Order Code: SDA361DV    ISBN : 9780736531009
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Stated as (1) defining the problem, (2) forming a hypothesis, (3) experimenting and observing, (4) analyzing data, and (5) forming and communicating a conclusion, the scientific method is characterized as a way to discipline curiosity by insisting that observable, measurable evidence be handled in a rational, systematic method that minimizes the potential for error. In discussing the five steps, the program differentiates between applied and pure science, hypothesis and theory, dependent and independent variables, single- and double-blind experiments, and significant and insignificant results. Grades 7–12. Color. 23 minutes. Cambridge Educational. ©1999.

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