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Row 1, Col 1 This is the reason we study science. What is to solve problems?
1,2 The study of earth s oceans. What is Oceanography?
1,3 m What is the standard unit for length?
1,4 1km=____d What is a 10,000?
2,1 1)Identify the problem 2)Gather information 3)Hypothesis 4)Test 5)Analyze Results 6)Conclusion 7)Repeat What are the steps of the scientific method?
2,2 The study of earth s atmosphere, weather, & climate. What is Meteorology?
2,3 Km=(name &value) What is a kilometer 1000?
2,4 Density = What is mass/volume ?
3,1 The study of plants, animals, & all living things & all living things. What is Life Science?
3,2 The study of the position, composition, size, and other characteristics of everything outside earth s atmosphere. What is Astronomy?
3,3 Liter(l) What is used to measure volume?
3,4 10cm=_______da? What is.01?
4,1 The variable being tested for change What is Dependent Variable?
4,2 The study of our surface, weather, oceans, and everything outside our atmosphere. What is Earth and Space Science?
4,3 g/ml. What is the standard unit for liquid density?
4,4 Area=_______ What is LxW?
5,1 Is an experiment or observation designed to minimize the effects of variables other Than the single independent variable What is a control?
5,2 Is a proposed solution to a problem What is hypothesis?
5,3 212º What is the boiling point for Fahrenheit?
5,4 We use this to measure the volume of a non-square solid object. What is water displacement?
“Intro to Science” A. What is science? 1. Science is the process of observing and studying everything in the natural world. B. Why do we study science?
Introduction to Earth Science
Chapter 1 Objectives Define science. Describe the branches of science.
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Mr. Smith Cat. 1Cat. 2Cat. 3Cat
Science – 8W Welcome.
EARTH SCIENCE. THE FOUR BRANCHES OF EARTH SCIENCE Geology – the scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the Earth and the processes.
EARTH SCIENCE CHAPTER 1: THE NATURE OF SCIENCE. I. What is Earth Science? A. Science 1. process of observing and studying things in our world. 2. enables.
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Mr. Ruark’s Earth Science Thought of the Day- Variables and Branches of Earth Science Daily Objective(s): We will discuss analyze how scientific data is.
What is Earth Science?. Science Science Means: A process of observing and studying things in our world. It is also: A method of solving problems You use.
9 th Grade Science Chapter 1A-B. Goals Identify the steps scientists use to solve problems Define and understand the use of variables.
The Metric System The scientific system of measurement
Scientific Method and SI units. In science, it is an organizational tool that takes the form of a series of procedures. There are six parts to the scientific.
The World of Physical Science
Unit 1 Test Review. What is Earth Science?? 1.List and describe the 4 main branches of Earth Science. 2.List and describe the 4 spheres of the Earth.
Introduction to Science Mr. Skirbst Physical Science Topic 01.
Introduction to Science. The Scientific Method – a systematic approach to solving a problem The Way Science Works.
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Earth Science Nature of Science Chapter 1 1. Branches of Earth Science The scope of Earth Science is vast. It is broken into 4 major areas of specialization.
Chapter 1 Introduction to Earth Science. Standards SCSh1. Evaluate the importance of curiosity, honesty, openness, and skeptics in science. SCSh3. Identify.
Warm-up #1 August 29th 1.) What must you do to make earning an A or B as easy as possible? 2.) What is the class website address? 3.) What are the steps.
Marine Scientists at work Chapter 2. Marine science today Oceans currently monitored by: Satellites (in orbit around the Earth) by use of remote sensors.
Introduction to Earth/Environm ental Science. Lab Safety Rules Use lab only with directed by the teacher. ALWAYS wear safety goggles. Report any accident.
Hosted by Mr. Fillipon MetricsKingdomsCell Parts Classification Hodge-podge.
Measurement Most scientific studies and experiments use a standard system of metric units called Le Système International d’Unités, or SI for short. Methods.
Warm Up On page 11 of your science notebook: On page 11 of your science notebook: Do the following for each of the four items at your desk: Do the following.
SI Units and Standards of Measurement Mr. Haase. Standards of Measurement Standard – Exact quantity used to compare measurements – U.S. uses English &
Scientific Method. Steps in the Scientific Method Observation Observation Hypothesis Hypothesis Experiment Experiment Data Collection Data Collection.
Science in Our World Chapter 1 7th Science-GIBB.
Hosted by Mr. Mariano Temperature Scales Metric Conversions Measurement Types Miscellaneous.
Scientific Method by: Samantha Wilson Magna Vista High School Please follow along and complete the notes sheet as we go through the slides.
Class Notes 3: The Metric System Always use the Metric System in science!
Mass is the amount of matter (“stuff”) in an object.
the temperature scale on which zero is the temperature at which no more energy can be removed from matter.
Chapter one Science Skills. Chapter one learning objectives Students will be able to: – distinguish the differences between branches of science. – problem.
Studies of the Earth Astronomy: the study of space Meteorology: the study of the forces and processes that cause atmosphere to change and produce.
I- Scientific Method: Logical method used by scientist to solve a problem. A- Steps of Scientific Method: 1- Make an observation 2- Identify the problem.
Volume. Volume: is the amount of space an object takes up Metric standard for volume is the liter (L) 1L = 1000ml = 1000 cm.
Earth Science is the study of the earth and the universe around it. It assumes that events and natural phenomena can be discovered through observations.
Ch. 1 – The Nature of Science Discovery Lab – pg. 5 Branches of Earth Science –1. Astronomy (Define) Study of objects beyond Earth’s atmosphere –2. Meteorology.
Chapter 1. Make observation Ask question Develop hypothesis Test hypothesis Analyze Data/Draw Conclusions Develop Theory.
Chalkboard Challenge Mrs. LaRue
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