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  1. Quick review/bellringer • Mouths are quiet • Raise your hand if you need help • A GREAT chance to earn your class points!

  2. Location: Fayetteville, AR • Size: 17,247 students • 23 – 28 average ACT • Admitted: 60% • Mascot: Hogs or Razorbacks

  3. Colors: Cardinal red and white • Senior Walk • Most National Championships for an SEC school • Calling the Hogs • Jerry Jones

  4. Meet Tusk – he lives on a local farm but comes in for game days • Razorback hogs are known for their “tenacious fighting ability”

  5. Inquiry three Achievers on the road to college will be able to develop and defend conclusions!

  6. The last step of the scientific method is to draw a conclusion • What is a good conclusion?

  7. Conclusions must be: • Clear and simple language • Based on the experiments and data • Tell whether your hypothesis is correct or not • Provide opportunities for future research

  8. Based on the info, what can you conclude? • Kyle and Miles both wanted to see if Wheaties could help them lift more weights • Kyle ate Wheaties and lifted 50 lbs each day • Miles did not eat Wheaties and lifted 50 lbs each day • At the end of the week, Kyle could lift up to 80 lbs and Miles could only lift 65 lbs. We conclude that eating wheaties helps you lift more weight.

  9. Based on the info, what can you conclude? • Mr. Vo’s 1st Period class earned Class Points because they were good. •  You can earn class points for being good!

  10. Plant Growth: What can you conclude?

  11. The plant grew most with sunlight + water group. OR: plant grew least with no sunlight, No water

  12. What can you conclude?

  13. Ultraviolet Light causes skin cancer!

  14. Alternate conclusions • Science is precise! • But, there may be multiple possible explanations to the same questions

  15. Road check: What can you conclude?

  16. Road check

  17. Road check

  18. Road check