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The Scientific Method

This Prezi activity will teach students how to properly use the Scientific Method when conducting science experiments. By learning the different steps of the Scientific Method, students will be able to perform experiments just like scientists. (Grade:4)

marla walker

on 2 September 2013

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Transcript of The Scientific Method

The Scientific Method Step 1: State the Problem Step 2:
Observation and Data
Gather Information Step 3:
Form a Hypothesis Step 4:
Perform an Experiment Step 5: Collect and Analyze Data Step 6: Draw Conclusions A hypothesis is an educated guess about the answer to your question or problem. After the experiment is completed, tell what
the results mean.
Did they answer your question and was your hypothesis correct?
The results can be reported in many different ways. It is important to learn as much as possible about the topic/question in order to know the best way to conduct the experiment. conduct an experiment that tests the hypothesis gather data from the experiment,
study it write down the problem that needs to be solved "If _____[I do this] _____, then _____[this]_____ will happen." must be testable!!!! The 3 Main Variables Control The variable that 'controls' the experiment, and if it is not the same throughout the test, the test will be unfair. manipulted (or independent) variable: The variable that is deliberately changed responding (or dependent) variable The variable that changes in response to the manipulated variable
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