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2 Bellwork: Copy Red! Due to abuse, there are now the following rules for taking the test online: –You can only take each test a total of ten times –You cannot leave any questions blank –You cannot use someone else’s name –You still get 10 points extra credit for taking the test online –Highest scores get an automatic A on the test

3 Assignment 13: Jeopardy Notes

4 Mr. Robinson

5 The Scientific Revolution

6 PEPSIPEPSI COKECOKE WATERWATER MILKMILK PUNCHPUNCH

7 The series of events that led to modern science is called… $100

8 The Scientific Revolution Back to Game

9 What is the best way to gain scientific knowledge? $200

10 Observations, facts, and theories Back to Game

11 What is a theory? $300

12 An explanation based on facts Back to Game

13 Who was an ancient astronomer and mapmaker? $400

14 Ptolemy Back to Game

15 A _ c _ _ _ _ showed that experimentation could help people learn about the world. $500

16 Back to Game Alchemy showed that experimentation could help people learn about the world.

17 What role did Muslims play in the Scientific Revolution? $100

18 They translated Greek writings into Arabic Back to Game

19 Why did the discovery of the Americas stun Europeans? $200

20 North America did not appear on ancient maps. Back to Game

21 Copernicus did not want to publish his book because… $300

22 He was afraid of religious persecution Back to Game

23 $400 Who said planets moved in elliptical orbits?

24 Kepler Back to Game

25 $500 Newton developed the Law of _______

26 Gravity Back to Game

27 What did Galileo use to study astronomy? $100

28 A telescope Back to Game

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30 Put these beliefs in order from oldest to newest: Planets orbit the sun Planets move in oval orbits The earth is the center of the universe.

31 The earth is the center of the universe. Planets orbit the sun. Planets move in oval orbits. Back to Game

32 $300 What do you use a barometer for?

33 Measuring air pressure Back to Game

34 $400 Rene Descartes argued that knowledge begins with ______.

35 doubt Back to Game

36 $500 What is the Scientific method?

37 The pursuit of knowledge using observation and experimentation Back to Game

38 $100 How is a hypothesis different from a theory?

39 A hypothesis has not been tested Back to Game

40 $200 Why did the church and science come into conflict?

41 Science contradicted church teachings. This weakened the church Back to Game

42 $300 What is the first step in the Scientific Method?

43 The problem is stated Back to Game

44 $400 Why was Galileo put on trial?

45 For publishing ideas about the planets orbiting the sun Back to Game

46 $500 What happens if experiments show a theory is incorrect?

47 Scientists develop a new theory Back to Game

48 $100 What was Copernicus’s big idea?

49 That the planets orbited the sun Back to Game

50 $200 Why is careful recording of information important in science?

51 So that other scientists can use what was learned Back to Game

52 $300 Why is Galileo known as the father of experimental science?

53 He used experiments to test theories Back to Game

54 $400 Put these instruments in order from first invented to last: microscope, telescope, thermometer

55 Microscope, thermometer, telescope Back to Game

56 $500 Who is the best dancer on earth?

57 Mr. Robinson (Soulja Man) Back to Game


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