Nevada Science Standards:
N.12.A.2 Students know scientists maintain a permanent record of procedures, data, analyses, decisions, and understandings of scientific investigations. I/S
N.12.A.3 Students know repeated experimentation allows for statistical analysis and unbiased conclusions. E/S
N.12.A.4 Students know how to safely conduct an original investigation using appropriate tools and technology. E/L
N.12.A.5 Students know models and modeling can be used to identify and predict cause-effect relationships. I/S
Next Generation Science Standards:
The discourse practices of science are organized around disciplinary domains that share exemplars for making decisions regarding the values, instruments, methods, models, and evidence to adopt and use.
Scientific investigations use a variety of methods, tools, and techniques to revise and produce new knowledge.
Read Chapter 1.2 Using a Scientific Approach Pg. 7-11. Outline the reading in your science notebook and include major points and diagrams/tables.
you should focus on the following essential questions:
- What is the goal of a scientific method?
-How does a scientific law differ from a scientific theory?
-Why are scientific models used?
Source: Prentice Hall Physical Science - Concepts in Action
Watch Video and take notes in your science notebook.
Watch video and take notes in your science notebook
Source: Millard Public Schools and minutesofteaching.com
Read article, watch video linked in article
and answer questions at the end.