One Scientific Method?...Not

Unit 1: Introduction to 7th Grade Science
Lesson 3 of 14

Objective: Students will be able compare different versions of the scientific method and come up with their own.

Big Idea: There is no one way to "do" science, different sources describe the scientific method in different ways. However, they all incorporate the same concepts and principles.

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