Related Access Points
This cluster includes the following access points.
Identify a problem based on a specific body of knowledge, including life science, earth and space science, or physical science, and do the following:
1. Identify a scientific question
2. Examine reliable sources of informtion to identify what is already known
3. Develop a possible explanation (hypothesis)
4. Plan and carry out an experiment
5. Gather data based on measurement and observations
6. Evaluate the data
7. Use the data to support reasonable explanations, inferences, and conclusions.
Describe the processes used in scientific investigations, including posing a research question, forming a hypothesis, reviewing what is known, collecting evidence, evaluating results, and reaching conclusions.
Identify that scientific investigations are sometimes repeated in different locations.
Identify that scientists use many different methods in conducting their research.
Recognize a problem based on a specific body of knowledge, including life science, earth and space science, or physical science, and do the following:
1. Recognize a scientific question
2. Use reliable information and identify what is already known
3. Create possible explanation
4. Carry out a planned experiment
5. Record observations
6. Summarize results
7. Reach a reasonable conclusion.
Identify the basic process used in scientific investigations, including questioning, observing, recording, determining, and sharing results.
Recognize that scientific investigations can be repeated in different locations.
Recognize that scientists use a variety of methods to get answers to their research questions.
Recognize a problem related to a specific body of knowledge, including life science, earth and space science, or physical science, and do the following:
1. Observe objects and activities
2. Follow planned procedures
3. Recognize a solution.
Recognize a process used in science to solve problems, such as observing, following procedures, and recognizing results.
Recognize that when a variety of common activities are repeated the same way, the outcomes are the same.
Recognize that people try different ways to complete a task when the first one does not work.