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5th grade Science

Scientific Method Vocabulary

Question Identify the problem and get background information
Hypothesis predication about the outcome of an experiment. written if...then
Materials very specific list of items needed for an experiment, numbered, and written vertically down the paper
Procedures very specific steps explaining exactly how to carry out the experiment numbered, and vertically down
Manipulated Variable factor that is changed in an experiment
Responding Variable what you measure or observe to obtain your results
Control Variable keep all the variables the same, except for the manipulated variable
Observation what the person performing the activity sees, feels, smells, or tastes
Data measurements, other observations, charts, graphs
Results summarizing your data in a few sentences
Conclusion statement that sums up what you've learned from an experiment
Quantitive Data information you get when you test your question
Qualitative Data (just observation) you use your senses: eyes, ears, smell, sometimes taste
Created by: tbostwick