Five E s Instructional Strategy for Full Inquiry: Which brand of paper towels do you believe is best

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Area Science Pacing Guide 2011-2012 Evaluation 5 Quarter 1 Subject 5 Supplementary Asset. Five E's Instructional Technique for Full Request: Which brand of paper towels do you believe is best?. Which brand of paper towels do you believe is best?. Viva. Abundance. Muscular. Publix Ultra. Shimmer.

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´╗┐Area Science Pacing Guide 2011-2012 Grade 5 Quarter 1 Topic 5 Supplementary Resource Five E's Instructional Strategy for Full Inquiry: Which brand of paper towels do you believe is ideal?

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Which brand of paper towels do you believe is ideal? Viva Bounty Brawny Publix Ultra Sparkle Scott GreenWise Use a lab scratch pad to record all data gathered for your gathering's task.

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Paper Towels * Cost and cost from Publix's 6/11/11

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How would you be able to look at the paper towels? Taken a toll Ply Color Texture Content Absorbency Strength Which characteristic do you think figures out which is ideal?

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Which paper towel is ideal? Scott Foresman pp. xxvi-xxvii Scientific Method Ask a question Do inquire about Construct a testable question (issue proclamation) Form speculation Identify the factors Gather materials Identify the systems Conduct the analysis Collect and record information Analyze information/comes about Draw conclusions Communicate comes about Identify new inquiries

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Plan a test to decide the "best" paper towel. Issue Statement: One testable question that can be replied by playing out an investigation. Speculation (" If (I do this) then ( this) will happen .") Independent/controlled Variable Dependent/reacting variable or what you plan to gauge and how Constant Variables or every one of the elements to be kept the same in the examination List of materials you think you will require

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Finalize the Investigation Write your techniques or the means you will follow in your trial. Every method step should be numbered. Each progression needs in the first place a verb. Check strategies to safeguard that all factors are kept the same (steady) aside from the one you are trying (autonomous/controlled). Gather the materials required for the examination. Make information tables.

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Conduct the Experiment Start the examination to test your speculation. Watch and record the quantitative information (numbers or estimations) gathered amid the investigation on an information table. Rehash the test at least three circumstances to affirm comes about. Chart your information from all trials. (Dry Mix) Restate your information in an account frame as the Results.

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Drawing Conclusions What was researched? (Depict the issue articulation.) Restate your theory, and tell in the event that it was supported(true) or not upheld (false). What were the significant discoveries? (Clarify your outcomes.) Look at everything that may have influenced your outcomes. What conceivable clarification would you be able to offer for your discoveries?

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Report on Your Experiment and Findings Describe your motivation and theory. Quickly depict your method. Portray and clarify your outcomes and furthermore state if your speculation was upheld or not by the outcomes. You can utilize a vast graph paper to introduce your information (confirmation) to clarify your decision.

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Making Applications/Extensions What suggestions do you have for further review and for enhancing the analysis? Clarify what you gained from your test that could be connected, in actuality. List any new inquiries that your examination lead you to ask that could be tried in another examination.

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Communicate Your New Inquiry You can utilize the science reasonable clear format to make a Power Point introduction. You can copy your Power Point introduction and show on a Science Fair Project Board. http://science.dadeschools.net/elementaryScienceFair/default.html http://science.dadeschools.net/

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Reference Joseph, Jann. Which Paper Towel is Best? Science and Children, March 2011, Volume 48, Number 7

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