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Student Designed Lab: Testable Questions

Unit 2: Introduction to Science and Engineering Practices
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT write grade level appropriate testable questions centered on a randomly chosen object.

Big Idea: Students create their own investigations based on an object chosen from a big box of junk!

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Science, Science Skills, experimental evidence, experimental design, inquiry, asking questions and defining problems
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