Lessons for Scientists

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  • Model Professionals - … depicted scientists. Discuss common stereotypes of scientists. (For example, did everyone draw a male scientist wearing a lab coat?) Make a list of scientists who defy common stereotypes. Research a scientist from this list and sketch this scientist's appearance. How does this scientist defy the class' stereotypical image of a scientist? Global …
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  • Scientists Who Built Our World One Thought at a Time - … consequences list how others influenced each of the twelve scientists research one scientist in-depth from the original 12 or supplemental list … they have had an overview of how one scientist's work will affect other scientists. Students will use library handouts to gather … experiment within the context of the scientist s historical period. Present a summary introducing their scientist to the class, using their contribution …
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  • We Are Scientists - … we conduct our investigation like scientists? e. What did you learn about investigations? 5 We Are Scientists - Grade Five 28. Ask students … even when it is something the scientist cannot control, such as how sunny it is. Scientists must pay close attention to all … zipper bag (My Group Procedure) 14 We Are Scientists - Grade Five 15 We Are Scientists - Grade Five Attachment C Conducting Science Experiments …
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  • Science All Around Us - … , detergent, blindfolds. Vocabulary: architect botanist career chemist doctor environmental scientist meteorologist scientist tools Technology Connections: Have students use a disposable camera to … way that use a tool in a way scientists may use it. that scientists may use it. Is able to use a … a tool in a way in a way that that scientist may scientists may use it. use it and may add modifications …
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  • Have You Got A Clue - … be seen as scientists. Look through magazines, cut out people and label them as a scientist or as not a scientist. Discuss the reasons for their titles. Challenge students to interview criminal scientists in their … scientist. Based on your understanding of the abilities and qualities of a scientist, solve the case and prove who is not a scientist
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  • Scientific Integrity - … science operates. Indicator 4 Recognize that ethical considerations limit what scientists can do. Lesson Summary: In this lesson, students will explore … scientific community. The enforcement of these rules and regulations help scientists produce accurate and quality results and conclusions which lead to … kind of harm/damage was done by the scientists? c. How do you think scientists today decide if pesticides are harmful to …
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  • Scientists Can Make Things Invisible - … from ESL Discussions.com on science. THE ARTICLE Scientists can make things invisible Scientists in the USA say they are a step … -dimensional objects. In the future, scientists could make "invisibility clothing" to hide people ____ . However, scientists are still a long way from … i. light 10. scientists could look at j. even tinier objects GAP FILL: Scientists can make things invisible Scientists in the USA say …
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  • Bread That Stays Fresh for 60 Days - … the article are most interesting and which are most boring. scientists / fungus / biotechnology / microwaves / superbugs / sterilize food / taste / discovery / throwing away … ? 2. What can scientists stop growing on bread? 3. What kind of company is MicroZap? 4. What did scientists discover their technique … the economy about $6 billion annually. The company hopes ( ) The scientists believe their discovery could stop people throwing away so much …
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  • Translating Science into Public Policy - … a panel on climate change and will represent either scientists or policymakers. “Scientists” will use the information they’ve learned in other … the climate change research community, the “scientist” students should represent different scientific disciplines. Divide the scientists into six or more teams, each … feelings of the scientists should not be allowed to affect the way the scientists present data; however, the conclusions the scientists reach based …
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  • Beef Production Damages the Environment - … life? beef / environment / chicken / farm animals / greenhouse gas / potatoes / crops / scientist / cutting down / using the car / starving people / production / consumer Have … e. A scientist said our carbon footprint could be lower by eating less beef. T / F f. The scientist said using the … land and produces 11 times more greenhouse gases. The scientists said ( ) One scientist said we could all reduce our carbon footprint by …
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