5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Scientific literacy
- bar graph
- a understanding basic scientific terms and principles
- b visual display of information or data
- c used to display data that is not continuous or without units
- d true statement
- e the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan,best defense against bias
5 Multiple choice questions
- an attitude of doubt
- A simple statement predicting the result of a controlled scientific experiment.
- a possible explanation for what you observe (that you might assume is true)
- the steps scientists use to create explanations based on the evidence they gather
- scientific statement that is well tested, supported, and verifiable.
5 True/False questions
Model → visual display of information or data
Quantitative Observations → observations made by using measuring instruments. (number-based observations)
Dependent Variable → part of an experiment that the experimenter changes.
Qualitative Observations → observations made by the 5 senses. (seeing, feeling, touching, smelling, tasting.)
Science → a possible explanation for what you observe (that you might assume is true)