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State the Problem I don’t know which bean is mine!
Formulate a Hypothesis Do I think I can collect enough information to indentify my bean?
Identify and Control the Variables We controlled some variables. That made sure everyone had a fair chance.
Test your Hypothesis We all had a chance to find our bean.
Collect Your Data We wrote down information on how the experiment went.
Interpret Your Data We interpreted our data, by figuring out if our hypothesis was correct.
State Your Conclusion Was my hypothesis correct?
Peanut Mayhem. State the problem Can I find my peanut in a basket of peanuts?
The Scientific Method By: Jackson. State the problem Will I be able to fine out which is my peanut with my whole class mates peanut in it.
The Scientific Method By Emmagrade 4. State the Problem Will I be able to keep my egg from braking?
VOCABULARY FOLDABLE Scientific Method Vocabulary.
Payton. State the problem What kind of chocolate is mine?
Scientific Method by Hunter Observing a Peanut.
My ResearchMy Data My ResearchMy Data My Hypothesis My Conclusion My HypothesisMy Conclusion Designing my experiment Conducting my experiment.
Scientific Method. Ask a question Ask a question.
Candy Experiment. What kind of candy do I have?
Scientific Method Identify a problem What do you want to know? What question do you want to answer? What problem do you want to solve? An OBSERVATION.
Major Steps. 1.State the hypotheses. Be sure to state both the null hypothesis and the alternative hypothesis, and identify which is the claim. H0H0.
By: Jessica, Xander, Kate A step by step way to solve problems.
Observation Formulate a Hypothesis Set Up a Controlled Experiment Organize and Analyzing Data Drawing Conclusions Repeating Experiments /
People who play Minecraft can identify Minecraft ores and real life ores better than people who don’t play Minecraft. Minecraft Ores Real Life Ores.
Examples for Simple Science Research 1. What happens to seeds if they are kept at different temperatures before they are planted?
P247. Figure 9-1 p248 Figure 9-2 p251 p251 Figure 9-3 p253.
Controls and Constants. Review In an experiment, there is something that a scientist is testing – they control this…
The goal is scientific objectivity, the focus is on data that can be measured numerically.
M&MS AND THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD MINI-LAB Ms. Jho AnnLife Science Room #103.
Question – ask a question and research your topic ◦ Questions must be “open ended” ◦ Open ended questions cannot be answered with a simple “yes” or.
EXPERIMENT WITH CANDY BY MASON The Scientific Method.
Scientific Method Blueprint For Success Define the Problem Make sure you know what the problem is. State the problem as a clear question. Will.
Problem Solving in Science The Scientific Method.
Working with Random Variables. What is a Random Variable? A random variable is a variable that has a numerical value which arises by chance (ie – from.
Science Fair By Reece Gergen. Big Question What kind of wood will bur the fastest?????
Conclusion The conclusion wraps up your experiment. It includes the answer to your question but also provides you with a chance to share how the experiment.
Your Name: Group Members: Period:. During this lab we…watered plant seeds, took their weight, and saw if they grew and how tall if they did. What we wanted.
The Nature of Science. What is Science??? Science is a particular way of understanding the natural world.
SCIENTIFIC SKILLS SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS MANIPULATIVE SKILLS Observing Classifying Measuring and using numbers Making inferences Predicting Communicating.
Essential Questions Big Ideas September 13, 2013 Peters.
What is your research question? Your Name 2010 GSEF or Social Studies Fair Honors: ____ place DMS; ____ place RCPS; ____ place Regional Competition.
R.L. Thornton Elementary School Clara Daniels, Principal Natalie Crittendon, Science Fair Coordiantor.
Model Rockets By: David Bivens. Big question Does size change the height of how high it goes? Because rockets come in different sizes.
Scientific Method 5 Steps. 1.Define the problem Starting point for using the scientific method is to define or identify the problem.
Scientific Method. This lab is designed to make you more familiar with the process of scientific investigation. The scientific process of inquiry is outlined.
Talent 21 Acid Rain Experiment Your Name: Dominick Ciro Group Members: Kenny and Jay Period: 5th.
Oh No! Ornery old Mr. Hill is making me do a science fair project! A science fair project is not that hard! You’re going to learn how to do one!
Scientific Method. Steps of the Scientific Method 1. Question 2. Research 3. Hypothesis 4. Procedures/Materials 5. Analysis/results 6. Conclusion.
Science Fair I have my data….now how do I analyze it?
Multiple Meaning Words Grade 4 Learning Objective Distinguish and interpret words with multiple meanings. Reading Standard: Word Analysis 1.6.
Intro to the LabQuest Data Collection and Analysis.
BY: JESSICA “A Milky Situation”. Question In a blind taste-test, can people tell the difference between skim, 2% and whole milk?
Rockets Vinegar and Baking Soda. Rocket Activity Pre-Quiz 1 - What makes a rocket work? (hint: Newton) 2 - What makes a rocket go Higher? Faster? Farther?
Using Statistics to Analyze your Results. Warm Up 1.What is a hypothesis? 2.What is a prediction? 3.How are they different?
Scientific Inquiry. The Scientific Process Scientific Process = Scientific Inquiry.
+ EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS An experimental investigation is one in which a control is identified. The variables are measured in an effort to gather.
Slide Slide 1 Section 6-5 The Central Limit Theorem.
Experiment with popcorn By Clayton. Explanation The Scientific Method is an organized way of solving problems. Scientists use the Scientific Method.
A friend sent this on…. How doctrinally incorrect can you get!?!? A friend sent this on…. How doctrinally incorrect can you get!?!?
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