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The BasicsORScientific Method Characteristics Of Life MISC. $100100$100 100$100 $200200$200200$200200$200 $300300$300300$300300$300 $400400$400400$400400$400 $500500$500 500$500
The Basics $100 Biology is the study of this
The Basics $200 Anything in an organisms environment that causes it to react is called:
The Basics $300 Forming untestable hypotheses based on nonscientific literature is called this type of false science
The Basics $400 Because it is often difficult to gather numerical data, this kind of information is collected instead
The Basics $500 It is important to understand science because:
OR $100 Stimulus or Response? Squinting
OR $200 Observation or Inference? The air temperature has been decreasing in the past week
OR $300 Observation or Inference? After watching a plant for a week, you determine it needs more sunlight.
OR $400 Qualitative or Quantitative? Calculations, Graphs, and Charts.
Scientific Method $100 The group that is the standard against which results are compared to in an experiment
Scientific Method $200 The group that is exposed to the factor being tested in an experiment
Scientific Method $300 A testable explanation of a situation (educated guess)
Scientific Method $400 The condition being changed by the scientist
Scientific Method $500 The factor that results from or depends on changes to the independent variable
Characteristics of Living Things $100 What comes next? Cell, tissue, organ, organ system, ____________-
Characteristics of Living Things $200 The process by which organisms keep their internal conditions fairly constant is called this
Characteristics of Living Things $300 Living things must do this so that the species does not die out
Characteristics of Living Things $400 Living things must be made up of one or more of these:
Characteristics of Living Things $500 Which of these is NOT classified as a living thing? Dog, Tree, Fungus, Fire, Brandon Inge
MISC $100 The day Ms. McCallumore was born.
MISC $200 In science, having to address issues that are based on a set of moral principles or values are called what type of issues?
MISC $300 Name the stimulus: The classroom is cold so you put on your jacket.
MISC $400 After conducting an experiment, a scientist may develop one of these. It is not a fact as it may be revised or replaced.
MISC $500 Name something quantitative about the crayons.
It allows us to be educated on issues important in todays world
Name 3 Qualitative Qualities of the Picture Below
What is Cold, Chocolate, Creamy, Whipped Topping, Sprinkles, Delicious, etc....
What is December 25th
There are 5 crayons
Naming Polynomials Polynomial Add/Sub
Do Now: What type of butterfly came from this cocoon?
Characteristics of Life
Biology What is Life? The Scientific Method Ethics in Science.
Chapter 1 The Science of Biology. (What is science?) The Nature of Science.
Science Terms TAKS Objective 1.
Essential Questions What is biology? What are possible benefits of studying biology? What are the characteristics of living things? Introduction to Biology.
Biology: The Study of LIFE. What do these have in common? They are biology!!! Biology is the study of life!
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Th 08/29 F 08/30 Journal #1 What are the characteristics of Living Organisms?
Understanding the Scientific Method Chapter 1 Biology.
Scientific Methods Section 1.3. Observations Using the senses to gather information Using the senses to gather information Scientific methods begin with.
Biology—the study of life Study the origins and history of life and once-living things Study the structures of living things Chapter 1 The Study of.
Chapter 1 Biology: The Study of Life. Section 1.1 What is Biology? The study of life The study of life Why study Biology? Learn about life around.
The Language of Science. Hypothesis: a prediction that can be tested; an educated guess base on observations and prior knowledge Theory: a well tested.
Biology Notes Chapter 1 Scientific Method. Science is an organized way of using evidence to learn about the natural world.
Introduction to Biology Unit 1. What is biology? Break down the word Bio = life Ology = the study of.
DO NOT COPY ANYTHING IN YELLOW 1 DEFINITIONS. DO NOT COPY ANYTHING IN YELLOW 2 Science Is a way or a process used to investigate what is happening around.
Click on a lesson name to select. Chapter 1 The Study of Life Section 1: Introduction to Biology Section 2: The Nature of Science Section 3: Methods.
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Intro to Biology Holt-McDougal Biology
Take 5 What does “biology” mean? In the lab, what should you do if a harmful chemical splashes on your skin? How should one dress while performing a lab?
The Science of Biology. Key Concept Key Concept What is the goal of science? What is the goal of science? Vocabulary Vocabulary Science Science Observation.
The Science of Biology Chapter 1.
Click on a lesson name to select. The Study of Life Section 1: Introduction to Biology Section 2: The Nature of Science Section 3: Methods of Science.
Biology—the science of life Study the origins and history of life and once-living things Study the structures of living things Chapter 1 The Study.
Chapter 1 Biology: The Study of Life Pages 1 to 33
Welcome to 6 th Grade – Chapter 1 Science Jeopardy.
By: Mrs. Young Cell Basics Prokaryote vs. Eukaryote Inside the Cell Transport MISC. $100100$ $100 $200200$200200$200200$200 $300300$300300$300300$300.
The Scientific Method Physics.
Sections 2 and 3 Chapter 1. Review of the Scientific Method The scientific method is not a list of rules that must be followed but a general guideline.
Review of the Scientific Method Chapter 1. Scientific Method – –Organized, logical approach to scientific research. Not a list of rules, but a general.
Methods of Science Notes Mrs. Pangburn AC Science.
1.3 Scientific Thinking and Processes KEY CONCEPT Science is a way of thinking, questioning, and gathering evidence.
Preview Objectives Scientific Method Observing and Collecting Data Formulating Hypotheses Testing Hypotheses Theorizing Scientific Method Chapter 2.
Ch. 3 & 4 Review Jeopardy By: Ms. McCallumore.
Introduction to Biology
The SCIENTIFIC METHOD. Definition Scientific method - steps used by scientists to solve a problem.
1. Define the problem by OBSERVING.
Chapter 1 The Study of Life Section 1: Introduction to Biology Section 2: The Nature of Science Section 3: Methods of Science.
WHAT IS SCIENCE? 1.1. What is Science? an organized way of collecting and analyzing evidence about events in the natural world. a process used to.
Scientific Method Notes, 9/8/12 Science is a Search for Knowledge.
1. Energy- The ability to do work. 2. DNA- Genetic information within cells. (Deoxyribonucleic acid) 3. Reproduction- Transmitting genes to offspring.
INVESTIGATION AND EXPERIMENTATION (I & e) : What is “Science”? Observations, Inferences, and Controlled Experiments.
Science is an organized way of gathering and analyzing evidence about the natural world. - a way of thinking, observing, and “knowing” - explanations.
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Chapter 1 The Study of Life
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