Lessons for Scientists

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  • Scientist Search (includes BLM Scientist Search) - … , 6.1.5 Scientist Search Purpose Students will give examples of employers who hire scientists and identify places where scientists work. Materials For … the types of scientists the operation hires and what kinds of scientists work there. Ask for information about where scientists they hire might … , ecologist, environmental engineer, environmental scientist, geologist Airport ? computer scientist, mechanical engineer, meteorologist, physicist Morgue ? biologist, criminologist, forensic scientist, lab technician Pest Control Company …
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  • Robots Smarter Than Humans by 2029 - … . This research is from a scientist from Google. T / F b. The article says the scientist is an expert on jokes around … the scientist does. T / F f. The scientist said his views about robots are more radical than ever. T / F g. The scientist … said people think ( 1 ) A scientist said robots will be more intelligent than humans by 2029. The scientist's ( ) differently now: "Because … WORD (20 PAIRS) A scientist said robots will be more intelligent / intelligence than humans by 2029. The scientist's name / named is …
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  • Falling Insect Numbers Dangerous to Humans - … and butterflies. journal land wasps dangerous loss number disappearance halved Scientists say the (9) ____ in insect populations will lead to … the correct order. ( ) more insects from dying. He added that scientists must understand, "what species ( ) where insects live are disappearing because … 45 per cent in the past 35 years. Scientists say this could ( ) Scientists say the decline in insect populations will lead to …
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  • Blue Most Common Eye Colour in Britain - … ? What can you say about these words and your life? scientists / eye colour / common / researchers / brown eyes / fewest / regions / increasing / successful … . T / F f. A scientist said blue-eyed people find partners more easily. T / F g. The scientist said people like the way light reacts in brown eyes. T / F h. A scientist said blue eyes … less sparkle. Another scientist, Hans Eiberg, offers an explanation why blue eyes are ( ) colour is blue. The scientists say that thousands of …
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  • Scientific Thinking and Problem Solving - … look like the stereotypical mad scientist). Then discuss the stereotypes that most people have concerning what a scientist looks like and why … to glue over the head of their scientist drawing. Discuss how everyone is a scientist. f. End the activity by having students … .gov/Programs/standards.aspx What is a Scientist? How Does a Scientist Think? What Does a Scientist Look Like? The Rope Problem Objective …
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  • CAReers are not JUST about Automobiles! - … a famous scientist and their career. The students will research and document background, talents, interests, and goals of the scientist they are … the students they will be looking up a top scientist (or famous scientist) in the field of their choice to research. Topics … -5 minute presentation on the scientist. Before beginning their research the students must show their choice of scientist to the teacher for … life? How many years did the scientist work on this important concept and did the scientist study more than 1 field of …
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  • Scientific Thinking and Problem Solving - … look like the stereotypical mad scientist). Then discuss the stereotypes that most people have concerning what a scientist looks like and why … to glue over the head of their scientist drawing. Discuss how everyone is a scientist. f. End the activity by having students … .gov/Programs/standards.aspx What is a Scientist? How Does a Scientist Think? What Does a Scientist Look Like? The Rope Problem Objective …
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  • Designing Tools for Ocean Exploration - … on a tray to give to each Chief Scientist. Procedure: 1. Choose Chief Scientist. 2. Create groups of three to five students … . This Dive Log is then given to the Chief Scientist. c. The Chief Scientist may adjust the dive schedule as necessary. d … -12 Focus: Ocean Exploration Student Handout Chief Scientist * * * * * * * * Serves as principal spokesperson for all scientists on board the vessel Responsible for assuring … Handout Mission Log (To be completed by the Chief Scientist) Project Title: Chief Scientist Name: PI Names: Team Names: Date and Time …
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  • The Discovery of Jupiter Radio Waves - … new radio wave source, what do scientists first need to rule out as the source? Scientists first eliminate everything that they already … eliminated from the list. How do scientists use patterns in their data to make predictions? Scientists try to match patterns found in … course of action taken by the scientists once they discovered that Jupiter emitted radio signals? Once scientists discovered that Jupiter emits strong …
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  • Family That Walks on All Fours - … earlier time in human prehistory. Many scientists disagreed with his conclusions. A team of German scientists thinks there may be one or … for generations. * Most scientists do not believe that ancient genes resurface in living organisms. * A team of German scientists believe there may be a gene or small set of genes for bipedality. Many scientists believe bipedality cannot …
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