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The Scientific Method in The Real World…

The Scientific Method in The Real World (Core Library: Science in the Real…

by L. E. Carmichael

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Summary: This is a simple book on explaining what the scientific method is and how it relates to the real world. This book gives simple examples of how the scientific method can be used in the real world and everyday life.
Personal Reaction: This was a great book to explain what exactly the scientific method is and how it relates to everyday life. This is a great book to explain to students how what they are learning in class is related to the real world. Simple and to the point.
Classroom Extentions: I would use this book while I was teaching students about the scientific method. This is a great example of how this can be related to the real world along with providing lots of information about what the scientific method is.
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Examines the history of the scientific method and describes each of its components, which include making observations, asking questions, creating hypotheses, running experiments, and looking for patterns in the results.

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