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  • 1. Life And The Science trivia Version 2.0<br />
  • 2. Instructions<br />This game is fairly simple, There is 1 question and 3 answers on each slide. Your job is to determine the true answer. Each question has a pre determined amount of fake money. The more money the more difficult the question. The group with the most money at the end gets candy. Be careful though there is a 1 minute time-limit per question. Everyone should now determine a team leader who will tell the groups answer. YOU CAN’T LOSE $$$<br />Awwing at the cute pictures is prohibitid.<br />The following is an example of the game<br />
  • 3. Our Science Teacher Is …500$<br />A ) The Best !!<br />B ) The Worst!!<br />C ) What Was The Question?! I was Asleep…<br />
  • 4. What Was Your Groups Choice? After every question we will come to you asking for an answer, if you&apos;re not ready than that sucks for you. <br />
  • 5. Our Science Teacher Is …500$<br />A ) The Best !!<br />B ) The Worst!!<br />C ) What Was The Question?! I was Asleep…<br />
  • 6. There will always be a random slide after a question so we can award cash. Be ready because the question comes right after it.<br />
  • 7.
  • 8. Identify The Three Main Branches Of Science100$<br />A ) Life Science ,Earth Science, Physical Science<br />B ) Here, There, Everywhere<br />C ) How Should I Know That?<br />
  • 9. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 10. Identify The Three Main Branches Of Science100$<br />A ) Life Science ,Earth Science, Physical Science<br />B ) Here, There, Everywhere<br />C ) How Should I Know That?<br />
  • 11.
  • 12. Identify questions that science cannot answer.<br />100$<br />A) Computers, Literature, Math<br />B) Spanish, English, Art<br />C) Politics, Literature, and Art<br />
  • 13. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 14. Identify questions that science cannot answer.<br />100$<br />A) Computers, Literature, Math<br />B) Spanish, English, Art<br />C) Politics, Literature, and Art<br />
  • 15.
  • 16. What is a theory?<br />150$<br />A) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.<br />B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.<br />C) A System is are a collection of structures, cycles, and processes.<br />
  • 17. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 18. What is a theory?<br />150$<br />A) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.<br />B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.<br />C) A System is are a collection of structures, cycles, and processes.<br />
  • 19.
  • 20. What is a system<br />100$<br />A) A group of animals that are in a pack<br />B) An environment were animals interact <br />C) A System is are a collection of structures, cycles, and processes<br />
  • 21. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 22. What is a system<br />100$<br />A) A group of animals that are in a pack<br />B) An environment were animals interact <br />C) A System is a collection of structures, cycles, and processes<br />
  • 23.
  • 24. Classify the following statement as a theory or a law or neither: Heating the air in a hot-air balloon causes the balloon to rise. <br />200$<br />A) TheoryB) LawC) Neither<br />
  • 25. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 26. Classify the following statement as a theory or a law or neither: Heating the air in a hot-air balloon causes the balloon to rise. <br />200$<br />A) TheoryB) LawC) Neither<br />
  • 27.
  • 28. Define hypothesis.<br />150$<br />a reasonable guess that can be tested and is based on what is known and what is observed<br />An educated guess.<br />*Looking off the person side of your paper who has the right answer* It’s C I know it!!<br />
  • 29. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 30. Define hypothesis.<br />150$<br />a reasonable guess that can be tested and is based on what is known and what is observed<br />An educated guess.<br />*Looking off the person side of your paper who has the right answer* It’s C I know it!!<br />
  • 31.
  • 32. What is an independent variable<br />200$<br />A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter<br /> A Factor that is kept the same by the experimenter<br /> A group of animals that are in a pack<br />
  • 33. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 34. What is an independent variable<br />200$<br />A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter<br /> A Factor that is kept the same by the experimenter<br />A) A group of animals that are in a pack<br />
  • 35.
  • 36. What is an dependent variable.<br />200$<br />A) A factor that may change as a result of changes purposely made to the independent variable.<br />B) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter<br />C) You realy think I actually pay attention? That’s cute<br />
  • 37. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 38. What is an dependent variable.<br />200$<br />A) A factor that may change as a result of changes purposely made to the independent variable.<br />B) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter<br />C) You realy think I actually pay attention? That’s cute<br />
  • 39.
  • 40. What is the scientific method<br />100$<br />A) Processes scientists use to collect information and answer questions<br />B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.<br />C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole<br />
  • 41. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 42. What is the scientific method<br />100$<br />A) Processes scientists use to collect information and answer questions<br />B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.<br />C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole<br />
  • 43.
  • 44. What is a constant <br />50$<br />A) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter<br />B) to draw a conclusion based on observation<br />C) A variable that is not changed in an experiment.<br />
  • 45. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 46. What is a constant <br />50$<br />A) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter<br />B) to draw a conclusion based on observation<br />C) A variable that is not changed in an experiment.<br />
  • 47.
  • 48. What is a system<br />100 $<br />A) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.<br />B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.<br />C) A Factor that is kept the same by the experimenter<br />
  • 49. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 50. What is a system<br />100 $<br />A) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.<br />B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.<br />C) A Factor that is kept the same by the experimenter<br />
  • 51.
  • 52. What is an observation<br />100$<br />A) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter<br />B) Politics, Literature, and Art<br />C) A record or description of an occurrence or pattern in nature<br />
  • 53. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 54. What is an observation<br />100$<br />A) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter<br />B) Politics, Literature, and Art<br />C) A record or description of an occurrence or pattern in nature<br />
  • 55.
  • 56. What is to infer.<br />200$<br />to draw a conclusion based on observation<br />An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.<br />To think<br />
  • 57. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 58. What is to infer.<br />200$<br />to draw a conclusion based on observation<br />An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.<br />To think<br />
  • 59.
  • 60. What is a prediction<br />50$<br />A) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.<br />B) An educated guess as to what is going to happen based on observation<br />C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.<br />
  • 61. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 62. What is a prediction<br />50$<br />A) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.<br />B) An educated guess as to what is going to happen based on observation<br />C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.<br />
  • 63.
  • 64. How can data be collected<br />100$<br />A) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings<br />B) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.<br />C) A variable that is not changed in an experiment.<br />
  • 65. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 66. How can data be collected<br />100$<br />A) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings<br />B) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.<br />C) A variable that is not changed in an experiment.<br />
  • 67.
  • 68. Why it is important that scientific experiments be repeated.<br />200$<br />A) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings<br />B) To make the results accurate<br />C) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter<br />
  • 69. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 70. Why it is important that scientific experiments be repeated.<br />200$<br />A) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings<br />B) To make the results accurate<br />C) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter<br />
  • 71.
  • 72. What is life science about<br />150$<br />A) The study of living systems and the ways in which they interact<br />B) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings<br />C) to draw a conclusion based on observation<br />
  • 73. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 74. What is life science about<br />150$<br />A) The study of living systems and the ways in which they interact<br />B) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings<br />C) to draw a conclusion based on observation<br />
  • 75.
  • 76. What is earh science about<br />150$<br />A) Life Science ,Earth Science, Physical Science<br />B) The study of Earth systems and the systems in space <br />C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.<br />
  • 77. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 78. What is earh science about<br />150$<br />A) Life Science ,Earth Science, Physical Science<br />B) The study of Earth systems and the systems in space <br />C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.<br />
  • 79.
  • 80. What is physical science about<br />150$<br />A)The study of matter and energy<br />B) The study of the earth<br />C) The study of life<br />
  • 81. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 82. What is physical science about<br />150$<br />A)The study of matter and energy<br />B) The study of the earth<br />C) The study of life<br />
  • 83.
  • 84. What is a controled expariment<br />200<br />changing one factor and observing its effect on another while keeping all other factors constant.<br />To make the results accurate<br />Are we done yet????<br />
  • 85. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 86. What is a controled expariment<br />200<br />changing one factor and observing its effect on another while keeping all other factors constant.<br />To make the results accurate<br />Are we done yet????<br />
  • 87.
  • 88. Which of following best describes science?<br />A theory made from Charles Darwin<br />B) Part of everyday life, process used to investigate what is happening around us in order to solve problems<br />C) The study of animals, math, and thing only needed to be learned in school<br />
  • 89. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 90. Which of following best describes science?<br />100$<br />A theory made from Charles Darwin<br />B) Part of everyday life, process used to investigate what is happening around us in order to solve problems<br />C) The study of animals, math, and thing only needed to be learned in school<br />
  • 91.
  • 92. What is the first step of the Scientific method?<br />100$<br />A) Ask a question<br />B) Construct a hypothesis<br />C) Test experiment <br />
  • 93. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 94. What is the first step of the Scientific method?<br />100$<br />A) Ask a question<br />B) Construct a hypothesis<br />C) Test experiment <br />
  • 95.
  • 96. True or False? The study of science was found in 1900’s.<br />100$<br />True<br />False<br />
  • 97. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 98. True or False? The study of science was found in 1900’s.<br />100$<br />True<br />False<br />
  • 99.
  • 100. True or False? If you make a hypothesis it’s going to be right. <br />100$<br />True<br />False<br />
  • 101. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 102. True or False? If you make a hypothesis it’s going to be right. <br />100$<br />True<br />False<br />
  • 103.
  • 104. When conducting a science experiment, is there really any need to have a re-trial?<br />150$<br />A) Yes because you learn extra about experiment<br />B) No not if you’re sure your results are correct<br />C) Yes to make sure your results are correct<br />
  • 105. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 106. When conducting a science experiment, is there really any need to have a re-trial?<br />150$<br />A) Yes because you learn extra about experiment<br />B) No not if you’re sure your results are correct<br />C) Yes to make sure your results are correct<br />
  • 107.
  • 108. Which tool would be most helpful in recording results?<br />100$<br />A) Data Table<br />B) Piece of paper <br />C) Keep stored in your head<br />
  • 109. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 110. Which tool would be most helpful in recording results?<br />100$<br />A) Data Table<br />B) Piece of paper <br />C) Keep stored in your head<br />
  • 111.
  • 112. A variable is something that has been…<br />100$<br />A) Purposely is changed by the experimenter<br />B) Factor that may change as a result of changes<br />C) I give up!!!!!!!!<br />
  • 113. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 114. A variable is something that has been…<br />100$<br />A) Purposely is changed by the experimenter<br />B) Factor that may change as a result of changes<br />C) I give up!!!!!!!!<br />
  • 115.
  • 116. True or False? Science is not possible without numbers.<br />200$<br />A) True <br />B) False<br />
  • 117. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 118. True or False? Science is not possible without numbers.<br />200$<br />A) True <br />B) False<br />
  • 119.
  • 120. How does science have anything to do with everyday life?<br />100$<br />A) Everything, science is a part of everyday life<br />B) Only anything that have to do with your body<br />C) Nothing at all<br />
  • 121. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 122. How does science have anything to do with everyday life?<br />100$<br />A) Everything, science is a part of everyday life<br />B) Only anything that have to do with your body<br />C) Nothing at all<br />
  • 123.
  • 124. True or False? Scientist use tools to measure.<br />100$<br />A)True <br />B)False<br />
  • 125. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 126. True or False? Scientist use tools to measure.<br />100$<br />A)True <br />B)False<br />
  • 127.
  • 128. Name all the steps of scientific method in order.<br />300$<br />Form conclusion<br />Conduct research<br />Form a hypothesis<br />Communicate results<br />Identify a problem<br />Analyze Data<br />Test hypothesis<br />
  • 129. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 130. 1) Identify a problem<br />2) Conduct research<br />3) Form a hypothesis<br />4) Test hypothesis<br />5) Analyze Data<br />6) Form conclusion<br />7) Communicate results<br />
  • 131.
  • 132. To make sure experimental results are valid, which of these procedures must be followed?<br />150$<br />A) conduct multiple trials<br />B) pick two hypothesis<br />C) add bias<br />D) communicate uncertain results<br />
  • 133. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 134. To make sure experimental results are valid, which of these procedures must be followed?<br />150$<br />A) conduct multiple trials<br />B) pick two hypothesis<br />C) add bias<br />D) communicate uncertain results<br />
  • 135.
  • 136. Predictions about what will happen can be based on which of the following? <br />200$<br />A) controls<br />B) technology<br />C) prior knowledge<br />D) number of trials<br />
  • 137. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 138. Predictions about what will happen can be based on which of the following? <br />200$<br />A) controls<br />B) technology<br />C) prior knowledge<br />D) number of trials<br />
  • 139.
  • 140. Which of the following is NOT considered technology?<br />100$<br />A) radio<br />B) calculator<br />C) piece of coal<br />D) medical facility<br />
  • 141. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 142. Which of the following is NOT considered technology?<br />100$<br />A) radio<br />B) calculator<br />C) piece of coal<br />D) medical facility<br />
  • 143.
  • 144. In an experiment on bacteria, using different amounts of antibiotics is an example of which of the following?<br />150$<br />A) control<br />B) hypothesis<br />C) bias<br />D) variable<br />
  • 145. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 146. In an experiment on bacteria, using different amounts of antibiotics is an example of which of the following?<br />150$<br />A) control<br />B) hypothesis<br />C) bias<br />D) variable<br />
  • 147.
  • 148. Computers are used in science to do which of the following processes?<br />200$<br />A) analyze data<br />B) make models<br />C) communicate with other scientists<br />D) all of the above<br />
  • 149. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 150. Computers are used in science to do which of the following processes?<br />200$<br />A) analyze data<br />B) make models<br />C) communicate with other scientists<br />D) all of the above<br />
  • 151.
  • 152. If you use a computer to make a three-dimensional picture of a building, it is an example of which of the following?<br />100$<br />A) model<br />B) hypothesis<br />C) control<br />D) variable<br />
  • 153. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 154. If you use a computer to make a three-dimensional picture of a building, it is an example of which of the following?<br />100$<br />A) model<br />B) hypothesis<br />C) control<br />D) variable<br />
  • 155.
  • 156. When scientists make a prediction that can be tested, what skill is being used?<br />100$<br />A) hypothesizing<br />B) inferring<br />C) taking measurements<br />D) making models<br />
  • 157. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 158. When scientists make a prediction that can be tested, what skill is being used?<br />100$<br />A) hypothesizing<br />B) inferring<br />C) taking measurements<br />D) making models<br />
  • 159.
  • 160. In science, a _______ represents things that happen too slowly, too quickly, or are too big or too small to observe directly.<br />100$<br />A) control<br />B) variable<br />C) model<br />
  • 161. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 162. In science, a _______ represents things that happen too slowly, too quickly, or are too big or too small to observe directly.<br />100$<br />A) control<br />B) variable<br />C) model<br />
  • 163.
  • 164. Which of the following is the first step toward finding a solution?<br />100$<br />A) analyze data<br />B) draw a conclusion<br />C) identify the problem<br />D) test the hypothesis<br />
  • 165. What Was Your Groups Choice? <br />
  • 166. Which of the following is the first step toward finding a solution?<br />100$<br />A) analyze data<br />B) draw a conclusion<br />C) identify the problem<br />D) test the hypothesis<br />
  • 167. YOU MAY GO BACK TO YOUR RESPECTIVE LIVES NOW.<br />

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