Lessons for Scientists

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  • Freak-Genomics - … ? (Accept all student answers.) Explain that by mapping the genome, scientists are hoping to better understand genetic predispositions to diseases such … many scientists who are opposed to the idea of any interbreeding between anatomically modern humans and Neanderthals. However, many other scientists believe … are the potential implications of scientists using genetic information to classify people based on ethnic heritage? Presently, scientists disagree on whether or …
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  • Careers in Science - … two personal interviews: one with a scientist and one with a student studying to become a scientist. After completing the interviews, students … like to have students interview Alaska Native scientists, you can ask for referrals of scientists and students from organizations such as the … person who is studying to be a scientist and another who is a practicing scientist. If you wish to shorten the lesson …
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  • Freak-Genomics - … ? (Accept all student answers.) Explain that by mapping the genome, scientists are hoping to better understand genetic predispositions to diseases such … many scientists who are opposed to the idea of any interbreeding between anatomically modern humans and Neanderthals. However, many other scientists believe … are the potential implications of scientists using genetic information to classify people based on ethnic heritage? Presently, scientists disagree on whether or …
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  • The Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF) - … act as scientists and engineers at a conference to explain and share their designs and discoveries with other students (scientists and engineers … for? NASA scientists make a Coronal Mass Ejection into an acronym too: a CME. With just one satellite, scientists can only measure … and model with your fellow scientists and engineers, that is - your fellow students. This is exactly what scientists and engineers working on …
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  • History Of Medicine: Innovations In Adult Care - … conducted in his research. Explain how the scientist?s work built on the work of scientists who came before him. Cite specifically … the information in the video about these scientists and their work. For your information, these scientists are listed below, along with their … the research An explanation of how the scientist?s work built on the work of scientists who came before him A discussion …
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  • Beginning Statistical Inquiries into the Scientific Method: Jelly-Side-Down - … ask questions. Scientists design experiments to find answers to their questions. Scientists provide results of the experiments to other scientists by writing reports … is the job of a scientist to assemble a plan using the processes to solve a problem. Scientists generally pose problems, predict … -4: Persuasion (Information) To persuade (inform) other scientists that their experimental conclusions are correct, scientist write papers explaining the results of their …
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  • Hey You! Want to Become a Scientist? - … to Become a Scientist? Description Students prepare and give oral presentations about assigned scientists and the accomplishments of the scientists after completing research … accomplishments of assigned scientists. Student clearly knows the scientist and the accomplishments of the scientist. Extensions Allow students to "become" their scientist by creating and wearing costumes appropriate to the time the scientist lived. Attached …
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  • Biocomplexity Research: WANTED: Biocomplexity Scientist - … : Biocomplexity Scientist Objective: To use the internet to research and create a Biography of a Biocomplexity Scientist. Warm Up: Name 1 scientist that … ) Location: Where did the scientist live and do his/her research Type of Scientist: What field was the scientist in? (Geology? Microbiology? Etc.) Description: Describe in at least 1 paragraph the groundbreaking research that the scientist
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  • ENSI/SENSI Lesson: Nat.of Sci. SKETCH A SCIENTIST - … , cartoon, or movie which involves one or more scientists, to determine how the scientists are represented (in terms of the categories derived … science and society) of as many scientists (living and dead) as they can, and making "Scientist Trading Cards". The web might be … (5/11/01) about how images of scientists may affect childrens' attutudes about science and scientists: User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Rescue at Sea - … , students examine stereotypes that they may have regarding scientists. Students then read and discuss 'Scientist at Work: High Seas Hunter Pleads for … Marine Conservationist and how one particular scientist 'breaks the mold' of their previous concepts of scientists. Author(s): Alison Zimbalist, The New … a journal entry on how their view of scientists changed after reading the article, "Scientist at Work: High Seas Hunter Pleads for …
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