Explain the role of experimentation in scientific inquiry.
History and Nature of Science
Nature of Scientific Knowledge
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Identify components of familiar systems (e.g., organs of the digestive system, bicycle).
Describe how, in a system (e.g., terrarium, house) with many components, the components usually influence one another.
Provide examples that support the premise that science is an ongoing process that changes in response to new information and discoveries (e.g., space exploration, medical advances).
Plan a simple investigation (e.g., one plant receives adequate water, one receives too much water, and one receives too little water) based on the formulated questions.
Predict the results of an investigation (e.g., in animal life cycles, phases of matter, the water cycle).