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scientific thinking


This is everything you hear, smell, taste, touch, and see that gives you a clue about how the world works. Step 1. observation
From your observations, you develop these in your mind and want to further explore to find the answer. Step 2. question
If you have an idea about why something happens, you make an educated guess that you can test. Step 3. hypothesis
When you plan how to test your hypotesis and then you test it. Step 4 experiment
When you test your idea and you need to observe carefully and write down everything that happens. Step 5 recording
Whatever happens in a test, you think about all the reasons for your results and if you were right or wrong with your hypotesis. Step 6. draw conclusions
This kind of thinking involves keeping an open mind about ideas. Also, wanting to investigate things for oneself is this. scientific thinking
Created by: RoseShe