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Quizz scientific method

  1. 1. Who’s Smarter than a 5th Grade Scientist? <br />Scientific InvestigationSOL Released Test Items only<br />Jody SommerfeldtSPS ITRT <br />
  2. 2. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Which of these belongs in square A of this flow chart?<br />A Bird<br />B Toad<br />C Snake<br />D Fish<br />Science RI 2007 – Q3<br />
  3. 3. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Which of these belongs in square A of this flow chart?<br />D Fish<br />Science RI 2007 – Q3<br />
  4. 4. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Three measurements of the same leaf were taken during June. Based on the graph, how much did the leaf grow in length from June 1 to June 30?<br />F 6 cm<br />G 7 cm<br />H 11 cm<br />J 13 cm<br />Science RI 2007 – Q8<br />
  5. 5. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Three measurements of the same leaf were taken during June. Based on the graph, how much did the leaf grow in length from June 1 to June 30?<br />F 6 cm<br />Science RI 2007 – Q8<br />
  6. 6. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />A student thinks that orange juice will freeze faster than any other substance.She fills identical containers with the same amount of different liquids, then places each in the freezer. She checks them every five minutes and discovers that the orange juice is the last one to freeze and the water is the first to freeze. Which should the student do next?<br />A Change her results to match her original hypothesis.<br />B Repeat her investigation to see if her results are the same.<br />C Conclude that investigations can only be performed on water.<br />D Tell her friends that investigations at school work better than at home.<br />Science RI 2007 – Q11<br />
  7. 7. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />A student thinks that orange juice will freeze faster than any other substance.She fills identical containers with the same amount of different liquids, then places each in the freezer. She checks them every five minutes and discovers that the orange juice is the last one to freeze and the water is the first to freeze. Which should the student do next?<br />B Repeat her investigation to see if her results are the same.<br />Science RI 2007 – Q11<br />
  8. 8. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />In an experiment, Jackson tested to see how the size of rocks affects the amount of dirt that washes away when water flows downhill. Which variable was manipulated?<br />F Amount of water<br />G Slope of the hill<br />H Size of the rocks<br />J Type of dirt<br />Science RI 2007 – Q16<br />
  9. 9. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />In an experiment, Jackson tested to see how the size of rocks affects the amount of dirt that washes away when water flows downhill. Which variable was manipulated?<br />H Size of the rocks<br />Science RI 2007 – Q16<br />
  10. 10. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />A group of students was preparing an activity to determine whether certain materials will float or sink when placed on water. Before the experiment started, one student said, “I think the sponge will float.” This statement was —<br />F a conclusion<br />G a fact<br />H an observation<br />J a prediction<br />Science RI 2007 – Q18<br />
  11. 11. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />A group of students was preparing an activity to determine whether certain materials will float or sink when placed on water. Before the experiment started, one student said, “I think the sponge will float.” This statement was —<br />J a prediction<br />Science RI 2007 – Q18<br />
  12. 12. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Sandy is conducting an investigation to find out which food his dog likes best. Which is the manipulated variable in his investigation?<br />F The color of his dog’s food dish<br />G The kind of food he gives his dog<br />H The amount of food he gives his dog<br />J The time of day he feeds his dog<br />Science RI 2007 – Q22<br />
  13. 13. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Sandy is conducting an investigation to find out which food his dog likes best. Which is the manipulated variable in his investigation?<br />G The kind of food he gives his dog<br />Science RI 2007 – Q22<br />
  14. 14. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />To find out which soil absorbs (holds) moisture best, each container shown must —<br />A be made of a different material<br />B have soil from the same place<br />C be tested by the same person<br />D contain the same amount of soil<br />Science RI 2007 – Q29<br />
  15. 15. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />To find out which soil absorbs (holds) moisture best, each container shown must —<br />D contain the same amount of soil<br />Science RI 2007 – Q29<br />
  16. 16. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Jack grew some very small organisms in a jar of pond water. Each day, he counted the number of organisms he saw on a slide. Then he estimated how many organisms were in the jar. About how many organisms did he estimate were in the jar on day 15?<br />F 1000<br />G 1500<br />H 2000<br />J 2500<br />Science RI 2007 – Q34<br />
  17. 17. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Jack grew some very small organisms in a jar of pond water. Each day, he counted the number of organisms he saw on a slide. Then he estimated how many organisms were in the jar. About how many organisms did he estimate were in the jar on day 15?<br />J 2500<br />Science RI 2007 – Q34<br />
  18. 18. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Which of these is probably the slowest fish?<br />Science RI 2007 – Q36<br />
  19. 19. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Which of these is probably the slowest fish?<br />Science RI 2007 – Q36<br />
  20. 20. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Which of the following is an observation about grasshoppers that a science class could have made on their nature walk?<br />A The grasshoppers will live longest in a container filled with plants.<br />B The grasshoppers are green with long back legs and antennae.<br />C The grasshoppers will probably eat more grass than tree leaves.<br />D The grasshoppers all hatched from eggs laid the year before.<br />Science RI 2007 – Q39<br />
  21. 21. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Which of the following is an observation about grasshoppers that a science class could have made on their nature walk?<br />B The grasshoppers are green with long back legs and antennae.<br />Science RI 2007 – Q39<br />
  22. 22. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />According to the table, which animal is an arachnid?<br />Science RI 2006 – Q3<br />
  23. 23. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />According to the table, which animal is an arachnid?<br />Science RI 2006 – Q3<br />
  24. 24. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />The lacewing is a common small insect. The graph shows the breeding period of one species of lacewing. During what season would most of these lacewings breed?<br />A Winter<br />B Summer<br />C Spring<br />D Fall<br />Science RI 2006 – Q11<br />
  25. 25. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />The lacewing is a common small insect. The graph shows the breeding period of one species of lacewing. During what season would most of these lacewings breed?<br />C Spring<br />Science RI 2006 – Q11<br />
  26. 26. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Based on the chart above, which of these animals would be considered a herbivore?<br />F Grizzly bear<br />G Deer<br />H Lion<br />J Human being<br />Science RI 2006 – Q14<br />
  27. 27. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Based on the chart above, which of these animals would be considered a herbivore?<br />G Deer<br />Science RI 2006 – Q14<br />
  28. 28. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Which of these is the most accurate reading of the mass of the rock on the balance scale pictured?<br />A 33 g<br />B 120.3 g<br />C 123 g<br />D 303 g<br />Science RI 2006 – Q19<br />
  29. 29. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />Which of these is the most accurate reading of the mass of the rock on the balance scale pictured?<br />C 123 g<br />Science RI 2006 – Q19<br />
  30. 30. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />The table above compares some facts about Venus with some facts about the planet Earth. How are the two planets most different?<br />F Diameter<br />G Mass<br />H Density<br />J Surface temperature<br />Science RI 2006 – Q20<br />
  31. 31. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />The table above compares some facts about Venus with some facts about the planet Earth. How are the two planets most different?<br />J Surface temperature<br />Science RI 2006 – Q20<br />
  32. 32. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />A student set up an experiment to test how much bean plants will grow in soil with salt in it. The student grew 50 plants in one group and 50 plants in the other group. The only thing that can be different in the two groups is the amount of —<br />F soil in each plant pot<br />G water given to each plant<br />H salt in the soil in each plant pot<br />J fertilizer given to each plant<br />Science RI 2006 – Q22<br />
  33. 33. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />A student set up an experiment to test how much bean plants will grow in soil with salt in it. The student grew 50 plants in one group and 50 plants in the other group. The only thing that can be different in the two groups is the amount of —<br />H salt in the soil in each plant pot<br />Science RI 2006 – Q22<br />
  34. 34. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />The wingspan of this moth is about —<br />F 7 mm<br />G 8 mm<br />H 7 cm<br />J 8 cm<br />0 cm 2cm 4cm 6cm 8cm<br />Science RI 2006 – Q24<br />
  35. 35. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />The wingspan of this moth is about —<br />J 8 cm<br />0 cm 2cm 4cm 6cm 8cm<br />Science RI 2006 – Q24<br />
  36. 36. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />The picture shows some animals.<br />Which graph most accurately shows<br />the number of animals in the picture?<br />Science RI 2006 – Q29<br />
  37. 37. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />The picture shows some animals.<br />Which graph most accurately shows<br />the number of animals in the picture?<br />Science RI 2006 – Q29<br />
  38. 38. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />By August, a student noticed that the sunflowers outside his house were as tall as the back door of his house. About how tall were the sunflowers?<br />A 0.2 meters<br />B 2 meters<br />C 20 meters<br />D 200 meters<br />Science RI 2006 – Q33<br />
  39. 39. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />By August, a student noticed that the sunflowers outside his house were as tall as the back door of his house. About how tall were the sunflowers?<br />B 2 meters<br />Science RI 2006 – Q33<br />
  40. 40. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />A student used a thermometer to take his temperature at different times. He wrote down his measurements in a table. When did the student most likely record the temperature inaccurately?<br />A After getting up in the morning<br />B After reading a book<br />C After math class<br />D After playing outside<br />Science RI 2006 – Q39<br />
  41. 41. Scientific Investigation, Reasoning, and Logic<br />A student used a thermometer to take his temperature at different times. He wrote down his measurements in a table. When did the student most likely record the temperature inaccurately?<br />C After math class<br />Science RI 2006 – Q39<br />

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