Science, Biology, and Life

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Warm-Up 9/10
Teach
the Teacher: What is the
best thing about school?
Review:
What are the three
types of learning styles?
Warm-up 9/11/13
Teach
the Teacher: What is the
best restaurant in Rapid City?
Review:
What specific things do
good students do?
Warm-up 9/12/13
Teach
the Teacher: What is the
best utensil to eat macaroni
and cheese with? How do you
like your mac’n’cheese?
Review: In what ways were the
crime scene activity and
science the same?
Missing Computer Chip
Coffee
Ginny
Cart Doug
President
Randak
Security
Cowboy
Guard Jim Paul
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Warm-up 9/13/13
 Teach
the Teacher: What is the
scariest movie you have
watched and why?
 Review:
What was the hypothesis
of the mythbusters for the cell
phone causing an explosion at a
gas station?
Grading Rubric
Grade
Sheet
Binder Organization
Grade
Sheet
Warm-up
Orange Notes
Assignments (Mandala,
Classroom Scavenger Hunt,
Lab Safety Questions)
Physical
Science
What is science?
In
latin= knowledge
In dictionary.com=
knowledge of the physical
or material world gained
through observation and
experimentation.
Science is…
Creative
Unbiased
observations
Unbiased: free from
prejudice or favoritism
Fact vs. opinion
Developing theories
through experimentation
(pseudoscience: astrology)
Science is...(continued)
Expanding
scientific knowledge
Challenging accepted theories
Testing Claims
Undergoes peer review
Uses Latin and the Metric
System
Physical Science
Any
of the
sciences, such as
physics, chemistry,
astronomy, and
geology, that study
characteristics of
non-living
things
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Read
more: http://www.answers.com/topic/physi
cal-science#ixzz25hevqIga
Scientific Method: What
scientists do!
Ask
a Question/determine a
purpose
Comes from observing
Form a hypothesis=educated guess
Collect data
 Control
group=the group not
receiving the factor being tested,
nothing is done to this group
 Independent variable=one part of
an experiment that can change,
determines the outcome
 Dependent variable= factor being
measured in an experiment
 Analyze the Data
Graphs, tables, charts, etc.
 Report Conclusion
What do scientists do?
Gather
Reason
Communicate
Science vs. Engineers
Scientists
Engineers
• Ask questions about
the world
• Test theories
• Communicate
Information
• Chemist: finds out
information about
elements or
chemical reactions,
does experiements
• Define problems
• Test possible
solutions
• Design and Build
• Chemical Engineer:
design water wells,
design plastics,
cleaning supplies,
design solutions for
oil spills, ect.
Science and Engineering Love
Models!
Explain
things that we can’t see
Allow for us to test hypothesizes
Are not perfect representations
Communicate through
Argumentation:
Evidence vs. Claim
Claim:
a statement that
answers the question
Evidence:
scientific data that
supports the claim
Living
or Nonliving Trash Bball
Living or
Nonliving?
Living or Nonliving?
Living or Non-Living
Living or Nonliving?
Living or Nonliving?
Living or Nonliving?
Living or Nonliving?
Living or Nonliving?
Living or Non-Living
Flash Card
On
the front:
Physical
Science
 On
the Back:
Study
of
energy and
non-living
matter (things)
Flash Card
On
the front:
Independent
Variable
On
The
the Back:
part of an
experiment
that changes
Flash Card
Dependant
Variable
The
part of the
experiment
that you
measure
Flash Card
Control
Group
The
part of an
experiment
that nothing is
done to
Warm-Up 9/10
 Teach
the Teacher: What was the
best concert you have ever been
to, or if you could have any band
come to Rapid City who would it
be?
 Review: Tell me as much as you
can about science and/or
physical science.
 LT
Warm-up 9/11/12
Teach
the Teacher: What is the
funniest TV show?
Review:
List as many non-living
things as you can.
The Case of The Missing
Computer Chip
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Turn in: 1. Sheet with all clues
written on it in the order they
were drawn 2. sheet with all
hypothesis 3. heading w/ all
names on both
Clue writer
Reader
Hypothesis
writer
Runners
The Case of The Missing
Computer Chip Wrap-Up
Every
group needs to have at
LEAST 5 hypothesis
Star the hypothesis that you think
is the best explanation for the
theft
Have your best hypothesis to
share with the class (runner
shares)
Warm-up 9/12
Teach
the Teacher: If you
could have someone make
you breakfast, what would you
want?
Review: What is the scientific
method?
Warm-up 9/13/12
Teach
the Teacher: If you
could go anywhere for
vacation where would you go?
Review: What do you need to
“play” science?
Ice Cube melting…
Glass
Dish
Glass Beaker
Cheese cloth
Tin foil
Styrofoam cup
Black blocks (basalt and wood)
9/14/12
Teach
the Teacher: What is
your strength? What is your
weakness?
Review: What is a hypothesis?
Flash Card
On
The
the Front:
moral for
learning
On
the Back:
Eat well
Sleep lots
Move
Breathe
deeply
Repeat
Think Positively
Flash Card
On
On
the Back:
the Front:
Scientific
Method
a
method
used to test a
hypothesis,
The rules of
science
(IV, DV, & CG)
Flash Card
On
the Front:
Average
On the Back:
Take the total
(sum) divided
by the
number of
items
The rest of the Conclusion
Questions for Ice Cube Lab
 1.
What is the independent variable?
 2. What ice cube was in the control
group?
 3. What was the dependant variable?
 4. What was the average for the sample
you tested?
 5. What could be experimental error, or
how could times be off from group to
group and class to class?
 6. What other samples would be
interesting to test (besides fire)?
Warm-up 9/17
Teach
The Teacher: What is the
best kind of candy to get at a
movie theatre.
Review: What is the part of an
experiment that you measure?
Warm-up 9/18/12
Teach
the Teacher: Who do
you admire the most among
your family and friends? Why?
Review: Name as many of the
six keys as you can.
Warm-up 9/19/12
Teach
the Teacher: Who is your
favorite sports player or who is
your favorite actor/actress?
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Review:
What is the part of an
experiment that you change?
Warm-up 9/20/12
Teach
the Teacher: What
would you like to be when you
grow up?
Review:
What is the average of
10, 20, 30
Judging
 Performance/Creativity:
was it
understanable? Did it flow? Was
the rapping/singing and
moves/dancing well performed?
 Content: Did this video actually
help you understand chemistry
better? Where the steps clear?
What vocab words were used?
You could win!
 If
you find a video and email it to
me, and it makes it into the final
round, You Could earn a free
signature card!
I
won’t tell people its your video
I
have veto power
Scientific Method Chem Idol
Scccientific
Method (7x)
They Might Be Giants: You
need a test
scientific metttttttthhhhod
Scientific Method Chem Idol
Scccientific
Method (7x)
They Might Be Giants: You
need a test
scientific metttttttthhhhod
Grade Sheets per. o4
#7.
SM Flash Card Check
#8. M&M Lab
#9. Sponge Bob
10 metric mania
11 Us to Metric Conversion
12 Brainstorm- pts. Possible= 0
Warm-up 9/21/12
Teach
the Teacher: How many
Spanish words do you know?
Review: What is the part of the
scientific method that
measure? (look at flashcards)
Warm-up 9/24/12
Teach
The Teacher: What is
your favorite holiday?
Review:
What are the two
things you will study in physical
science?
Warm-up 9/25/12
Teach
the Teacher: List all the
books you remember reading,
star the ones that are your
faves.
Review: What is the part of the
scientific method that you do
nothing to.
Myth Busters
Through Concrete
wall
Power a speedboat
Independent
Different ways of
constructing the
launch tube
Different
ways/angles of
shooting off the
rocket
Dependant
How much it went
through the
concrete wall
Speed of the boat
Control
First construction
First trial
Confirmed/busted
Confirmed
Busted.
Warm-up 9/26/12
Teach
the Teacher: What did
you learn at freshman impact
or what did you have for
breakfast this morning?
Review: list as many flash card
words as you can
Grade Sheet Grades G1
 1.
Most Important Mandala
 2. Lab Safety Rap Questions
 3. Orange Lab Safety
 4. People Bag
 5. Ice Cube Lab
 6. M&M Lab
 7. Sponge Bob SM
 8. Search and Rescue
 9. Brainstorm-O
Grade Sheet Grades G4
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1. Most Important Mandala
2. Lab Safety Rap Questions
3. Orange Lab Safety
4. People Bag
5. Ice Cube Lab
6. M&M Lab
7. Sponge Bob SM
8. SM Flow Chart
9.Search and Rescue
10. Metric Mania
11. US to Metric (english )
12. Brainstorm- points possible= O
Grade Sheet Grades G3
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1. Most Important Mandala
2. Lab Safety Rap Questions
3. Orange Lab Safety
4. People Bag
5. Ice Cube Lab
6. M&M Lab
7. Sponge Bob SM
8. Metric Mania (boxes)
9. Search and Rescue
10. Us to Metric Conversion
11. Brainstorm- points possible 0
Flash Card/Notes Check #1
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What is the rule book of science?
2. What is the part of the experiment
that you do nothing to?
3. What is knowledge in Latin?
4. List one thing that is good for
learning.
5. What is the part of an experiment
that changes?
6. What is the part of an experiment
that you measure?
Grade Sheet Grades G1
 1.
Most Important Mandala
 2. Lab Safety Rap Questions
 3. Orange Lab Safety
 4. People Bag
 5. Ice Cube Lab
 6. M&M Lab
 7. Sponge Bob SM
 8. metric mania
 9. Search and Rescue
 10. Us to Metric Conversion
 11.Brainstorm-total pts. 0
Ms. Uhre is trying to see if music
changes the heart rate of Schwiggitty.
First I take Schwiggitty’s heart rate
when she is resting. Then I play rap
music for an hour, and take her heart
rate again. Then I play classical music
for an hour and measure her heart
rate again.
 7. What is the independent variable?
 8. What is the dependent variable?
 9. What is the control group?
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Warm-up 9/27/12
Teach
the Teacher: NO NAMES,
but what is something
annoying that teachers do?
Review: Science in latin means
what?
10.If Schwiggitty had a mass of 15kg, how
much would that be in oz?
Warm-up 9/28/12
Teach
the Teacher: What is the
best kind of fried food
(potatoes, pickles, macaroni,
etc.)
Review: What was the hardest
part of the test?
Test info: SY4AY
Warm-up 10/1/12
Teach
the Teacher: What is the
best way to study for a test?
Review:
cards?
Why do I use flash
Design Your Own Question
Question:
Hypothesis:
Materials:
Procedure
(how):
Data : (just identify the below)
Dependant Variable:
Independent Variable:
Control Group:
Don’t Say It! (Educational
Taboo)
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Find a partner, Pound it!
Introduce yourself
Whoever is taller goes first: looks at other person’s back
gives a clue as to what the word is
Second person looks at the other person’s back and gives
clues as to what the word is
Keep giving clues until the music starts, DON’T Guess until
the end!
Don’t say the word on the card! (or what it sounds like or
starts with)
When music starts find a new partner (can’t use the
same partner more then once)
Green Grade Sheet
metric
mania
 Search and Rescue
Us to Metric Conversion
Brainstorm-total pts. 0