclusions that were part of their inquiries. Provide … skilled artistic product, students with less background knowledge of the scientific method will hopefully have a greater comfort level when learning about …
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  • Is There a Correlation? A Graphing Unit - … , bar, picto, and circle graphs. Recognize steps of scientific method Complete scientific writeup using scientific method. How to use appropriate statistical measure tocompare data. How … use appropriate statistical measures to compare data. Recognize steps of scientific method Basic understanding of how to use ClarisWorks spreadsheet and The … graphs including line, bar, picto, and circle graphs. Complete scientific writeup using scientific method. How to gather and correlate data. Calculate averages Students …
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  • Fungus Among Us - … will examine articles that deal with science for scientific methodology. The Five Basics of Scientific Method 1. Observation (A scientist observes something.) 2 … scientific method. 3. Ask the groups to read the articles and critique them on the basis of the presence or absence of scientific methodology. Groups must also make suggestions to correct any errors in scientific method they see. 4. Have …
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  • The Games Robots Play - … 15- Understands the nature of scientific inquiry. Benchmarks: Knows that there is no fixed procedure called "the scientific method," but that investigations involve … scientific inquiry. Benchmarks: Understands the use of hypotheses in science; Knows that conceptual principles and knowledge guide scientific inquiries; historical and current scientific … ') Science Standard 16- Understands the scientific enterprise. Benchmarks: Knows that throughout history, diverse cultures have developed scientific ideas and solved human problems …
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  • Mummies Unwrapped - … 15- Understands the nature of scientific inquiry. Benchmarks: Knows that there is no fixed procedure called "the scientific method," but that investigations involve … and explanations; Understands the nature of scientific explanations; Knows that scientific inquiry includes evaluating results of scientific investigations, experiments, observations, theoretical and mathematical … scientific inquiry. Benchmarks: Understands the use of hypotheses in science; Knows that conceptual principles and knowledge guide scientific inquiries - historical and current scientific
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  • A Weighty Task - … 15- Understands the nature of scientific inquiry. Benchmarks: Knows that there is no fixed procedure called "the scientific method," but that investigations involve … logical argument; Understands the nature of scientific explanations; Knows that scientific inquiry includes evaluating results of scientific investigations, experiments, observations, theoretical and mathematical … the nature of scientific inquiry. Benchmarks: Knows that conceptual principles and knowledge guide scientific inquiries- historical and current scientific knowledge influence the design …
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  • A Sea of Intrigue - … 15- Understands the nature of scientific inquiry. Benchmarks: Knows that there is no fixed procedure called "the scientific method," but that investigations involve … and conducts scientific investigations by formulating testable hypotheses, identifying and clarifying the method, controls, and variables, organizing and displaying data, revising methods and explanations, presenting the results, and receiving critical response from others; Knows that conceptual principles and knowledge guide scientific inquiries …
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