This editable PowerPoint goes through common process skills used in science.
What’s Included in this product:
11 slides Total
13 Check Your Understanding Questions at the end of the PowerPoint emphasizing on observation vs. inference and qualitative vs. quantitative data
This product is in a .ppt file so you can either present as is or customize to your needs.
I encourage you to have your students use the Scientific Process Skills Cornell Notes template as they follow along the PowerPoint. Cornell Note taking is more than just writing down what they need to know. It provides an opportunity for students to use their creativity which will develop a deeper comprehension of the content as they complete the template. It also ignites high order thinking as students use them throughout the year.
Description of the activity:
This PowerPoint goes through the following…
-What is science?
-Identifying the process skills (observe, infer, measure, predict, hypothesize, estimate, classify, record and organize, and analyze).
-The difference between observation vs. inference.
-The difference between qualitative data vs. quantitative data.
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