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1 Knowledge and skills. (1) The student conducts laboratory investigations and fieldwork using safe, environmentally appropriate, and ethical practices. The student is expected to: (A) demonstrate safe practices during laboratory investigations and fieldwork; and SE: 85-86, 193, , 294, , , 412, , , 682, AIE: 85-86, 193, , 294, , , 412, , , 682, (B) make wise choices in the conservation and use of resources and the disposal of materials. SE: : 339, 434, , , , 680, 686 AIE: 339, 434, , , , 680, 686 (2) The student identifies scientific methods used during fieldwork and laboratory investigations. The student is expected to: (A) plan and implement investigative procedures including asking questions, formulating testable hypotheses, and selecting equipment and technology; SE: 24, 56, 85-89, 146, , 234, , , 394, 445, 577 AIE: 24, 56, 85-89, 146, , 234, , , 394, 445, 577 (B) collect data by observing and measuring in various ways; SE: 51-56, 66, , , , 193, , 234, 302, 304, , , , 384, 416 AIE: 51-56, 66, , , , 193, , 234, 302, 304, , , , 384, 416 (C) organize, analyze, evaluate, make inferences, and predict trends from data; and SE: 24-26, 35, 42-49, 49-58, 66,80-89, 98-99, , , , 256, , , 346, 416, 445,

2 AIE: 24-26, 35, 42-49, 49-58, 66,80-89, 98-99, , , , 256, , , 346, 416, 445, (D) communicate valid conclusions. SE: 66, 98, 146, 197, 234, 303, , 384, 416, 445, 469, 549, 577, 602 AIE: 66, 98, 146, 197, 234, 303, , 384, 416, 445, 469, 549, 577, 602 (3) The student uses critical thinking and scientific problem solving to make informed decisions. The student is expected to: (A) analyze, review, and critique hypotheses and theories as to their strengths and weaknesses using scientific evidence and information; SE: 24-28, 34 AIE: 24-28, 34 (B) make responsible choices in selecting everyday products and services using scientific information; (C) evaluate the impact of research on scientific thought, society, and the environment; and SE: 6-14, 24-26, 304 AIE: 6-14, (D) gather information about future careers using a variety of sources. SE: 5, 18-23, 35, 66, 198, 234, , 304, 357, 384, 445, 505, 550, 577, 603 AIE: 5, 18-23, 66, 304, 445, 505, 577, 603 (4) The student knows how to formulate hypotheses to guide experimentation and data collection. The student is expected to: 2

3 (A) perform background research with respect to an investigative problem; and SE: 24, 35, 66, 98-99, 256, , , 384, 445, 577, , 631 AIE: 24, 35, 66, 98-99, 256, , , 384, 445, 577, , 631 (B) examine hypotheses generated to guide a research process, evaluating the merits and feasibility of the hypotheses. SE: 24, 35, 66, 98-99, 256, 303, , 445, 577, , 631 AIE: 24, 35, 66, 98-99, 256, 303, , 445, 577, , 631 (5) The student knows how to analyze published research. The student is expected to: (A) identify the scientific methodology used by a researcher; SE: 24 AIE: 24 (B) examine a prescribed research design and identify dependent and independent variables; SE: 56, , 341, 380, , 412, , 561 AIE: 56, , 341, 380, , 412, , 561 (C) evaluate a prescribed research design to determine the purpose for each of the procedures performed; and SE: 35, 66, 98-99, 256, 346, 445, 577, AIE: 35, 66, 98-99, 256, 346, 445, 577, (D) compare the relationship of the hypothesis to the conclusion. SE: 24, 35, 66, 98-99, 256, 346, 445, 577,

4 AIE: 24, 35, 66, 98-99, 256, 346, 445, 577, (6) The student knows how to develop and implement investigative designs. The student is expected to: (A) interact and collaborate with scientific researchers and/or other members of the scientific community to complete a research project; (B) identify and manipulate relevant variables within research situations; (C) use a control in an experimental process; and (D) design procedures to test hypotheses. (7) The student knows how to collect, organize, and evaluate qualitative and quantitative data obtained through experimentation. The student is expected to: (A) record observations and events as they occur within an investigation; SE: 23-26, 44-49, 57,66, , , , , , , , , , , AIE: 23-26, 44-49, 57,66, , , , , , , , , , , (B) acquire, manipulate, and analyze data using equipment and technology; SE: 98-99, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

5 AIE: 98-99, , , , , , , , , , , , , , (C) construct data tables to organize information collected in an experiment; and (D) evaluate data using statistical methods to recognize patterns, trends, and proportional relationships. SE: 66, 98, , 197, , 256, 303, 347, 384, 416, 504, 549, 577, 603 AIE: 66, 98, , 197, , 256, 303, 347, 384, 416, 504, 549, 577, 603 (8) The student knows how to synthesize valid conclusions from qualitative and quantitative data. The student is expected to: (A) synthesize conclusions supported by research data; SE: 66, 304, 347, 384, 622 AIE: 66, 304, 347, 384, 622 (B) consider and communicate alternative explanations for observations and results; and (C) identify limitations within the research process and provide recommendations for additional research. (9) The student knows how to communicate conclusions clearly and concisely to an audience of professionals. The student is expected to: (A) construct charts, tables, and graphs in facilitating data analysis and in communicating experimental results clearly and effectively using technology; and 5

6 (B) suggest alternative explanations from observations or trends evident within the data or from prompts provided by a review panel. 6

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