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Title: Jeopardy


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Jeopardy
Choice 1
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Final Jeopardy
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Jeopardy
Choice 3
Choice 1
Choice 2
Choice 4
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Final Jeopardy
3
100 Question
making a statement or claim about what will
happen based on past experience or evidence
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100 Answer Choice 1
Predicting
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200 Question from Choice 1
observation that cannot be expressed using numbers
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200 Answer from Choice 1
Qualitative Observation
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300 Question from Choice 1
observation expressed using numbers
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300 Answer from Choice 1
Quantitative
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400 Question from Choice 1
a possible answer to a scientific question
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400 Answer from Choice 1
Hypothesis
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500 Question from Choice 1
summary of what you have learned from your
experiment
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500 Answer from Choice 1
conclusion
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100 Question from Choice 2
grouping together the things that are alike in
some way
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100 Answer from Choice 2
classifying
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200 Question from Choice 2
using one or more of your senses to gather
information
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200 Answer from Choice 2
observing
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300 Question from Choice 2
comparing observations and data to reach a
conclusion
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300 Answer from Choice 2
Evaluating
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400 Question from Choice 2
explaining or interpreting what is observed
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400 Answer from Choice 2
Inferring
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500 Question from Choice 2
the measureable response that changes as a result
of the experiment
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500 Answer from Choice 2
Dependent variable
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100 Question from Choice 3
the facts and evidence gathered through
observations  
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100 Answer from Choice 3
Data
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200 Question from Choice 3
variable that is purposely changed to test a
hypothesis
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200 Answer from Choice 3
Independent variable
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300 Question from Choice 3
TRUE OR FALSE A scientist working alone can
solve problems more effectively than a team of
scientists working together
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300 Answer from Choice 3
FALSE
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400 Question from Choice 3
An experiment is valid when other scientists have
trouble following and repeating it.
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400 Answer from Choice 3
FALSE
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500 Question from Choice 3
Look around the room. Name one quantitative
observation.  
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500 Answer from Choice 3
Must contain numbers! 24 desks 26 chairs
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100 Question from Choice 4
TRUE OR FALSE Scientific Inquiry begins with a
question based on observations
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100 Answer from Choice 4
TRUE
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200 Question from Choice 4
TRUE OR FALSE Because good scientists are
always learning new things, science knowledge can
change..
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200 Answer from Choice 4
TRUE
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300 Question from Choice 4
TRUE OR FALSE Scientific Hypothesis refers to
the ways in which scientists study and learn new
things in the natural world.
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300 Answer from Choice 4
FALSE
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400 Question from Choice 5
Look around the room. Write one qualitative
observation.
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400 Answer from Choice 4
NO NUMBERS!! BLUE CHAIRS
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500 Question from Choice 4
Scientific knowledge changes with new evidence
and new interpretations. Think of a scientific
question you would like to answer, and then
describe how you could collect evidence to answer
it.
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500 Answer from Choice 4
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Final Jeopardy
Name FIVE types of Scientific investigation
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Final Jeopardy Answer
Observing Predicting Inferring Classifying Evaluat
ing Making models Scientific investigations
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