Doing as Paleontologists Do

Doing as Paleontologists Do
Doing as Paleontologists Do
Doing as Paleontologists Do
Doing as Paleontologists Do
Doing as Paleontologists Do
Doing as Paleontologists Do
Doing as Paleontologists Do
Doing as Paleontologists Do
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This lesson begins with a look into the difference between observations and inferences and the role the two play for scientists. The activity includes looking at fossilized footprints and how paleontologists might use trace fossils to interpret events in the past, including animal behaviors. This activity is built around scientific thinking and the interplay between observations and how these may become interpretations of past events.
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4 pages
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50 minutes
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