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  • The Tools Of Science
    A PowerPoint Presentation by:
    C.J. Lewis
  • Tools?
    What are your past experiences?
    What past tools have you worked with?
    Time for some new ones!
    Let’s add to your
  • Our First Tool…THE SPRING SCALE!
    Spring scale?
    How does it work?
    Has anyone ever used one?
  • Next up…THE STOPWATCH!
    Not just for timing runners!
    How many of you have used one?
    Scientific uses.
  • An Old Friend…THE Meter Stick!
    Like a big ruler!
    Centimeters and millimeters.
    Feet?
  • The Measuring Tape
    A flexible meter stick.
    Advantages?
    Outside of class uses?
  • The Magnifying Glass
    Used by detectives…and seventh graders!
    Not just for burning ants.
    Safe uses in class.
  • Models!
    No, not the runway ones.
    Have you ever made a model?
    Solar system model.
  • Feeling Warm? Check the thermometer!
    Celsius
    Fahrenheit
    What things will we check the temperature of?
  • Sieves
    Some people use them for cooking.
    We’ll use them for science!
    Have you ever used one?
  • Microscope
    Very common scientific tool.
    The Michael Jordan
    of science tools.
    Discover exciting things!
  • Microscope Slides
    This is what we’ll be looking at.
    Bacteria, cells, and more. Oh my!
  • Hot, Hot, Hotplates!
    Dangers!
    Uses
    Not a stovetop
  • Ph Meters
    What is Ph?
    Why do we test it?
    Where is it found?
  • Review
    Our new tools.
    Safety. Safety. Safety.
    Lets fill our…
  • Works Cited
    Slide Two and Fifteen - Bradley Stemke, My New Toolbox, May 9th, 2010, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Four - William Warby, Stopwatch, February 29th, 2009, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Five – geishaboy500, Tape Measure, December 30th, 2009, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Six – D. Sharon Pruitt, Free Coiled Tape Measure, January 18th, 2009, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Seven – Woodley Wonderworks, Not Quite Clear On The Subject, September 23rd, 2007, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Eight – Sam Pullara, Anna’s Solar System, May 22nd, 2009, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Nine – Andres Rueda, Banned Mercury-in-glass thermometer, April 2nd, 2009, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Ten – Biology Big Brother, Sieve, March 23rd, 2007, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Eleven – Matthew Hine, modern_microscope.jpg, May 18th, 2006, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Twelve – Yasser, endometrial hyperplasia, April 5th, 2005, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Thirteen – Jeff Keyzer, PID Controlled Hotplate, January 16th, 2009, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Slide Fourteen – lofaesofa, Alkaline Ph, January 26th, 2007, Creative Commons Attribution.