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EDSE 360 Lesson Plan - Scientific Revolution

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Hannah Mueller

on 19 April 2013

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Transcript of EDSE 360 Lesson Plan - Scientific Revolution

Viva la Scientific Revolucion! Objectives Expectations Relevancy Overview I still don't care! In Astronomy In Biology You will evaluate the causes, chronology, and effect of the scientific revolution.
You will compare and contrast the beliefs about our world prior to and after the scientific revolution We expect you to reach the objectives, and answer the specific questions.
We expect you to be quiet, attentive, to participate in discussion, and to ask higher level questions. This lesson is relevant because the knowledge discovered in the scientific revolution still affect modern day science Let's learn about dihydrogen monoxide (If you've already "signed the petition" for it, don't tell anyone else!) The Scientific Revolution started in the 1500s and carried on into the 1800s.
It caused upheaval in nearly all forms of science
Massive amounts of new technology appeared at this time Nicolaus Copernicus: Initially proposed heliocentric models of the Solar System Charles Darwin: Popularized evolution by natural selection. By Brandon Shadley and Hannah Mueller This is what dihydrogen monoxide looks like... Why did I show you this petition? To show how your views changed in just a quick moment, but it took years for many of these theories to take hold.
Also, to show how worldview affects our outlook on different situations Galileo Galilei: Using his telescope, provided evidence for the heliocentric model Louis Pasteur: Using his experiments, demonstrated germ theory. In Physics Galileo Galilei: Using two different objects, showed how two objects' acceleration was independent from their mass. Isaac Newton: Formulated the laws of motion Questions How did the Scientific Revolution change the commonly accepted worldview?

How did the ideas in the Scientific Revolution change the status quo?

How was the scientific revolution an example of a social revolution as opposed to a political one? Who were the main scientists in the Revolution?

When did the Scientific Revolution occur?

What fields of study were changed by the revolution? Closure It's okay if you can't answer the following questions now! They are more for you to think about as we continue.

We will go over more tomorrow in during labs!

Meanwhile think on this: How do you view science's affect on the world? How do you think these scientists viewed the world before their experiments? After?
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