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Discussion Web

Reasons


Yes

No



Question

Conclusions




13. Experimental Design
This table can be used to organize the steps required for designing scientific experiments.


Question:







Prediction/Hypothesis:










Materials:













Procedure:



















Experimental Design
This table can be used to organize the steps required for designing scientific experiments.


Question: How does chewing affect the mass of bubble

and chewing gum?




Prediction/Hypothesis: The bubble gum will have

less mass after chewing because bubble gum has more

sugar than chewing gum.




Materials: 3 three-gram pieces of bubble gum (all the

same brand); 3 three-gram pieces of chewing gum (all

the same brand); balance to measure mass; stopwatch







Procedure:

1. Chew three-gram piece of bubble gum for 15 seconds

2. Measure the mass of chewed gum and record

3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for chewing gum

4. Repeat steps 1, 2, and 3 two more times with each

type of gum.










14. Flow Chart

Flow Chart







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Flow Chart for Protein Synthesis

The section of DNA located on a specific chromosome is copied onto a strand of messenger RNA




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The messenger RNA strand leaves the nucleus of the cell and enters the cytoplasm.




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A ribosome reads the strand of messenger RNA in sets of three (called condons) and attaches the corresponding transfer RNA with its amino acid attached.


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Amino acids are attached together in sequential order to make a protein.


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The long strand of protein forms a 3 dimensional structure that can be used by the body.


15. It’s All In the Title



Name ________________________

Date ____________________

It’s All In the Title

Title of Chapter/section:



Based on the title, what do you think this chapter/section might be about?


Based on the title, what types of information do you think might be in this chapter/section?


In the space provided below, draw a cover page for the chapter/section based on the title.


Name ________________________

Date ____________________



It’s All In The Title

Title of Chapter/section:

Chapter 18 Volcanic Activity 


Based on the title, what do you think this chapter/section might be about?

I think this chapter might be about volcanoes. 



Based on the title, what types of information do you think might be in this chapter/section?

It will probably include information about different types of volcanoes, how volcanoes erupt, what causes them to erupt, and maybe information about where they are located


In the space provided below, draw a cover page for the chapter/section based on the title.




16. Fishbone (or Herringbone) Graphic Organizer





Main Idea







Fishbone



















Theory of Continental Drift








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