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HOW SCIENTISTS WORK CHARLOTTE KEYLON LOWES PRIMARY
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INVESTIGATING OBSERVE AND ASK A QUESTION. FORM A HYPOTHESIS. PLAN A FAIR TEST. DO THE TEST. DRAW CONCLUSIONS. COMMUNICATE THE RESULTS.
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OBSERVE USE YOUR FIVE SENSES TO HELP YOU LEARN.
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COMPARE DIFFERENT. TELL HOW THINGS ARE ALIKE AND
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SEQUENCE PUT THINGS IN TIME ORDER TO SHOW CHANGES.
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CLASSIFY SORT OBJECTS INTO GROUPS TO SHOW HOW THEY ARE ALIKE.
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INFER USE WHAT YOU KNOW TO MAKE A GOOD GUESS ABOUT WHY SOMETHING IS HAPPENING.
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FORM A HYPOTHESIS MAKE A STATEMENT THAT TELLS WHAT WILL HAPPEN. YOU
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Unformatted text preview: MUST BE ABLE TO TEST THE STATEMENT. MAKE MODELS • MAKE SOMETHING TO SHOW WHAT A THING IS LIKE OR HOW IT WORKS. MEASURE • USE TOOLS TO FIND OUT HOW MUCH OR HOW FAR. PREDICT • USE WHAT YOU KNOW TO MAKE A GOOD GUESS ABOUT WHAT WILL HAPPEN. DRAW CONCLUSIONS • USE ALL THE INFORMATION YOU HAVE GATHERED TO MAKE DECISIONS. COMMUNICATE . SHARE WHAT YOU KNOW BY TELLING OR SHOWING OTHERS. “ LEARNING SCIENCE IS SOMETHING STUDENTS DO, NOT SOMETHHING THAT IS DONE TO THEM.” NATIONAL SCIENCE EDUCATION STANDARDS....
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