Observations Learning about the natural world and the
Observations Learning about the natural world and the principles that explain these facts through the 5 senses. Reasoning Induction: Using several separate observations to arrive at general principles. Ex. Most universities and colleges in Utah ban alcohol from campus. Therefore most universities and colleges in the U.S. ban alcohol from campus.
Deduction: Reasoning from general principles to specific conclusions. Ex. Detective, Scientists "Inductive reasoning deals with probability, and generally goes from the particular to a universal. Deductive reasoning deals with certainty, and Qualitative
Written in words Description of something Examples: The room is clean The chair is blue Quantitative Written with numbers
Amount of something Examples: There are 8 lab benches I am 6ft tall Qualitative, I feel word or description
Quantitative, I feel Number On a scale of 110 Scientific Theory
Scientific Law Well-tested hypothesis Regarded as true Well-tested hypothesis Regarded as true
Can be proven false if there is enough evidence Can be shown using MATH Qualitative Quantitative
Examples: Big Bang Theory Theory of Evolution Theory of Plate Tectonics Examples: Law of Gravity Laws of motion Keplers Laws
EXAMPLES: Remember to count the movement of the decimal point and that becomes the exponent. Left = + . Right = Example 1 12,340 1.234 x 10 Example 2
10,456,000 1.0456 x 10 Example 3 0.00045 4.5 x 10- Density
Pag Lace. The ''white gold'' of the town od Pag. The lacemaking school in the town of Pag was founded in 1906. and still works today. The Pag lace travelled to various parts of the world and is declared as...
France'14 31st August- 7th September Extra costs: Should the behaviour of a child not confirm with the signed behaviour agreement, the pupil in question might face sanctions.(e.g. activity ban, room relocation, word home)
What about more recent books that aren't in Appendix B. Hunger Games, Twilight, etc.? Considerations for Matching Students with Books (emergent/early readers) familiarity of book. number of words on a page. picture support. vocabulary (percentage of known words)
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