2 MAIN CONCEPTS SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY BEING A SCIENTIST JOURNALING TECHNIQUESSCIENCE STANDARD #1SCIENTIFIC METHODBSCS 5 E’s OF SCIENCE6 UNIFYING PRINIPLES OF BIOLOGYGRAPHING TECHNIQUESMICROSCOPE USE
3 MAIN CONCEPTS EVOLUTION THE HUMAN ANIMAL CHANGE ACROSS TIME UNITY AND DIVERSITYORGANISMS AND CLASSIFICATION
4 MAIN CONCEPTS HOMEOSTASIS THE CELLULAR BASIS OF ACTIVITY LEVELS OF ORGANIZATIONINTERNAL ENVIRONMENT OF ORGANISMSCELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONMAINTAINING BALANCE IN ORGANISMSBODY SYSTEMS
5 MAIN CONCEPTS ENERGY, MATTER AND ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE AND FITNESS CELLULAR ACTIVITYRESPIRATION AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS
6 BEING A SCIENTIST COOPERATING LIKE A SCIENTIST USUALLY BETTER TO DO SCIENCE IN GROUPSPARTNERS CAN HELP ACCOMPLISH MORECOLLABORATION IS KEY- SEEK OTHER’S OPINIONSCOMPARING DATA AND RESULTSBUILD CONCENSUS!!!
7 COMMUNICATING LIKE A SCIENTIST Folder Set-Up and MaintenanceLeft Folder Pocket- Label ‘Classwork’Right Folder Pocket- Label ‘Skeleton Notes’Three-Ring Section- Add Loose Leaf for Daily PODStart new paper for Unit, Section, Objective, and AssignmentOTHER USES FOR YOUR FOLDERWRITING LAB REPORTSRECORDING DATARESPONDING TO QUESTIONSTAKING NOTESRECORDING YOUR QUESTIONS AND DUTIES
8 COMMUNICATING LIKE A SCIENTIST Daily ProceduresFirst 5 Minutes- Settle Down & Warm UpRecord Date, Unit, Section Objective and Assignments in Middle SectionProblem Of the Day (POD)- Warm UpRecord POD in daily section and attempt to answer.If no POD is displayed, do default warm-up:Write 3 sentences describing what you learned in the previous Biology class
9 SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY VOCABULARY Scientific method refers to a body of techniques for investigating phenomena, acquiring new knowledge, or correcting and integrating previous knowledge. To be termed scientific, a method of inquiry must be based on gathering observable, empirical and measurable evidence subject to specific principles of reasoning. A scientific method consists of the collection of data through observation and experimentation, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses.
11 SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY VOCAB. THEORYA____________is a broad and comprehensive statement of what is believed to be true, supported by considerable experimental evidence resulting from many tests of related hypotheses.A _______________ is a proposed explanation for an observation.A_______________________is an question whose result can be determined scientifically through experimentation. Usually the reason or motivation for performing a lab.A__________________ is an answer, proposition or resolution based on prior knowledge, observation, inference, or the evidence and data gathered in an experiment. What you learned from the experiment!HYPOTHESISTESTABLE QUESTIONCONCLUSION
12 In science, _______________ is the process of acquiring information through your senses or specialized recording equipment, and the accumulation of this data through experimentation. This ___________is used to support or demonstrate the fact that something is true.____________ is a type of observation that based on describing what is going on in the experiment (ie. The car is blue). Whereas _____________ is a type of observation or data that involves measurements, amounts, or numbers.___________The act of deriving a logical conclusion from an observation.OBSERVATIONEVIDENCEQUALITATIVEQUANTITATIVEINFERENCE
13 A___________________________ is a set of procedures through which you control all variables except for one.The _______________________ is a factor in an experiment that is changed ON PURPOSE by those who are conducting that experiment. It is usually plotted on the x-axis of a graph. On the other hand, the ____________________ is a factor in an experiment that changes depending on what happens to the other factors in an experiment. It is usually plotted on the y-axis of a graph.A __________ is something that stays the same throughout an experiment. In many cases, time is used.CONTROLLED EXPERIMENTINDEPENDENT VARIABLEDEPENDENT VARIABLECONSTANT
14 THINKING AS A SCIENTIST THINKS THE BLACK BOX LABUSING THE SCIENTIFIC METHODASK A QUESTIONGATHER INFORMATIONUSE LOGICAL REASONINGMAKE A PREDICTIONTEST YOUR PREDICTIONGATHER DATADRAW A CONCLUSION
17 WRITING LAB REPORTS AND EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN DIAGRAMS
18 THE 6 UNIFYING PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY Evolution- The Patters and Products of Change in Living SystemsHomeostasis- Maintaining Dynamic Equilibrium In Living SystemsEnergy, Matter, and Organization- Relationships in Living SystemsContinuity- Reproduction and Inheritance in Living SystemsDevelopment- Growth and Differentiation in Living SystemsEcology- Interaction and Interdependence in Living Systems
19 THE 5 E’S OF SCIENTIFIC THINKING Engage- Get Interested in the TopicExplore- Find out More About the TopicExplain- Describe the TopicElaborate- Get into Detail About the TopicEvaluate- Summarize What You Learned About the Topic