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What is a Scientist?

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Nicole Cesari

on 18 August 2017

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Transcript of What is a Scientist?

Share your scientist illustration with a partner nearby. Make sure to make note of similarities and differences
What is a Scientist?
What gender is your scientist?
What is the race/ethnicity of your scientist?
How old is your scientist?
What is your scientist wearing? Where is your scientist found?
Stand up if you agree with the following statements, sit down if you disagree
Science is a natural human activity
Most people conduct science experiments on a daily basis
Art is a more natural human activity than science
Science is fundamental to our DNA
Curiosity is not an important quality of a scientist
Scientific discoveries are inevitable, not individual
Most scientists are born smart
Scientists must be creative and collaborative thinkers
Scientific discoveries are always purposeful
Scientists must devote their lives to their studies. They don't have time to spend energy on other outside activities.
Let's Watch...
Keep in mind the statements you just responded to with AGREE or DISAGREE
Time to Redraw Your Scientist!
Keeping in mind what you heard and saw in the videos, draw a NEW picture of what a scientist looks like. Your drawing from the beginning of class and your new drawing should look DIFFERENT!

Be sure to draw NEATLY and add COLOR!

This drawing is due MONDAY!
Warm-Up
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