Chemistry 8-20-13 Using the Scientific Method, Pt. 1

CHEMISTRY – Hey guys, here’s the lecture from Tuesday on the scientific method. I know you’ve heard it for umpteen years, but make sure you can APPLY what you’ve learned about the scientific method.

You’ll have your chance to practice with Mythbusters tomorrow and Ooblek on Thursday. Make sure you print and read BOTH the Mythbusters sheet tomorrow and the Oobleck lab sheet on Thursday – and be sure and bring them to class!

CHEMISTRY 8-20-13 The Scientific Method from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.

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21 thoughts on “Chemistry 8-20-13 Using the Scientific Method, Pt. 1

  1. At the end of the myth busters video, i was wondering if gunfire can’t make the man fly off the seat then what can?

  2. I enjoyed learning how we use the scientific method every day and I didn’t realize how often we use it every day

  3. Mary B. 7th
    Ms Skinner, what ingredient in the Oobleck experiment made the oobleck turn into a solid-liquid formula?? Thank you. 🙂

    • Cecelia – Remember, I told you in class today!
      By the way – Notice how I changed your name. Don’t put your name in the body of the comment, instead put it in the box where your name goes.:)

  4. Today in the oobleck experiment, we used a perfect amount of oobleck powder and oobleck solution… but if we added more of the solution, would the powder be too diluted to function? Or would the resulting mixture just be a runnier version of the regular oobleck?

  5. I really enjoyed playing with the oobleck today. I liked seeing how it turned into a solid when I pulled it apart and how it quickly liquified right after that!!

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