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Chapter 1 Objectives Define science. Describe the branches of science.Differentiate between a hypothesis and a theory. Identify the steps of the scientific method.
Science – process that uses facts to solve problemsChemistry composition of matter Biology life Physics motion Earth Science Earth processes and its place in space
Earth Science Geology Meteorology Astronomy OceanographyEarth processes Meteorology weather Astronomy space Oceanography ocean
Terms Commonly Used in ScienceHypothesis An educated ‘explanation and prediction’ Theory An explanation based on facts Law Describes what happens (not how)
The Scientific Method Observe/Identify a problem ResearchDevelop a hypothesis Design an experiment Collect and organize data Analyze Data Conclusion
Unit 1 Section 1 Focus On: What Scientists do The Nature of Science Branches of Science.
What is Earth Science?. Science Science Means: A process of observing and studying things in our world. It is also: A method of solving problems You use.
SCIENCE A system of knowledge about the natural world and the methods used to find that knowledge.
Objectives Review procedures Define science, fact, theory, law and technology Assess prior knowledge.
Chapter 1. Make observation Ask question Develop hypothesis Test hypothesis Analyze Data/Draw Conclusions Develop Theory.
What is Science? Webster’s definition – Systematic Knowledge. Any branch of study concerned with a body of observed material facts. The word originates.
CHAPTER 1 MS. PAREKH. WHAT IS SCIENCE? SCIENCE IS THE INVESTIGATION AND EXPLORATION OF NATURAL EVENTS AND THE NEW INFORMATION THAT RESULTS FROM THOSE.
EARTH SCIENCE. THE FOUR BRANCHES OF EARTH SCIENCE Geology – the scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the Earth and the processes.
Study Notes for Chapter 1 Introduction to Earth Science.
Chapter 1 Introduction to Earth Science. Standards SCSh1. Evaluate the importance of curiosity, honesty, openness, and skeptics in science. SCSh3. Identify.
Mr. Ruark’s Earth Science Thought of the Day- Variables and Branches of Earth Science Daily Objective(s): We will discuss analyze how scientific data is.
Science Life Science –Botany –Zoology –Genetics –Ecology Natural Science –Earth Space Science Meteorology Geology Astronomy Oceanography –Physical Science.
THE 3 BRANCHES 3 BRANCHES Earth Science Life Science Physical Science.
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Ch. 1 - The Nature of Science Defining Science Problem-Solving Scientific Method Experimental Design.
Science A process of observing and studying things around you.
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Spectrum Ch. 1: “Introduction to Science”. 1.1: “The Nature of Science” Science has many branches Science has many branches Copy Figure 1-3, pg. 6 into.
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Scientific Method When solving problems scientifically we follow a series of steps to avoid wasting time, effort, and resources. These steps include: When.
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Chapter 1 Sections 1 and 2. 1.What is science? Science is a way of understanding the natural world. 2. What skills do scientists use to understand the.
Nature of Science.
THE BRANCHES OF SCIENCE
Branches of Science What is Science? Science is the methods we use to investigate the world and solve problems. We use the process of science everyday.
Scientific Method Notes Science. Vocabulary Scientific method – A systematic approach to problem solving. Hypothesis – a proposed solution to a scientific.
Section 1. A. Science is a system of knowledge and the methods you use to find that knowledge. B. Technology is the use of knowledge to solve practical.
Introduction to ScienceSection 1 SCSh8 Students will understand important features of the process of scientific inquiry.
“Intro to Science” A. What is science? 1. Science is the process of observing and studying everything in the natural world. B. Why do we study science?
What is Science? Science is a body of knowledge obtained through study and observation.
Earth Science Chapter 1-1.
Introduction to Science / Branches of Science There are three main branches of science: a. Physical science (physics, chemistry,
The Scientific Method. What is chemistry? The study of matter, its structure, properties, and composition, and the changes it undergoes.
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Physics – The Basic Science Topics Scientific Method Identify Variables Scientific Attitude Science & Technology Activities Class Work.
Introduction to Earth Science. There are _____ major areas in Earth Science. __________ is the study of space. ____________ is the study of the Earth’s.
EARTH SCIENCE CHAPTER 1: THE NATURE OF SCIENCE. I. What is Earth Science? A. Science 1. process of observing and studying things in our world. 2. enables.
Introduction to Science Dr. Bixler-Zalesinsky. Question of the Day What do you want to learn in Chemistry this year?
The World of Physical Science
The Nature of Science Section 1 What is Science? Science – a way of learning about the natural world. Scientists ask questions about the natural world,
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