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Restricted © Siemens AG 2015siemens.co.uk/curiosity-project Question time! The Curiosity Project
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Restricted © Siemens AG 2015 Page 3 Siemens Siemens was established in the United Kingdom more than 170 years ago and now employs over 13,000 people in the UK. As the world’s largest engineering company, Siemens provides innovative solutions to help tackle the world’s major challenges. The Curiosity Project by Siemens The UK needs more engineers and through our Curiosity Project, we aim to bring science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to life, by supporting leading organisations that reach out and nurture the innate curiosity in young people and showcase the amazing and rewarding opportunities a career in engineering can provide. This workshop is part of the project and you can find more details at siemens.co.uk/curiosity-project.
Restricted © Siemens AG 2015 Page 4 Learning outcomes Be able to create and identify different types of questions, including scientific questions. Understand the importance of asking questions to solve problems, linking this to engineering and science careers.
Restricted © Siemens AG 2015 Page 5 Open-ended and closed questions Do you want a cup of tea? How does solar energy work? What kind of music do you like? Why are we doing this workshop? Did you go to the cinema last night? When is the maths exam? Why do you like playing footy? Can I go to my mate’s house tonight? What happens if you swallow chewing gum? Do you like my new jeans? How did NASA land a spacecraft on an asteroid?
Restricted © Siemens AG 2015 Page 6 What do you see?
Restricted © Siemens AG 2015 Page 7 Play video: Abuja - My City
Restricted © Siemens AG 2015 Page 8 Categorise your questions Scientific questions are those we can disprove by experiment (testing). Non-scientific questions are those we can’t disprove by experiment (testing).
Restricted © Siemens AG 2015 Page 9 What questions does the film raise?
Restricted © Siemens AG 2015 Page 10 Investigating your question Choose your question Write your prediction What data will you need to collect to investigate the question? How would you design your experiment? Use the worksheet for this activity
Restricted © Siemens AG 2015 Page 11 Questions that lead to solutions Use your worksheet for this activity
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