Introduction to Scientific Observation & Measurement: Day Two of Plaid Pete's Prize Potato

Unit 1: What's The Matter Plaid Pete?
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Objective: SWBAT collect qualitative and quantitative data and use it as evidence to support a scientific claim.

Big Idea: How do scientists use data to support a claim? Do some types of data provide more effective support than others? Students lend Plaid Pete a helping hand, as they collect evidence to make a claim about the identity of the Prize Potato.

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