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Science notes for 6th, 7th and 8th grade for the week of November 1st, 2010

Science notes for 6th, 7th and 8th grade for the week of November 1st, 2010

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  • 1. “Scientific Method”
  • 2.  Expectations of Class  Note taking  Journals  Website  Scientific Method Lesson
  • 3. •No Gum/Food •Raise hand if you need to get out of your desk/throw anything out/ask questions/bathroom/locker/need ANYTHING and wait to be called on. •Work quietly, in your seat and independently when it is individual time. •Work quietly, in your seat and cooperatively when it is group time. •No horsing around. •Be a Man or Lady in Christ at ALL times. •If you need to leave the class you MUST ask AND have a pass signed, dated and timed from your assignment notebook.
  • 4. 1.) Put everything down/be still 2.) Face forward 3.) Eyes on Speaker 4.) Be quiet 5.) Listen
  • 5. 1.) Social Studies Book & Journal 2.) Science Book & Journal 3.) Notebook 4.) Pen 5.)Good attitude
  • 6. • Science Transition • Observation Warm up • Prepare for Science Section 1)Monday a.Lecture 2)Tuesday a.Application of Lecture - Labs 3)Wednesday a.Lecture 4)Thursday a.Application of Lecture - Labs 5)Friday a.Pop Quiz/Test/Discussion/Review
  • 7. • Labs – 35% • Journal – 35% - Warm up - Cool down - Handouts - Note taking • Tests - 20% • Quiz/Participation – 10%
  • 8.  Whatever is on power point WRITE DOWN in your Science Journal under “Notes”  If you missed the notes you can get it by: ◦ Asking a friend ◦ Getting it from the computer lab ◦ Going to www.sliwinskistuff.blogspot.com
  • 9.  35% of your grade  MUST include the following on a DAILY basis: ◦ Date ◦ Warm-up ◦ Notes ◦ Handouts pasted ◦ Cool-down - Will be RANDOMLY collected as a check up. - Do not lose it or even think of coming into class without it!!!!
  • 10.  www.sliwinskistuff.blogspot.com  All Lecture notes, videos used in class, study guides, handouts, etc. will be posted within 48 hours.  Homework and project information will be on here.  Ms. S will not give extra copies of any material.  Check it often!!!
  • 11. ◦ http://www.tuckahoe.k12.ny.us/Science%20pdfs/Sc ientific%20Method/ds%20Scientific%20Method%20a nd%20Graphing.pdf
  • 12.  What is the purpose of science? (1 complete sentence)  Name six steps of the scientific method. (List)  What did you learn today? (2-3 complete sentences)
  • 13. Scientific Method Lab
  • 14.  http://www.uga.edu/srel/kidsdoscience/gam es/observation-puzzle.pdf  Answer the questions in your Journal
  • 15. The scientific method is the only scientific way accepted to back up a theory or idea. This is the method on which all research projects should be based. The Scientific Method is used by researchers to support or disprove a theory.
  • 16. The Scientific Method involves 6 steps: State the Problem GATHER INFORMATION Hypothesis Test Hypothesis Record and Analyze Conclusion
  • 17. STATE THE PROBLEM Question- You ask a question about what you observe. State the problem or question.
  • 18. GATHER INFORMATION Observation- You observe something in the material world, using your senses or machines which are basically extensions of those senses. AH—Look at this!
  • 19. HYPOTHESIS Hypothesis- You predict what you think the answer to your question might be.
  • 20. TEST THE HYPOTHESIS Method - You figure out a way to test whether the hypothesis is correct. The outcome must be measurable (quantifiable). Record and analyze data.
  • 21. RECORD AND ANALYZE Result- You do the experiment using the method you came up with and record the results. You repeat the experiment to confirm your results by retesting.
  • 22. CONCLUSION State Conclusion- You state whether your prediction was confirmed or not and try to explain your results.
  • 23. http://www.occc.edu/biologyl abs/Documents/Scientific%20 Method/Car_not_start.htm
  • 24.  Could David had more than two hypothesis? If so, give one more. (3-4 complete sentences)  Put in order: ◦ Hypothesizing ◦ Conclusion ◦ Experimentation/Test the Hypothesis ◦ Gather information ◦ Record/Analyze ◦ State the Problem
  • 25. Scientific Method
  • 26.  Experimental group ◦ The group on which a test is performed  Control group ◦ The group used as a standard for comparison  Constants ◦ Conditions present in the control and experimental groups that remain the same throughout the experiment  Variables ◦ Conditions present only in the experimental group ◦ Always make sure there is only one per experiment!
  • 27. http://www.brainpop.com/science/scientificin quiry/scientificmethod/ POP Quiz http://www.brainpop.com/science/scientificin quiry/scientificmethod/quiz/
  • 28.  Tim and Moby want you to help them! ◦ http://www.brainpop.com/science/scientificinquiry /scientificmethod/activity/
  • 29.  Come up with a problem, some information on it and formulate a Hypothesis.
  • 30.  What is the difference between an experimental group and a control group?  What is the difference between a constant and variable in an experiment?
  • 31. State the Problem Gather Information Formulate Hypothesis Test the Hypothesis Results support Hypothesis Conclusion Results do NOT support Hypothesis Conclusion
  • 32. QUESTION: Could a skydiver whose parachute failed to open hit a playground seesaw and send a small girl flying seven stories high? http://dsc.discovery.com/videos/mythbusters- seesaw-saga/
  • 33. CONCLUSION TEST HYPOTHESIS FORMULATE HYPOTHESIS GATHER INFORMATION STATE THE PROBLEM Could a skydiver whose parachute failed to open hit a playground seesaw and send a small girl flying seven stories high? WRITE YOUR OWN GRAPHIC ORGANIZER WITH THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD IN YOUR JOURNAL!!!
  • 34. CONCLUSION If a skydiver’s parachute didn’t’ open and he landed on a seesaw with a little girl on the other end of the seesaw, she would fly at least 7 stories high. TEST HYPOTHESIS Video showed the girl passed the wall designated as 7 stories. She actually went further. FORMULATE HYPOTHESIS If a skydiver’s parachute didn’t open and he landed on a seesaw with a little girl on the other end, she would fly 7 stories high. GATHER INFORMATION Drop something on a seesaw like device the other side will pop up. STATE THE PROBLEM Could a skydiver whose parachute failed to open hit a playground seesaw and send a small girl flying seven stories high?
  • 35. -Work together to put it in a graphic organizer. -Put both of your names on each other’s Graphic Organizer (G.O). -Paste your partner’s G.O. in your journal and date it.
  • 36.  Know the correct order of the Scientific Method  Know how to apply the Scientific Method  Know the following terms: ◦ Scientific Method ◦ Hypothesis ◦ Experimental Group ◦ Control Group ◦ Constants ◦ Variables
  • 37.  What did you learn today?
  • 38. Assess JEOPARDY