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  • Essential Question #4 By: Michael Dong Block I
  • How is the scientific method used to investigate the world around us?
  • What is the Scientific Method?
    • It refers to bodies of techniques for investigating phenomenon, acquiring new knowledge, or correcting and integrating previous knowledge
    • First ask a question
    • Then do background research
    • After that, construct a hypothesis
    • Then, test your hypothesis with an experiment
    • Analyze the results you got from the experiment and write a conclusion
    • See if your hypothesis is true, partially true, or false
    • Lastly, report your results
    • If your hypothesis is false, thing why and try it again
  • How does it affect the world?
    • It affects the world because, it is used in experiments. Doing experiments will help us know more about the world and we can tell our results to everyone.
  • How does it affect the world? (con.)
    • Another thing is that in the scientific method, the second to last step was draw or write a conclusion. When we share our conclusions, people could take your conclusion and investigate further on it.
  • Cites
    • http://www.sciencebuddies.org/mentoring/overview_scientific_method2.gif
    • http://www.dayinscience.unsw.edu.au/Images/wwd_world2.jpg
    • http://www.cartoonstock.com/lowres/epa1321l.jpg
  • Tanks For Watching, I mean Thanks!!