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Science Attitudes & Process Skills

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David Boye

on 31 August 2016

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Transcript of Science Attitudes & Process Skills

Science Attitudes & Process Skills
4 Attitudes
4 Process Skills
4 Important Science Process Skills

Using all five senses to gather information.


Grouping objects into categories
based on characteristics.


The act of determining quantities
Using tools to determine how much, how long, etc.


Guessing the most likely
outcome of future events,
based upon a pattern
of evidence.

4 Important Science Attitudes!

Eager to learn more about
the world around


Report results and
observations honestly.


Ready to accept
new ideas.


Having an attitude
of doubt.

It is important to balance open-midedness and skepticism!
1. Which science attitude requires
that you report data correctly?
(a) Honesty
(b) Open-mindedness
(c) Skepticism
(d) Curiosity
2. Which science attitude means that
you want to learn new things?
(a) Honesty
(b) Open-mindedness
(c) Skepticism
(d) Curiosity
3. Which two science attitudes
should be balanced?
(a) Honesty and Curiosity
(b) Open-mindedness and honesty
(c) Open-mindedness and Skepticism

4. Which science attitude means
that you are willing to investigate
new ideas?
(a) Honesty
(b) Open-mindedness
(c) Skepticism
(d) Curiosity
5. Which science attitude can be
paraphrased as, "Don't believe everything
that you read or hear?"
(a) Honesty
(b) Open-mindedness
(c) Skepticism
(d) Curiosity
6. What is the length (cm)
of the pink box?
7. List TWO things which can
be measured.
Example: Air pressure
8. This picture is an example of which science process skill?
(a) Measuring
(b) Observing
(c) Classifying
(d) Predicting
9. Guessing the most likely
outcome of future events,
based upon a pattern
of evidence, is
(a) Measuring
(b) Observing
(c) Classifying
(d) Predicting
10. FILL IN THE BLANK: When we
make observations in science,
we use all of our _______ ______
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