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Scientific Method Unit - 7th Grade

Scientific Method Unit - 7th Grade
Scientific Method Unit - 7th Grade
Scientific Method Unit - 7th Grade
Scientific Method Unit - 7th Grade
Scientific Method Unit - 7th Grade
Scientific Method Unit - 7th Grade
Scientific Method Unit - 7th Grade
Scientific Method Unit - 7th Grade
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Aligned to the Michigan GLCES for 7th Grade, students will participate in a bridge building activity that goes through the 6 steps of the scientific method. The goal of the activity is for students to build a bridge that will be the strongest out of 100 toothpicks and Elmer's Glue.

Step One - Students will create questions that get them thinking about what type of bridge will be the strongest.

Step Two - Students will learn how to research and use a research recorder to research the different types of bridges. Students will also write a paragraph that includes the type of bridge the student thinks will be the best choice and three reasons based on research.

PowerPoint for this lesson is also available in my store at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Research-PowerPoint-1518863.

Step Three - Students will learn how to complete if...then... statements and create their own hypothesis.

Step Four - Students will create a blueprint using their ideas that their group created. Students will build their bridge using the blueprint and test their bridge.

Step Five - Students will analyze the different data of the class.

Step Six - Students will write a report of the activity.
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16 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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