Lessons for Scientific Method

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  • Optics - … L of the K.I.L.E. method). Encourage them to use proper scientific terminology in their entries. Adaptations Resources BLM 8 … based learning and investigations. The INSITE method, a problem solving model based on the principles of scientific inquiry, has been developed to … information with clarity and accuracy ii. makes general use of scientific and technological terminology i. communicates comprehensive information with clarity and …
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  • The scientific basis for the "Ten steps to successful breastfeeding" for settings with high HIV prevalence - … be able to: Describe the scientific basis for the "Ten steps to successful breastfeeding". Discuss current scientific evidence concerning the advantages and … approach to the "Ten steps". Duration Total: 90 minutes Teaching methods Lecture and discussion Preparation for session Review the WHO document … covered in the remaining sessions. 4-18 (HIV) WHO/UNICEF Scientific basis for the Ten Steps (HIV) Summaries of research studies …
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  • You Got a Ticket For What? - … data. Indicator 4 Create and clarify the method, procedures, controls and variables in complex scientific investigations. Lesson Summary: In this lesson, students … Doppler scenarios. Two Scientific information is simplified. Scientific connections of patterns for the four Doppler scenarios are implied. Scientific information has some clarity … focus and organization. One Scientific information has inaccuracies and scientific connections are unclear or absent. Communication Scientific information is Scientific communicated clearly and precisely …
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  • Energy from Wind and Moving Water - Energy and Control - … 3 -uses limited scientific or technological words in explanation - uses some scientific or technological words in explanation -uses clear scientific or technological words … 3 -uses limited scientific or technological words in explanation - uses some scientific or technological words in explanation -uses clear scientific or technological words … investigations based on the principles of scientific inquiry called the I.N.S.I.T.E. method. Identify the problem Narrow the …
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  • Mendelian Genetics and Genetic Technologies - … Standard A: Science as Inquiry • Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry • Understandings about scientific inquiry NSES Content Standard C: Life Science • Molecular … of science and the origins of particular scientific thoughts. In investigating past scientists and their methods and investigations, students can begin to understand the nature of science and processes involved in the development of scientific knowledge …
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  • The Conservation Clubhouse - Energy and Control - … . design process and the I.N.S.I.T.E. method of scientific inquiry. Considerations Notes to Teacher UNIT PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS 1 … as the method of design (see BLM 5.UW.3) or the I.N.S.I.T.E. Method for scientific inquiry and … ) whereas the I.N.S.I.T.E. method is used to investigate a scientific idea (see BLM 5.UW.5). Science … principles of scientific inquiry has been developed to help students work through these investigations. This is called the INSITE method. Identify the …
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  • Fractions, Decimals and Percents - … Use different methods appropriately when working with percents in problem solving Use of place value in understanding and using scientific notation GEE … unusually large and small numbers. This method is called scientific notation. A number is expressed in scientific notation when it is in the … Relations Lesson 1: Fractions, Decimals and Percents Scientific Notation Example 1: Write in scientific notation: 3,600,000,000 2,507,000 …
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  • Getting Under Your Skin - … scientific facts are clear to a general audience (written on the board for easier student access): - How will this new transdermal method … well it employs scientific information. Further Questions for Discussion: - What are the advantages and disadvantages of the various methods of drug delivery … 11- Understands the nature of scientific knowledge. Benchmarks: Understands the nature of scientific explanations; Knows that all scientific ideas are tentative and subject …
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  • Building on the Past - … for Discussion: -What past scientific discoveries or theories is our knowledge about malaria based on? -What other methods, besides mosquito nets, can … methods and procedures, make a commitment to making knowledge public); Understands how scientific knowledge changes and accumulates over time (e.g., all scientific … ethical traditions associated with the scientific enterprise (e.g., commitment to peer review, truthful reporting about the methods and outcomes of investigations …
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  • Turning Up The Heat - … ., write a lab report for an audience familiar with the scientific terminology); • contribute and work constructively in groups; • collect and organize … ., write a lab report for an audience familiar with the scientific terminology); – investigate and identify factors affecting the rate of temperature … appropriate statistical methods – independently – clearly and precisely – usually using appropriate statistical methods – independently – clearly, precisely, and confidently – always using appropriate statistical methods Written …
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