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Adopting the Pond What? We have a pond at our school? Where?
Measuring, Observing, Identifying
“Let’s clean it up!” How do we clean it up? What will it cost? Who will take care of it when we do? Prove that it needs cleaning up!
Measuring and Comparing Water temperature / Air temperature
How much water does it have? Measuring depth..
Depth of Water….
What lives in there?
Sketching what I see…
Charting our data
Writing Letters & Researching Writing to the principal to ask if we can adopt the pond area Researching what we need to do to improve the pond Writing to the PTA for funding
Wish us luck!
Wetland Project By: Brandon S. Andrew L.. The importance of wetlands Wetlands are a very important part of animal life because the marshes serve as a.
Remember… Please do not… Change the background. Change the icons. Change the font. Use Times New Roman (size 12 font). Use color. We cannot print.
Identifying Variables & Designing Investigations.
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Observe Ask Questions Create a Hypothesis Test your Hypothesis Display Data and results Explain your Results Ask for Peer Review.
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Identifying Variables. Kinds of Variables Independent Variable – something that is changed by the scientist What is tested What is manipulated
Do Now: List the steps of the scientific method as best as you can.
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Identifying Variables. 3 Kinds of Variables Independent Variable – something that is changed by the scientist What is tested What is manipulated.
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Identifying Variables. 2 Kinds of Variables Independent Variable – something that is changed by the scientist What is tested What is manipulated.
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What are variables? Or what changes during experiments….
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Plant Science Research Center 2009 – 2010 Small Scale Pond Simulation.
Exploring Water Water has properties that can be observed and described. How would you describe the color of water? How would you describe the ‘shape’
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