Using scientific concepts, models, and terminology to report results, discuss relationships, and propose new explanations.
Students demonstrate their ability to explain data by
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Explaining how experimental findings can be generalized to other situations.
Explaining data using correct scientific terminology
Using experimental results to support or refute original hypothesis.
Using additional resources (e.g., books, journals, databases, interview, etc.) to strengthen an explanation.
Distinguishing between observational, experimental, and research questions (e.g., Observational—How does a cricket chirp? Experimental—-Does the amount of light affect how a cricket chirps? Research—Do all crickets chirp? Why do crickets chirp?).