Inquiry1MysteryTube - Inquiry #1: The Mystery Tube Digging...

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Unformatted text preview: Inquiry #1: The Mystery Tube Digging In Immersion Name _______________ 8 th Grade Science Period _____ Date ____ OBJECTIVE (Learning Targets): I can collaborate with other student scientists to solve big and small problems o I can describe and apply the scientific process (method) to solve and research a problem ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do people work together to solve problems? BACKGROUND INFORMATION Its a mystery! Often times in science you are not able to directly see and understand what you are studying. Therefore it is often necessary to make models and use some of our other senses to collect data . You have been assigned to your workstation group to produce an exact copy of the mystery tube demonstrated to you in class without looking inside and using the observations you will record (some of you may have already completed this part). In addition to testing your prediction, you will be stopping periodically to reflect on your use of the scientific process and your collaboration with others to explore how scientists work together to solve...
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course GEO 101 taught by Professor Terpestra during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State University.

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