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Ohio 4th Science SI

SCIENCE & Inquiry - intro to science and engineering

Volume the amount of space an object takes up; measured in units cubed
Microscope a tool for making an object look several times bigger
Inquiry Skills the way of thinking a scientist practices, such as observing, inferring, predicting, comparing, and classifying
Observe information you gather with your senses; to look closely at some things or event and ask questions about it
Infer an untested conclusion based on observation
Predict observing a pattern of events and saying what you think will happen next
Compare to describe how things are different and same
Classify/Order sort some things based on some criteria
Hypothesis a statement of what you think will happen and why
Experiment a test of your hypothesis; the written plan of steps to test a hypothesis
Variables the things that can change in an experiment
Scientific Method a 5 step method scientists use to find out about things
Conduct the Experiment to follow the written steps of the planned experiment
Draw Conclusions look at the hypothesis and the experiment; think about whether your experiment supported (proven to be correct) your hypothesis
Share your Results the way that you tell others what you saw, what you did, and what you concluded
Created by: tagteacher36