Conducting an Experiment: (The Scientific Method in Action part 2)

Unit 1: The Nature of Science
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: Students will follow procedures developed in the previous lesson to conduct an experiment and collect quantitative and qualitative data.

Big Idea: Experiences in the field can highlight the shortcomings of an experimental design. Also: Science is fun!

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