Infer explanations for why scientists might draw different conclusions from a given set of data.
Conduct a scientific investigation utilizing appropriate process skills.
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Develop a logical argument to explain why scientists often review and ask questions about the results of other scientists’ work.
Justify a scientist’s need to revise conclusions after encountering new experimental evidence that does not match existing explanations.
Analyze different ideas and recognize the skepticism of others as part of the scientific process in considering alternative conclusions.
Discriminate among observations, inferences, and predictions.
Make relationships between evidence and explanations.