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Title: Jeopardy Scientific Method


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JeopardyScientific Method Inquiry
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Scientific Method 1 Miscella-neous Science Experimental Design Variables Observation, Inference, Prediction Classification Metric Conversions Density
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FINAL JEOPARDY
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  • The 1st step of the Scientific Method
  • Answer

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  • What is State the problem?
  • Back

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  • The 3rd step of the Scientific Method
  • Answer

6
  • What is develop a hypothesis?
  • Back

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  • The fourth step of the Scientific Method
  • Answer

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  • What is create a controlled experiment?
  • Back

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  • The 5th step of the Scientific Method
  • Answer

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  • What is record and analyze data?
  • Back

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  • The branch of life science that studies animals
  • Answer

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  • What is Zoology?
  • Back

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  • The branch of life science that studies plants
  • Answer

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  • What is Botany?
  • Back

15
  • The branch of life science that studies
    microorganisms
  • Answer

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  • What is Microbiology?
  • Back

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  • The branch of life science that studies
    relationships between living things and their
    environment
  • Answer

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  • What is Ecology?
  • Back

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  • Written as an if/then statement, tells what the
    scientist expects to happen
  • Answer

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  • What is a hypothesis?
  • Back

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  • The part of the experiment that the scientist
    changes
  • Answer

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  • What is the manipulated variable?
  • Back

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  • DAILY DOUBLE!
  • The part of the experiment that changes in
    response to what the scientist did
  • Answer

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  • What is the responding variable?
  • Back

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  • The group that is not affected by the manipulated
    variable.
  • Answer

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  • What is the control group?
  • Back

27
  • There are 3 people, with a pot, in a kitchen.
  • Answer

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  • What is an observation?
  • Back

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  • They food will be delicious.
  • Answer

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  • What is a prediction?
  • Back

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  • They are cooking.
  • Answer

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  • What is an inference?
  • Back

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  • Name three ways you could classify these objects.
  • Answer

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  • Chocolate only
  • Chocolate with peanuts Chocolate with nuget
  • Back

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  • 50 kg ______ g
  • Answer

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  • What is 50,000 g?
  • Back

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  • 0.0003 dkm _____ mm
  • Answer

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  • What is 3 mm?
  • Back

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  • 45 cL ______ kL
  • Answer

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  • What is 0.00045 kL?
  • Back

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  • 84 m _____ mm
  • Answer

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  • What is 84,000 mm?
  • Back

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  • Mass 40g
  • Volume 10mL
  • Answer

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  • Density 4
  • Back

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  • Mass 63g
  • Volume 7mL
  • Answer

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  • Density 9
  • Back

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  • Mass 7200g
  • Volume 90 mL
  • Answer

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  • Density 80
  • Back

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  • The density of water.
  • Answer

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  • What is 1?
  • Back

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  • The 6th and 7th steps of the Scientific Method
  • Answer

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  • What is make a conclusion and repeat the process?
  • Back

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  • A theory that has survived repeated testing.
  • Answer

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  • What is a law?
  • Back

55
  • A corn farmer in PA wants to grow the corn stalks
    taller. He finds a new soil fertilizer fit for
    the job. Write an acceptable hypothesis for his
    experiment.
  • Answer

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  • If the corn farmer fertilizes the soil, then the
    corn stalks will grow taller.
  • Back

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  • Make an observation, inference prediction from
    the picture below.
  • Answer

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  • Answers vary. Teacher check.
  • Back

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  • DAILY DOUBLE!
  • The mass of a 45 kg person on the moon
  • Answer

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  • What is 45 kg?
  • Back

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  • To calculate density given the object find mass
    using a __________ and find volume using
    _________________.
  • Answer

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  • What is a triple beam balance displacement.
  • Back

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  • Good Luck on your
  • quiz tomorrow!

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  • DAILY
  • DOUBLE!
  • The answer is

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  • DAILY
  • DOUBLE!
  • The answer is

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  • FINAL JEOPARDY
  • Category
  • Experimental Set-Up
  • Scores

67
  • In the egg drop competition, a student wants to
    create the best crate and win. She buys two kind
    of a straws, super strong regular. In order
    to test which straws are better, she creates two
    crates one with super strong straws and a
    parachute and the other with regular straws and
    no parachute. She drops both from two meters and
    continues to raise the height 1 meter at a time
    until one of the eggs breaks.
  • What is wrong with her experiment?
  • Answer

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  • There are too many manipulated variables. She
    must have a parachute on both crates or neither
    crate.
  • End

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Scores
Final Jeopardy
Back
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Loose dust particles in motion that form streaks
of light
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What are meteors?
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Many orbit the sun in a belt between Mars and
Jupiter
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What are asteroids?
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Most burn up in Earths atmosphere
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What are meteors?
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A dirty snowball
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What is a comet?
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A chunk of rock or metal orbiting the sun
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What is an asteroid?
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A mass of frozen gas and dust that orbits the sun
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What is a comet?
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Also known as a planetoid
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What is an asteroid?
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It has a glowing tail.
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What is a comet?
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Also known as shooting stars
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What are meteors?
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Away from the sun
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What is the direction of a comets tail?
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