Phillips_L_w1_ScientificMethod

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Tools For Problem Solving 1 Tools for Problem Solving Lisa Phillips Earth Science PHSC 1001-1 Dr. Gabriel Clay Walden University October 23, 2009 Excellent work Lisa! Well written Good introductory . A more detailed description of the scientific method would be better. Excellent description of the purpose of the scientific method! Good explanation of the importance of critical thinking and the scientific method in every day life. Very good example of how you used elements of the scientific method to solve a problem Concluding paragraph provides a good summary of the body of the text. Nice use of reference sources. Overall very nice work! 43/45
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Tools For Problem Solving 3 The Scientific Method is very important to science and in life. Critical thinking also can be a useful skill in science and life. Both the Scientific Method and critical thinking share common concepts. The steps in both the Scientific Method and critical thinking are intended to help solve problems. These steps are useful to both science and real life. Knowing these two strategies will help to succeed in both college and in life. The Scientific Method is a basic method that scientist use to answer questions related to the natural world. The word “natural” used in the previous sentence includes the entire physical universe. This method is not restricted to science, and one does not have to be a scientist to
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course PHSC 1001 taught by Professor Gabrielclay during the Fall '09 term at Walden University.

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