Lessons for Scientists

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  • Being A Safe Scientist - … -Unit Lesson: Being A Safe Scientist Grade Level: 2nd and 3rd Lesson 1: Being a Safe Scientist Rationale: It is important for … learn what a scientist Students will help me define what a is and what their duties are as a scientist scientist is and I will ask if they are in this classroom. scientists, which will lead into … of the jobs that a scientist has? This will lead into a discussion about the terms scientist, experiment, and ideas about safety …
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  • Effects of the Sun on Our Planet - … * Soda Bottle Magnetometer * Magnetism and the Sun Career Explorations * Solar Scientist Answer Keys * Science Exploration * Science Exploration * Science Exploration * Science Exploration … a solar scientist, answer the questions below. 1. Tell about one thing you are good at that a solar scientist needs to know how to do. 2. Tell one thing about what a solar scientist does that you … were a solar scientist what would you want to learn more about? 4. If you could ask the solar scientist one question …
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  • Wisconsin Weather Work: Occupational Culture - … elements that construct the occupational folklore of weather scientists. It features stories from atmospheric scientists and meteorologists at the Preparing to Teach … ." For weather scientists, a cultural scene could be driving down a highway, chasing a storm. An experienced weather scientist might give cautionary advice to a first-time chaser. If a group of weather scientists work in the …
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  • Robert Boyle and the Royal Society - … official journals. This paragraph could be entitled How do modern scientists disseminate their research findings? The second section (B; 15 mins … lesson, explain why scientists in seventeenth century England may have wished to disseminate news of their discoveries to other scientists. 2. Name the society that the seventeenth century English scientists wished to join. 3. Name the publication in which these scientists
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  • Biographies of Heroes from Long Ago and the Recent Past - … . These experimentoriented activities will help children learn to "think" like scientists. * Cooney, Barbara. Eleanor. New York: Viking, 1996. ISBN 0-670 … law practice in Springfield, Illinois. Jackson, Garnet Nelson. Benjamin Banneker, Scientist, Cleveland, Ohio: Modern Curriculum Press, 1993. This is the story … life and accomplishments of Dr. Cafrver, a highly respected American scientist. McKissack, Patricia, and Frederick McKissack. Marian Anderson, A Great Singer …
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  • To the Moon and Beyond! Activity - Mission: Moon! - … the natural world. Tools help scientists make better observations, measurements, and equipment for investigations. They help scientists see, measure, and do things that they could not otherwise see, measure, and do. Scientists and engineers often … and young. Scientists could get to Science craters and ancient lunar crust for their studies. ?Go? At this site, scientists can study …
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  • Scientific Scenes - … plays that allow scientists to encounter the consequences of their work. 4. Write and present dramatic scenes that allow scientists to encounter … presented. Further Questions for Discussion: - How has the media portrayed scientists? - How have scientific discoveries and technological advances complicated human's … and the evaluation of proposed explanations made by other scientists; Knows that scientists conduct investigations for a variety of reasons (CTSS - 'science …
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  • Images of Science - … image of scientific work and scientists. They see scientific work as dull and rarely rewarding, and scientists as bearded, balding, working alone … science? Part Two: Draw a Scientist Ask students to create a mental picture of what a scientist looks like. Then ask them … , the image resembles the stereotype of the "mad scientist." Rarely is the scientist seen as a female or as a member of … you draw a male or a female scientist? Describe the setting in which your scientist is working. What kind of work is …
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  • Changing Scientific Knowledge - … graphic organizers of methods and/or instruments used by the scientists studied. Extension: Have individuals or student teams research the nature … needed, give students idea starters for a content-related questions, scientist(s) names or historically significant experimental "test". For example, give … and the data collection methods were allowing more investigations for scientists to propose a suncentered model that successfully described and predicted …
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  • White Hair May Be a Thing of the Past - … whether these sentences are true (T) or false (F): a. Scientists have discovered white hair from 20 million years ago. T … . T / F e. Scientists were looking at how stress changed the colour of our hair. T / F f. Scientists conducted tests on between 46 and 65 different hairs. T / F g. The head scientist said his technique is available for use now. T / F h. The scientist guaranteed that white hair …
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