Developing a Hypothesis

Developing a Hypothesis
Students learn about scientific hypotheses. They are given tips for developing hypotheses and practice properly wording a hypothesis. Finally, they are presented with a specific problem and must respond to a series of questions that help them arrive at two hypotheses.

Grade Levels: 6 - 10

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Prentice Hall Science Explorer Resources Pro CD-ROM
Pearson Prentice Hall

Excerpted from Prentice Hall Science Explorer Resources Pro CD-ROM © 2000 Pearson Education Inc., publishing as Pearson Prentice Hall. Used by permission.

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