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Science Process Skil

Science Process Skills

TermDefinition
Observing To use the 5 senses to learn about an object or an event or to collect data
Inferring To draw a conclusion about something based on observations and knowledge
Classifying To place an object or an event in groups based on common characteristics (sorting legos by color or size)
Measuring To determine the length, area, volume, mass, or temperature of describe objects
Communicating To describe an object or event to another person
Controlling Variables To study how attributes vary by manipulating variables
Experimenting To put all the process skills together in one activity
Representing Data To organize your measurements to make your information easier to use and understand
Predicting To guess what will happen next based off our inferences
Quantitative observations Quantitative observations are more precise descriptions that do include numbers. Data that can be verified.
Qualitative observations Qualitative observations are general descriptions that do not use number (such as color, taste, smell, texture)
List the steps of the scientific method 1. Purpose 2. Research 3. Hypothesize 4. Experiment 5. Analysis 6. Conclusion
What is the scientific process? Process that scientists use to gain knowledge about the world around us.
What is the first step of the scientific process? To have a purpose
What should you do after asking questions about your topic? Research the topic and find out all you can.
What is a hypothesis A possible answer to a question
What is experimenting Testing the hypothesis
What do you do after looking at all the data from your experiment? Compare the results to your hypothesis
Created by: sara.r.bailey