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A collection of projects, lesson plans, videos and assignments about famous scientists.

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  • Science > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8
  • Grade 9
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12

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English

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SCI.5-8.1.S2.1a: Science

demonstrate appropriate safety techniques

SCI.5-8.1.S2.1b: Science

conduct an experiment designed by others

SCI.5-8.1.S2.1c: Science

design and conduct an experiment to test a hypothesis

SCI.5-8.1.S2.1d.1: Science

measuring

SCI.5-8.1.S2.1d.2: Science

observing

SCI.5-8.1.S2.1d.3: Science

describing

SCI.5-8.1.S2.1d.4: Science

classifying

SCI.5-8.1.S2.1d.5: Science

sequencing

SCI.5-8.1.S2.2a: Science

include appropriate safety procedures

SCI.5-8.1.S2.2b: Science

design scientific investigations (e.g., observing, describing, and comparing; collecting samples; seeking more information, conducting a controlled experiment; discovering new objects or phenomena; making models)

SCI.5-8.1.S2.2c: Science

design a simple controlled experiment

SCI.5-8.1.S2.2d: Science

identify independent variables (manipulated), dependent variables (responding), and constants in a simple controlled experiment

SCI.5-8.1.S2.2e: Science

choose appropriate sample size and number of trials

SCI.5-8.1.S2.3a: Science

use appropriate safety procedures

SCI.5-8.1.S2.3b: Science

conduct a scientific investigation

SCI.5-8.1.S2.3c: Science

collect quantitative and qualitative data

SCI.5-8.7.2.1a: Science

Working Effectively: Contributing to the work of a brainstorming group, laboratory partnership, cooperative learning group, or project team; planning procedures; identify and managing responsibilities of team members; and staying on task, whether working alone or as part of a group.

SCI.5-8.7.2.1b: Science

Gathering and Processing Information: Accessing information from printed media, electronic data bases, and community resources and using the information to develop a definition of the problem and to research possible solutions.

SCI.5-8.7.2.1c: Science

Generating and Analyzing Ideas: Developing ideas for proposed solutions, investigating ideas, collecting data, and showing relationships and patterns in the data.

SCI.5-8.7.2.1d: Science

Common Themes: Observing examples of common unifying themes, applying them to the problem, and using them to better understand the dimensions of the problem.

SCI.5-8.7.2.1e: Science

Realizing Ideas: Constructing components or models, arriving at a solution, and evaluating the result.

SCI.5-8.7.2.1.f: Science

Presenting Results: Using a variety of media to present the solution and to communicate the results.

SCI.9-12.L.1.1.1.a: Science

Scientific explanations are built by combining evidence that can be observed with what people already know about the world.

SCI.9-12.L.1.1.1.b: Science

Learning about the historical development of scientific concepts or about individuals who have contributed to scientific knowledge provides a better understanding of scientific inquiry and the relationship between science and society.

SCI.9-12.L.1.1.1.c: Science

Science provides knowledge, but values are also essential to making effective and ethical decisions about the application of scientific knowledge.

SCI.9-12.L.1.1.2.a: Science

Inquiry involves asking questions and locating, interpreting, and processing information from a variety of sources.

SCI.9-12.L.1.1.2.b: Science

Inquiry involves making judgments about the reliability of the source and relevance of information.

SCI.9-12.L.1.1.3.a: Science

Scientific explanations are accepted when they are consistent with experimental and observational evidence and when they lead to accurate predictions.

SCI.9-12.L.1.1.3.b: Science

All scientific explanations are tentative and subject to change or improvement. Each new bit of evidence can create more questions than it answers. This leads to increasingly better understanding of how things work in the living world.

SCI.9-12.L.1.1.4.a: Science

Well-accepted theories are ones that are supported by different kinds of scientific investigations often involving the contributions of individuals from different disciplines.
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