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1. What a few things that King John did that made him such 1. What a few things that King John did that made him such

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2 What did the barons hope the Magna Carta would do Write your thoughts on your bellwork page Be sure to include enough of the question to make your answer understandable Runnymeade England ID: 582020

observation fred preserver variable fred observation variable preserver boat examples life experiment independent quiz numbers measurements sense paragraph label

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1. What a few things that King John did that made him such a bad king?2. What did the barons hope the Magna Carta would do?

Write your thoughts on your

bellwork

page. Be sure to include enough of the question to make your answer understandable!Slide2

Runnymeade

, England

Paste your map in your composition book and label it. Write a paragraph explaining what led to the signing of the Magna Carta.Slide3

Label your map and be sure to spell the names correctly!! Study this – you will quiz next week!!Slide4

Can you find the main idea?Slide5

The Importance of the Scientific MethodSlide6

Definitions

OBSERVATION: making sense of something by using your senses (seeing, hearing, smelling, touching, tasting) Slide7

PREDICTION: an expected outcome of a FUTURE event

Example: Based on the radar, we will have storms tomorrow. Slide8

HYPOTHESIS: What you THINK will happen.

Examples: I THINK the plant will grow best when watered daily. I THINK

the dog will learn the trick when you give it a treat for doing it.Slide9

4. QUANTITATIVE OBSERVATION:

An observation involving measurements or numbers. Examples: We ran 3.2 miles together. I ate a four ounce apple at lunch.Slide10

5. QUALITATIVE OBSERVATION: An observation that DOES NOT involve measurements or numbers.

Examples: The sky is blue. The water is cold.6. PROPERTIES: Characteristics that distinguish one thing from another.Slide11

INFERENCE: A statement that attempts to explain or make sense of an observation.

Examples: It’s going to rain today BECAUSE it’s cloudy outside.

He wears glasses

BECAUSE

he can’t see far away.

We had a quiz today

to see if we learned the material.Slide12

8. MODEL: a picture or representation of the real thing supported by observations & inferences.

9. CONTROLLED EXPERIMENT: an experiment in which all variables but ONE are kept constant. (“FAIR TEST”)10. VARIABLE: a factor that can affect the outcome of an experiment.

Slide13

Independent Variable: the variable that is changed during the experiment.

Dependent Variable: the variable that is effected by changing the independent variable. Slide14

Poor Fred! He was sailing along

on a

boat (your plastic cup) when

a strong

wind blew it upside-down

. Fred

(your candy worm) ended

up on

top of the upside-down boat

. Unfortunately

for Fred, his life

preserver (

your candy life preserver)

is still

trapped under the boat

.

Your job is to place the life preserver firmly around Fred’s body, but you must obey three rules:

1.

Fred may not fall into the “sea” (onto the table) more than one time; if he does, Fred “drowns.”

2.

You may not injure him in any way.

3.

You may use only the four paper clips to move Fred, the boat, and the life preserver. You may not touch anything except the paper clips.Slide15

Problems and/or challenges your group encountered:

1.

2.

3.

4.

Create a flow chart in your composition book of how you saved Fred (draw pictures in the squares).

Describe in detail how you saved Fred (paragraph format): ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Slide16

Safety in the Lab!!