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This is a presentation that features the road runner. It explains the scientific method. Original author is unknown.

This is a presentation that features the road runner. It explains the scientific method. Original author is unknown.

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  • This PowerPoint Outlines the Steps of Scientific Investigation
  • Make an Observation & Ask a Question Ask a question that you can answer by performing an experiment
  • Do Research
    • Learn as much as you can about the research topic.
    • Research may be needed before and after you decide what to do in your experiment .
  • Form a Hypothesis
    • Suggest an idea that can be tested by an experiment
  • Hypothesis
    • An idea that can be tested by experiment or observation.
  • Design an Experiment
    • Decide what steps you need to test your hypothesis.
    • Figure out what equipment you need.
    • Create a model if necessary.
    • Identify the variable for your experiment.
  • Variable
    • A condition that is changed in order to find out the effect of that change .
  • Perform the Experiment
  • Gather Data
    • Record your observations.
    • This may include taking measurements or making drawings, tables, graphs, or charts.
  • Analyze Data & Draw Conclusions
    • Examine data to see if the hypothesis is supported. Create a model that explains your results.
  • Communicate Results
    • Share results with others and get feedback.
  • Identify Questions for Further Investigation
    • Can your experiment be improved? Does it lead you to ask more questions?