Three Rules:
1. Fred may not fall into the sea (table) more than one time. If he does, he drowns.
2. You may not injure Fr...
In Your Science Journal
Work with your partner to record in your science
notebook exactly what you did to save Fred.
You m...
There are many ways to solve
problems!
What if you were studying human
beings in order to solve a problem?
• What kinds of experiments are possible when
you stud...
Studying People Scientifically
• What kinds of experiments are possible when
you study human beings?
• How can you collect evidence in these
situations?
• Turn to
page A-8
in your
textbook
• Notice –
– Challenge
– Computer icon
List all Evidence Goldberger observed
or collected about Pellagra
Analysis of Evidence
Scientific Analysis is different than other
types of writing.
It is important that certain elements b...
Recognizing Relevant Evidence
What is the key word in
this evaluation?
What to look for:
States correct and relevant evid...
Analysis Questions
In groups of 4, write a response to the analysis
questions on page A9/A10
Table 1 –
question 1
Table 2 ...
Using Evidence to Make Trade- Offs
What is the key word
in this evaluation?
What is a ‘trade off’?
Target
A trade off ...
Tonight’s Homework
• Using the guidelines from the Trade Off
rubric, answer:
Question 5 on page A10.
Answer using googledo...
Clinical Trial?
Same as
Better than Worse than
yellow
yellow
yellow
lemon drink lemon drink lemon drink
My
response
My gro...
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Poor fred final

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Three Rules: 1. Fred may not fall into the sea (table) more than one time. If he does, he drowns. 2. You may not injure Fred in any way – Poor Fred. 3. You may use only 4 paper clips to move Fred, the boat, and the life preserver. You may not touch anything except the paper clips.
  • 2. In Your Science Journal Work with your partner to record in your science notebook exactly what you did to save Fred. You may wish to draw a picture or a diagram to explain your procedure.
  • 3. There are many ways to solve problems!
  • 4. What if you were studying human beings in order to solve a problem? • What kinds of experiments are possible when you study human beings? • How can you collect evidence in these situations?
  • 5. Studying People Scientifically
  • 6. • What kinds of experiments are possible when you study human beings? • How can you collect evidence in these situations?
  • 7. • Turn to page A-8 in your textbook • Notice – – Challenge – Computer icon
  • 8. List all Evidence Goldberger observed or collected about Pellagra
  • 9. Analysis of Evidence Scientific Analysis is different than other types of writing. It is important that certain elements be addressed in your analysis.
  • 10. Recognizing Relevant Evidence What is the key word in this evaluation? What to look for: States correct and relevant evidence (such as facts, data and observations). 4 Target Notice the ‘target’ arrow. Response accomplishes level 3, AND goes beyond in some significant way, e.g. questioning or justifying the source, validity, and /or quantity of the evidence 3 Identifies key evidence with the appropriate number of facts, data, and observations 2 Missing key evidence OR insufficient number of facts, data, and observations 1 Missing key evidence AND insufficient number of facts, data, and observations; OR states opinion as facts. 0 Missing; illegible, or offers no evidence.
  • 11. Analysis Questions In groups of 4, write a response to the analysis questions on page A9/A10 Table 1 – question 1 Table 2 – question 2 Table 3 – question 3 Table 4 and 5 – question 4
  • 12. Using Evidence to Make Trade- Offs What is the key word in this evaluation? What is a ‘trade off’? Target A trade off is something given up in choosing one thing over the other What to look for: Response uses evidence to compare multiple options (what is gained and what is given up – pros/cons) in order to make a choice 4 3 2 1 Accomplishes level 3 AND goes beyond in some significant way. For example, suggesting additional evidence that would influence choices or questioning the validity or quantity of evidence and explaining how it influences choice. Uses relevant and accurate evidence to compare multiple options, and makes a choice based on the comparison. Compares options using evidence BUT reasons or choices are incomplete and/or part of the evidence is missing; OR only one complete and accurate perspective has been provided. States at least one option BUT only provides opinions and/or uses inaccurate or irrelevant evidence. Missing, illegible, or completely lacks reasons and evidence. 0
  • 13. Tonight’s Homework • Using the guidelines from the Trade Off rubric, answer: Question 5 on page A10. Answer using googledoc. ** Show me your very best! Show me what you’re capable of! **
  • 14. Clinical Trial? Same as Better than Worse than yellow yellow yellow lemon drink lemon drink lemon drink My response My group’s response

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