Academic Vocabulary Level 3--Scientific Investigations

Author: Christine Dugan

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials

ISBN: 1480770760


Page: 10

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This lesson integrates academic vocabulary instruction into content-area lessons. Two easy-to-implement strategies for teaching academic vocabulary are integrated within the step-by-step, standards-based science lesson.

Scientific Investigations

Author: Great Britain. Dept. of Agriculture and Technical Instruction for Ireland. Fisheries Branch,Ireland. Fisheries Branch

Publisher: N.A


Category: Fisheries

Page: N.A

View: 1935

Scientific Investigation of Copies, Fakes and Forgeries

Author: Paul T. Craddock

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 075064205X

Category: Science

Page: 628

View: 8152

"A comprehensive guide to the technical and scientific study of the authenticity of a wide range of antiquities and artworks"--P. [4] of cover.

Statistics in Scientific Investigation

Its Basis, Application, and Interpretation

Author: Glen McPherson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1475742908

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 667

View: 3507

In this book I have taken on the challenge of providing an insight into Statistics and a blueprint for statistical application for a wide audience. For students in the sciences and related professional areas and for researchers who may need to apply Statistics in the course of scientific experimenta tion, the development emphasizes the manner in which Statistics fits into the framework of the scientific method. Mathematics students will find a unified, but non-mathematical structure for Statistics which can provide the motivation for the theoretical development found in standard texts on theoretical Statistics. For statisticians and students of Statistics, the ideas contained in the book and their manner of development may aid in the de velopment of better communications between scientists and statisticians. The demands made of readers are twofold: a minimal mathematical prerequisite which is simply an ability to comprehend formulae containing mathematical variables, such as those derived from a high school course in algebra or the equivalent; a grasp of the process of scientific modeling which comes with ei ther experience in scientific experimentation or practice with solving mathematical problems.

200 Science Investigations for Young Students

Practical Activities for Science 5 - 11

Author: Martin Wenham

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 0761963480

Category: Education

Page: 288

View: 3133

This book provides materials to enable students aged 5-11 years to learn about the world around them through hands-on activities.

Scientific Investigations

Author: Fishery Board for Scotland

Publisher: N.A


Category: Fisheries

Page: N.A

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Earth Science Investigations

United States Antarctic Research Program (USARP) for the Period July 1, 1977 - June 30, 1978. A Summary Report Prepared for the Working Group on Geology, Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU)

Author: N.A

Publisher: National Academies


Category: Earth sciences

Page: 61

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100+ Fun Ideas for Science Investigations

Author: Anita Loughrey

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 0857472623

Category: Education

Page: 171

View: 2911

This book contains exciting, fun classroom experiments to help teach scientific investigation. The activities require a minimum of preparation and only the simplest of science equipment. Each activity provides opportunities for children to develop their skills of scientific enquiry. The easy-to-use layout will make this an invaluable book for all primary school teachers.

The Scientific Investigation of Mass Graves

Towards Protocols and Standard Operating Procedures

Author: Margaret Cox

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521865875

Category: Law

Page: 562

View: 9971

First book to describe essential processes and techniques for the scientific investigation of atrocity crimes.

The Social Process of Scientific Investigation

Author: W.R. Knorr,R. Krohn,Richard P. Whitley

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9400991096

Category: History

Page: 328

View: 7000

practice, some of which is translated into the standard forms of public discourse, in publication, and then retranslated by readers and adapted again to local practice at self-selected other sites. Less may be left implicit, and additional personal and contextual information is carried, by the "informal" methods of communication which mediate local projects and international publication. But both methods of communication are screens as well as conduits of information. History and Background of the Volume When the planning of this volume began in the spring of 1977, it seemed a natural part of the mandate for the Yearbook. There had also been a number of more specific calls for deeper studies of research in social and historical context (3). These calls can be seen as giving permission and legitimacy to ask questions otherwise seen as irrelevant, or even disrespectful, and as attempts to develop new perspectives from which to ask and to answer them. The implied and expressed irreverence toward traditions and institutions of great respect may have prolonged this process of initial apologetics. In any case, in May 1977 the theme of 'The Social Process of Scientific Investigation' was proposed to the Editorial Board for Volume IV as "the heart of the subject. " That is, the ethnographic and detailed historical study of actual scientific activity and thinking at or close to the work site.