Amor,jorel john ssc 1 b

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Amor,jorel john ssc 1 b

  1. 1. The nature of
  2. 2. WHAT IS SCIENCEScience is the study of truth and a way of learning how things work. Science comes from the Latin word scire, which means to know.
  3. 3. WHAT IS SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGEScientific knowledge is a product of repeated experiments and objective reasoning.
  4. 4. SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE MAY BE IN ANY OF THESE FORMS: An observation that has been repeatedly confirmed.
  5. 5. A testable statement or prediction.
  6. 6. A descriptive generalization about some aspects of natural world.
  7. 7. A well-substantiated explanation.
  8. 8. SCIENCE VERSUS SUPERSTITIONSuperstition is a belief or a practice that is regarded as irrational.
  9. 9. SOME EXAMPLE OF SUPERSTITION
  10. 10. BREAKING OF A MIRROR
  11. 11. WALKING UNDER A LADDER
  12. 12. KNOCKING ON WOOD
  13. 13. TECHNOLOGYApplied science is technology
  14. 14. WHO ARE SCIENTIST?Scientist contribute to society through their endeavors and invented that generate new knowledge.
  15. 15. WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTIC OF A SCIENTIST?  Curious  Open minded  Critical thinker  Fair minded  Thorough  Careful worker
  16. 16. EXAMPLE OF OUTSTANDING SCIENTIST: Leo Baekeland
  17. 17. Alexander Fleming
  18. 18. The Wright brothers
  19. 19. Philo Farnsworth
  20. 20. Tim Berners-Lee
  21. 21. Scientific attitudes and values are positive traitsthat can help a person find solutions to his/her problems.

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