Scientific Habits & Processes Quiz
General quiz on scientific habits of mind and the processes scientists' use to learn about the world around them. You may use your COVER PAGE ONLY in your ISN to help you with this quiz.
YOUR INFORMATION
Please complete information about yourself so that you receive credit for this quiz.
Type your first and last name *
Your answer
Type a code to recognize using the following criteria: "Parents' initials and the number of your birthdate"-- example: "BASKFS25" *
Your answer
Choose your class period *
Multiple Choice
Choose only 1 answer.
The steps planned, written, and followed during an experiment *
2 points
A prediction based on observations, research, or prior knowledge that must be tested *
2 points
The testable question a scientist asks *
2 points
The list of needed items to conduct an experiment *
2 points
Scientists make these throughout the process of science- they help scientists make predictions and collect data *
2 points
The information that scientists collect from an experiment and analyze *
2 points
The name given to the process scientists use to learn about the world around them *
2 points
Scientists collect their data in an organized way using a *
2 points
Scientists display their data visually to help us get a "quick picture" of the the results using a *
2 points
The problem in a scientific investigation must always be written in this form *
2 points
Short Answer
Type a short answer to the question in the space provided. Spell to the best of your ability.
Give an example (specific) of a scientific problem
Your answer
Give an example (specific) of a hypothesis to the problem you wrote in the answer above *
Your answer
Write a 5-8 step procedure to make a P&J sandwich *
Your answer
Write any questions or concerns you still have about the current material being studied (this question is not graded!) *
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