Earth Science Warm Ups

Earth Science Warm Ups

Earth Science Warm Ups Warm Up 1 List as many types of scientists that you can in 1 minute. Warm Up 1 List as many types of scientists that you can in

1 minute. Warm Up 2 Use a dictionary to determine the meaning of the following prefixes: geopaleometeoroceanastro- Warm Up

What kind of scientist might answer each of the following questions: What life-forms dwell on the ocean floor, 9.5 km below the ocean surface? Is Earths atmosphere becoming warmer? If so, how will humans be affected? Are there deposits of oil, gas, gold, and silver still undiscovered in Earths crust? How can they be reached?

How many stars are there? Is there life on other planets? Warm Up What kind of scientist might answer each of the following questions: What life-forms dwell on the ocean floor, 9.5 km below the ocean surface? Biological Oceanographer Is Earths atmosphere becoming warmer? If so, how will

humans be affected? Meteorologist Are there deposits of oil, gas, gold, and silver still undiscovered in Earths crust? How can they be reached? Geologist How many stars are there? Is there life on other planets? Astronomer Warm Up

Match the following stages of a robbery investigation to the steps of the scientific method: Gathering clues Interrogating suspects Realizing that a crime has taken place and wondering who did it Solving the crime Determining suspects

Warm Up Match the following stages of a robbery investigation to the steps of the scientific method: Gathering clues making observations Interrogating suspects testing the hypothesis Realizing that a crime has taken place and wondering who did it - Asking a question

Solving the crime -drawing a conclusion Determining suspects forming a hypothesis Warm Up Write the questions and answer in your own words 1. Why do scientists ask questions? 2. What can scientists do if their tests do not support their hypothesis?

3. Why do scientists draw conclusions about their results? Warm Up Write the questions and answer in your own words 1. Why do scientists ask questions? To focus the purpose of an investigation 2. What can scientists do if their tests do not

support their hypothesis? They may repeat investigations to check for errors. 3. Why do scientists draw conclusions about their results? To see if their results matched their hypothesis.

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