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Hi everybody, my name is Dr. Hill. I am here today to talk to you guys about the scientific method. I hope you are excited like me.
Let's go into the building and into my lab.
Me and my assistant are going to get started on the scientific method. The first step is an observation. That means that you have to ask yourself a question about a certain topic. For example, What is the reaction of an ant eating crackers?
Hi my name is Dr. Camilla. I am Dr. Hill's assistant. Do you know what the 2nd step to the scientific method is? It is called the problem. It means to do your research. That means to use websites and recourses.
Hi my name is Leo. I wonder what the 3rd step is to the scientific method?
The third step to the scientific method is called the hypothesis. That means to take a good guess of the question. For example, I think that the ant will get an upset stumach when it eats the cracker.
The 4th step to the scientific is the fun part, the experiment. That is when you get to test your hypothesis. For example, you will give your ant a cracker and see what happens to the ant.
The 5th step is the results. That means to see if your hypothesis is correct. For example, my hypothesis was correct, the ant got an upset stumach.
The last step to the scientific method is called the conclusion. That means I ask myself what did I learn? For example, What I learned is that if you give an ant a cracker it will get an upset sumach.
Thank you for watching my presentation. I hope you and your other classmates learned a lot about the scientific method. I know I did at least. Maybe one day you will need to use the scientific method yourself. Bye, and again, thank you for watching.
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