Sight - Size, shapes, colors, position, how objects interact;
Hear - loudness, pitch, rhythm;
Touch - flexibility, texture, hot-cold, shapes, size, mass, weight,
Taste - bitter, salty, sour, sweet;
Smell associate objects with odors;
Similarities, differences, and changes in properties and motion of
Order - events, size, mass, weight, density,
Use of scientific instruments to increase observation such as magnifying
glass, ruler, thermometer, microscope, balance scale, binoculars, telescope,
Make a definition to describe an interaction or observation.
||is the behavior of units of matter, objects, organisms, or events in the universe. It can be described statistically. Probability is the relative certainty or uncertainty that individuals can assign to selected events happening or not happening in a specified space or time. In science reduction of uncertainty occurs through such processes as the development of knowledge about factors influencing objects, organisms, systems, or events; better and more observations; and better explanatory models.see Considered as a unified science processes or cross cutting concepts along with: system, order, and organization
||includes different types and levels. Types include periodic table of elements, classification of organisms... Levels include matter - fundamental particles, atoms, molecules, and organism - cells, tissues, organs. organisms, populations, communities. Levels can change according to needs and interactions between the levels occur. Considered as a unified science processes or cross cutting concepts along with: system, order, and organization
||Make a specific forecast
of future properties or interactions based on past experiences, observations,
or organizational schemes ( chaos, systems, cycles, models).
||Characteristics of objects.
May be directly or indirectly observable. Properties could includecolor,
shape, size, pattern, living-nonliving, sequence, behavior, rate, position,
motion, scale, weight, mass, volume, density.
||Actions used to observe,
communicate, organize, compare, discover relationships, infer, and apply.
||is the knowledge and understanding
of scientific concepts and processes required for personal decisions making,
participation in civic and cultural affairs, and economic productivity.
||includetwo and three-dimensional
geometric, symmetrical. Relative position is locating all objects in space
relative to a reference point.
||Identify shapes, relative
position and motion.
||is a unit of investigation, an organized group of related objects or components that form a whole. (organisms, machines, fundamental particles, galaxies, ideas, numbers, transportation, and education. Systems have boundaries, components, resources flow (input and output), and feedback. Considered as a unified science processes or cross cutting concepts along with: Systems, Order, and Organization
||tools used to make modifications
to the world to meet human needs.
||a comprehensive thoughtful and enduring explanation of some aspect of the physical and natural world that can be supported by evidence.
||a property or condition
that can change.