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Tuesday, October 30th AGENDA:
Todayâ€™s Goal: Students will be able to explain the difference between qualitative / quantitative variables and independent / dependent variables. Homework 1. Classroom Materials (see p. 3) 2. Qualitative / Quantitative Variables & (p. 9-10) AGENDA: 1 â€“ Bell Ringer 2 â€“ Homework Review 3 â€“ Quantitative & Qualitative Variables 4 â€“ Independent & Dependent Variables 5 â€“ Exit Ticket Friday is the last day for late assignments

Tuesday, October 30th Objective: Students will be able to explain the difference between qualitative / quantitative variables and independent / dependent variables. Bell Ringer (p. 15): When you look at the following object, list all the characteristics you see: Of the characteristics you listed, which were quantities? Which characteristics could you not quantify?

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Tuesday, October 30th Objective: Students will be able to explain the difference between qualitative / quantitative variables and independent / dependent variables. Bell Ringer (p. 15): When you look at the following object, list all the characteristics you see: Of the characteristics you listed, which were quantities? Which characteristics could you not quantify?

3 MINUTES REMAININGâ€¦

Tuesday, October 30th Objective: Students will be able to explain the difference between qualitative / quantitative variables and independent / dependent variables. Bell Ringer (p. 15): When you look at the following object, list all the characteristics you see: Of the characteristics you listed, which were quantities? Which characteristics could you not quantify?

2 MINUTES REMAININGâ€¦

Tuesday, October 30th Objective: Students will be able to explain the difference between qualitative / quantitative variables and independent / dependent variables. Bell Ringer (p. 15): When you look at the following object, list all the characteristics you see: Of the characteristics you listed, which were quantities? Which characteristics could you not quantify?

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Tuesday, October 30th Objective: Students will be able to explain the difference between qualitative / quantitative variables and independent / dependent variables. Bell Ringer (p. 15): When you look at the following object, list all the characteristics you see: Of the characteristics you listed, which were quantities? Which characteristics could you not quantify?

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Tuesday, October 30th Objective: Students will be able to explain the difference between qualitative / quantitative variables and independent / dependent variables. Bell Ringer (p. 15): When you look at the following object, list all the characteristics you see: Of the characteristics you listed, which were quantities? Which characteristics could you not quantify?

BELL-RINGER TIME IS UP!

Tuesday, October 30th Objective: Students will be able to explain the difference between qualitative / quantitative variables and independent / dependent variables. Bell Ringer (p. 15): When you look at the following object, list all the characteristics you see: Of the characteristics you listed, which were quantities? Which characteristics could you not quantify?

Tuesday, October 30th AGENDA:
Todayâ€™s Goal: Students will be able to explain the difference between qualitative / quantitative variables and independent / dependent variables. Homework 1. Classroom Materials (see p. 3) 2. Qualitative / Quantitative Variables & (p. 9-10) AGENDA: 1 â€“ Bell Ringer 2 â€“ Homework Review 3 â€“ Quantitative & Qualitative Variables 4 â€“ Independent & Dependent Variables 5 â€“ Exit Ticket Friday is the last day for late assignments

Shout Outs Period 1 â€“ Kemo Period 2 â€“ Vincent Period 3 â€“ Chelsea

Homework 1. Classroom Materials â€“ Bring classroom materials from page 3 by Thursday at the latest. I will not provide calculators or writing utensils for the rest of the year. 2. Variables Homeworkâ€“ Page 9-10

Homework Review 1. Based on the data, which shoes would you advise Mr. Spring to wear for his marathon? Why? (This is the conclusion) 2. What was the question Mr. Spring needed to answer?

Homework Review 3. How did Mr. Spring gather background information about other shoes? Â Â  4. Why did Mr. Spring use the scientific method to solve this problem? What is the purpose of the scientific method? 5. How did Mr. Spring test his hypothesis? What was his procedure?

Week 8 Monday 10/29 â€“ Scientific Method
Weekly Agenda Monday 10/29 â€“ Scientific Method Tuesday 10/39 â€“ Types of Variables Wednesday 10/31 â€“ Precision & Accuracy, Chemical & Physical Changes Thursday 11/1 â€“ Review Friday 11/2 â€“ Review

CHAMPS for October 30th C â€“ Conversation â€“ No talking unless directed H â€“ Help â€“ RAISE HAND for questions A â€“ Activity â€“ Take notes so you can study later. M â€“ Materials and Movement â€“ Pen/Pencil, Paper P â€“ Participation â€“ Take notes, answer questions S â€“ Success â€“ Understand the Scientific Method

Notes: Please take out your notebook or a piece of binder paper
Topic: Data Analysis Date: 10/30/2012

Notes: Data Analysis Quantitative â€“ Results from measurement; i.e. mass, volume, length, time. Qualitative â€“ Deals with descriptions (color, beauty, shape).

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
Chief Keefe is a good rapper. Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
Chief Keefe is a good rapper. Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
I have two iPhone 5â€™s Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
I have two iPhone 5â€™s Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
This is a beautiful car. Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
This is a beautiful car. Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
There are three hamburgers on the plate. Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
There are three hamburgers on the plate. Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
The guy on the right is tall. Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
The guy on the right is tall. Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
The guy on the right is 6 foot 10. Qualitative or Quantitative?

Classify as Qualitative or Quantitative
The guy on the right is 6 foot 10. Qualitative or Quantitative?

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g __________ large _________ blue _________heavy ________ small _________ 78Â°C _________long _________ 3.4 cm ________

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? . 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g __________ large _________ blue _________heavy ________ small _________ 78Â°C _________long _________ 3.4 cm ________

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? Qualitative observation â€“ Observation based on description. Quantitative observationâ€“ Observation based on measurement. 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g __________ large _________ blue _________heavy ________ small _________ 78Â°C _________long _________ 3.4 cm ________

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? Qualitative observation â€“ Observation based on description. Quantitative observationâ€“ Observation based on measurement. 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g _____N____ large ________ blue _________heavy ________ small _________ 78Â°C _________long _________ 3.4 cm ________

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? Qualitative observation â€“ Observation based on description. Quantitative observationâ€“ Observation based on measurement. 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g _____N____ large ___L____ blue _________heavy ________ small _________ 78Â°C _________long _________ 3.4 cm ________

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? Qualitative observation â€“ Observation based on description. Quantitative observationâ€“ Observation based on measurement. 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g _____N____ large ___L____ blue ___L_____ heavy ___L____ small _________ 78Â°C _________long _________ 3.4 cm ________

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? Qualitative observation â€“ Observation based on description. Quantitative observationâ€“ Observation based on measurement. 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g _____N____ large ___L____ blue ____L____ heavy ___L____ small _________ 78Â°C _________long _________ 3.4 cm _________

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? Qualitative observation â€“ Observation based on description. Quantitative observationâ€“ Observation based on measurement. 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g _____N____ large ___L____ blue ____L____ heavy ___L____ small ____L____ 78Â°C ________long _________ 3.4 cm _________

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? Qualitative observation â€“ Observation based on description. Quantitative observationâ€“ Observation based on measurement. 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g _____N____ large ___L____ blue ____L____ heavy ___L____ small ____L____ 78Â°C ____N___long _________ 3.4 cm _________

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? Qualitative observation â€“ Observation based on description. Quantitative observationâ€“ Observation based on measurement. 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g _____N____ large ___L____ blue ____L____ heavy ___L____ small ____L____ 78Â°C ____N___ long _____L___ 3.4 cm _________

Questions 1-3 in Packet (p. 7)
1. What five senses do we use to make observations? Touch, Smell, Taste, Hearing, Sight 2. What is the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation? Qualitative observation â€“ Observation based on description. Quantitative observationâ€“ Observation based on measurement. 3. Identify each of the following observations as either qualitative (L) or quantitative (N). 30 g _____N____ large ___L____ blue ____L____ heavy ___L____ small ____L____ 78Â°C ____N___ long _____L___ 3.4 cm ___N_____

Notes: Data Analysis (continued)
Observation â€“ Taking in information from your senses. Inference â€“ Making a judgment based on observation What do you observe? What do you infer?

Notes: Data Analysis (continued)
Observation â€“ Taking in information from your senses. Inference â€“ Making a judgment based on observation What do you observe? What do you infer?

Notes: Data Analysis (continued)
What do you observe? What do you infer?

Questions 4 in Packet (p. 7)
Observations Inferences

Notes: Data Analysis Independent Variable â€“ The variable that is changed in an experiment. Dependent Variable â€“ The variable that changes due to a change in the independent variable; measured. Control â€“ Something that is kept the same in an experiment.

Notes: Data Analysis Example: Which fast food placeâ€™s hamburger will make you gain weight the fastest? Independent Variable? Dependent Variable? Control?

Notes: Data Analysis Example: Which fast food placeâ€™s hamburger will make you gain weight the fastest? Independent Variable? Type of hamburger Dependent Variable? Weight gained Control? No hamburgers

Notes: Data Analysis From your homework: What was the: Independent Variable â€“ Dependent Variable â€“ Control â€“

Notes: Data Analysis From your homework: What was the: Independent Variable â€“ Type of shoe Dependent Variable â€“ Control â€“

Notes: Data Analysis From your homework: What was the: Independent Variable â€“ Type of shoe Dependent Variable â€“ Mile Time Control â€“

Notes: Data Analysis From your homework: What was the: Independent Variable â€“ Type of shoe Dependent Variable â€“ Mile Time Control â€“ How far he ran

Question 6 in packet (p. 7) Read the passage to yourself silently. Answer the questions with a partner:

Question 6 in packet (p. 7) 6. What is the independent variable in this experiment? What is the dependent variable in this experiment? Identify one thing that is held constant.

Question 6 in packet (p. 7) 6. What is the independent variable in this experiment? Type of soil. What is the dependent variable in this experiment? Identify one thing that is held constant.

Question 6 in packet (p. 7) 6. What is the independent variable in this experiment? Type of soil. What is the dependent variable in this experiment? Water that flows through Identify one thing that is held constant.

Question 6 in packet (p. 7) 6. What is the independent variable in this experiment? Type of soil. What is the dependent variable in this experiment? Water that flows through Identify one thing that is held constant. Amount of water. Why?

Question 7 in packet (p. 7) 7. What is the independent variable in this experiment? What is the dependent variable in this experiment?

Question 7 in packet (p. 7) 7. What is the independent variable in this experiment? Whatâ€™s in the container What is the dependent variable in this experiment?

Question 7 in packet (p. 7) 7. What is the independent variable in this experiment? Whatâ€™s in the container What is the dependent variable in this experiment? Temperature rise

Question 8 in packet (p. 8) 8. Identify the independent variable in this experiment: Identify the dependent variable in this experiment: Identify two conditions that are held constant (controlled) in this experiment:

Question 8 in packet (p. 8) 8. Identify the independent variable in this experiment: Amount of salt Identify the dependent variable in this experiment: Identify two conditions that are held constant (controlled) in this experiment:

Question 8 in packet (p. 8) 8. Identify the independent variable in this experiment: Amount of salt Identify the dependent variable in this experiment: Plant height Identify two conditions that are held constant (controlled) in this experiment: Same height at start of experiment, same amount of water

Exit Ticket (p. 16) Design an experiment that determine whether studying results in better grades. What is your independent variable? What is your dependent variable? What is your control? Are your observations qualitative or quantitative?