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science midterm

Science Process Skills observation, inference, classifying, measuring, recording data, predicting, comparing/contrasting, planning an investigation
Piaget's States of Cognitive Development sensory motor, preoperational, concrete operational, formal operational
Bruner spiraling curriculum concept
6 changes in matter o evaporation: liquid to gas o freezing: liquid to solid o condensation: gas to liquid o deposition: gas to solid o fusion: solid to liquid o sublimation: solid to gas
deposition gas to solid
sublimation solid to gas
Camrium living part
Ploem transfers nutrients and water from roots
Xylem transfers food from leaves
velocity speed and direction
3 laws of motion an object will remain a rest (or remain in motion) unless acted upon by a force force=ma for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction
energy conservation energy is not created or destroyed
convection energy transferred from a liquid to a solid
conduction energy transferred from a solid to a solid
radiation energy transferred through air
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