Presentation on theme: "Quiz 1 - Scientific Processing"— Presentation transcript:
1 Quiz 1 - Scientific Processing Review and Checkpoint
2 Quiz Topic List Control Variables Controls and Constants Science Scientific QuestionHypothesis (2 parts)ConclusionParts of GraphReading a GraphScienceScientist5 sensesObservationsqualitativequantitativeInferencesControl
3 Check Point - Quiz 1 Review 1) What are the 5 senses used for in science? Give an example.2) What is the relationship between the 5 senses and observations?3) List the 5 senses4) List and describe the differences between the two types of observations.5) Make 2 qualitative and 2 quantitative observations about your yourself.
4 6) How are observations used to make inferences 6) How are observations used to make inferences? Use your answers to question 5 to make an inference about yourself.7) Identify and Define the different variables.8) What are controls and constants? Why are they important? How are they different?
5 9) What makes a good scientific question? (Format?) 10) What are the two parts of a hypothesis?11) What should be in a good conclusion? (5 parts?)12) What does a graph show? What are the parts
7 1) 5 senses are used to gather information about the environment, to make observations 2) To make observations you must use your 5 senses3) sight, smell, hear, taste, and touch4) Qualitative obs. describe qualities or traits, and Quantitative obs. describe amounts or numbers5)
8 6) Inferences are explanations based on observations 6) Inferences are explanations based on observations. Inferences are interpretations of data collected using your senses 7) Independent – Cause, what is tested Dependent – Effect, what is measured 8) Controls are the group not tested on, used to compare, the regular or normal group Constants – the materials and set-up that are kept the SAME
9 9) How does ____IV___ affect the ____DV___? 10) If …. IV …. , then the predicted …DV … is …11) A conclusion: restates the purpose; hypothesis; observations; inferences; and explains possible sources of error and further questions12) A graph shows change over time …. All graphs must have a title, axis, scale, and origin.