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Science Process 1 Grade 5 VA Mr. G 877615

1. What you are investigating in an experiment, the one thing that you change on purpose Manipulated or Independent variable
2. The one or more factors that must be the same (constant) in an experiment to make it fair Controlled variables
3. The outcome of an experiment Responding or Dependent variable
4. A prediction before starting an experiment Hypothesis (Hipótesis)
5. Distinguishing qualities that describe something or someone Characteristics, traits, properties, features
6. To infer from what is known, to generalize from a sample Extrapolate
7. Other scientists look over your work Peer Review
8. What you can see without "thinking" Observation (Observación)
9. Use data and observations to infer an answer Conclusion (Conclusión)
10. To use observations, information, and reasoning to build a conclusion Infer
11. Incorrect data or conclusion in a science experiment, usually caused by careless data recording or not designing the experiment well Scientific error Copyright © 2012 S Gissendanner Free for personal and classroom use