|Water Quality-Collection and Analysis|
|Post Date:||September 11, 2019|
Students will learn:
Students will be able to analyze:
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ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY SCOPE AND SEQUENCE
SYSTEM BENCHMARK(S) TO BE ADDRESSED FOR GRADES 6-8,9-12(adult):
Grades 9 - 12 (adult)
MINNESOTA ACADEMIC STANDARDS
7.I.B.4 - The student will explain how classroom scientific investigations relate to established scientific principles.
8.I.B.1 - The student will know that scientific investigations involve the common elements of systematic observations, the careful collection of relevant evidence, logical reasoning and innovation in developing hypothese and explanations.
8.I.B.2 - The student will describe how scientists can conduct investigations in a simple system and make generalizations to more complex systems.
9-12.I.A.1 - The student will be able to distinguish among hypothesis, theory and law as scientific terms and how they are used to answer a specific question.
9-12.I.B.1 - The student will design and complete a scientific experiment using scientific methods by determining a testable question, making a hypothesis, designing a scientific investigation with appropriate controls, analyzing data, making conclusions based on evidence and comparing conclusions to the original hypothesis and prior knowledge.
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|Author:||Pelican River Watershed District|
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|Order information or contact:||Pelican River Watershed District Denise Baer PO Box 1043, Detroit Lakes, MN 56502 (218)846-0436 email@example.com www.prwd.org|
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