Determine an appropriate sample to test an hypothesis. 0606.1.8
Links verified on 7/2/2014
- Bird Sleuth: Investigating Evidence - this module consists of five investigations which give students the chance to learn science by doing science
- How Science works--Variables - Explains the meaning of 'independent', 'dependent' and 'control' variables, with examples from typical practicals
- Student Designed Investigations Part 1 - Making Observations [lesson plan designed for grades 3-5]
- Student Designed Investigations Part 2 - Testable Questions, Predictions, Materials and Procedures [lesson plan designed for grades 3-5]
- Student Designed Investigations Part 3 - Collecting Data and Drawing Conclusions [lesson plan designed for grades 3-5]
- Example Hypotheses - You should have some educated guess about how things work. This educated guess about the answer to your question is called the hypothesis.
- What is a hypothesis? - It is a tentative explanation for an observation, phenomenon, or scientific problem that can be tested by further investigation.
- Math Statistics - Math Examples
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