Lessons for Scientists

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  • Ill At Ease - … : In this lesson, students research infectious diseases focusing on what scientists and journalists currently do and do not know about each … the journalist will "interview" the scientist on what he or she knows about their assigned disease. The scientist, in turn, will answer … the ethical traditions associated with the scientific enterprise and that scientists who violate those traditions are censored by their peers; Knows …
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  • Eyeing the Next Einstein - … an important quality for scientists? e. Why might it be "distracting, daunting and ultimately demoralizing" for a younger scientist to be called … . Michael Turner measure a scientist's impact, and using this measurement, how does Einstein compare with other scientists? l. What are the … card and describe the scientist they have selected to profile. Students may discuss which of the profiled scientists might have, or have …
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  • Researching the Researchers - … professional history of a Nobel Prize-winning scientist. 4. Co-author an article profiling the scientist and his or her discovery. Resources … into pairs and assign each a scientist (either one from the list identified above or a scientist they are studying in class … was that knowledge applied by other scientists? Write a reflection paper that addresses how one scientist's research has impacted scientific studies …
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  • Welcome to Mars - … rover confronted, how the scientists worked to solve the problems, and what each rover discovered. How did scientists go about solving problems that arose? What findings surprised scientists? 2 Discuss the evidence scientists found regarding whether an environment that could have supported life on Mars ever existed. Why are scientists
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  • Earth, the Universe, and Culture - … is to have the students place the scientists on the world map according to the scientist's country of origin. Have the … different colors to represent contemporary scientists from pre-1900 scientists or to distinguish between male and female scientists. Evaluate * Discuss with the students … activity, students may have found a scientist that interests them. Encourage them to select a scientist, either from the list or someone …
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  • Our Changing View of the Earth - … , and then publishing these data for other scientists to review. The community of scientists determines whether or not an hypothesis is sufficiently … that they are a group of scientists in the year 1912. At that time, most scientists believe that the Earth's continents … new information becomes available, scientists must examine how that information fits with the current theories. Periodically, scientists hold conferences where they come …
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  • A "Real" Picture of a Scientist - … of white paper per group -Markers -Super Scientist worksheet, hints, quiz and Super Scientist Group Assignment worksheet (can be found at: http … paper with all scientists on them -Tape Names of the scientists- defined on super scientist quiz Teachers should be aware that scientists are so … scientists. They must know 20 of the 30 scientists. (anything over that can be extra credit!) 8. Cut up the list of scientists
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  • Investigating the Probability - … will gain an understanding of how collected data can influence scientists' predictions. The students will be actively involved in probability investigations … or mathematical inquiries, investigations and observations generate the data that scientists will analyze and interpret helping them to formulate their predictions … . This should provide students with a real life situation where scientists are collecting, recording, and interpreting data and finally making estimations …
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  • Earth Is a Clock Earth Is a Camera - … interaction among students as you lead discussion to conclusion that scientists cannot prove an extinct animal looked exactly like the model … to describe methods used by scientists to study mummies. Ask, "What type of information was the scientist searching for as various methods … that can reveal valuable information through a careful observation by scientists using nothing more than their eyes." RESUME tape. PAUSE tape …
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  • All About Apples - … what makes someone a scientist. Once we understand what it means to be scientific we will become scientists and use the scientific … scientist would do. _______ Picture shows various tools or equipment that scientist might use. ________ Picture shows an appropriate place for that scientistscientist would do. _______ Picture shows various tools or equipment that scientist might use. ________ Picture shows an appropriate place for that scientist
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