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FDSCI 101 Day 1C S17

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Richard Datwyler

on 21 September 2017

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The nature of a Hypothesis is that it makes a predictions.
Expectations / Predictions
Hypothesis
Scientific Argument
Today:
I clicker question
Scientific Inquiry
Welcome Back

Activity
consideration
Discussion
Test review
I clicker questions
Review question 1
What is Science?
A. It is a process
B. It is a body of knowledge
C. It is well defined
D. A and B
E. All the above
Review
Review Question2
Which of these is/are a part of the natural world
A. Chiropractics
B. Gravitational forces
C. Twinkies
D. All are
E. None are
Review Question 3
Which is NOT a part of behaving Scientifically
A. Receiving Criticism
B. Testability
C. Staying current on material
D. B and C
E. All are.
What do you think of when you hear the word
Argument
What then is a scientific Argument
It has 3 main parts
Hypothesis
Expectations
Observations
Explanation
Predictive
What If ?
Concise
IDEA !
IF ... Then ...
This is
NOT
the Experiment itself!!
Observations
We perform the test.
We compare actual results to the predicted results
This is the experiment!
Prove or disprove !?!
Can we then say this?
We would say it gives evidence
For or Against
More questions
Now what, so what
Revisions
What examples can you think of?
Examples
Dating
Fudge
Board games
Being as I've had much fun with circles in this presentation
Circle Bugs
Here is an activity that will let us practice
Scientific inquiry
Refine, Support, Community
Observations (support, or not)
Predictions ( if ... then...)
Hypothesis (idea, explanations)
Think of these steps as we do this in groups
Draw a circle on a piece of paper.
Gently place some circle bugs in it.
(use the paint brushes)

Theorize, predict, observe
Why do they follow the lines???
SO....
The bugs died, here is a few videos

https://app.box.com/files/0/f/854138858/Circle_Bugs_Vids
10 high lighter
11 14 flip
8.1 8.2 8.3
18 indent
22 single
23 several
Initial video
Green Circle
Indent circle
High lighter
flip
What other experiments did you come up with?
Hypothesis?

How do they do it
What is a Hypothesis?
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