Mastering Science Short Answer in GED Writing
Learn to find evidence in passages, make inferences, create and evaluate experiments, and answer two types of questions in the GED Science Short Answer section with the help of Jeff Goodman from Appalachian State University and a quote from Richard Dawkins.
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1. Evidently so.. Writing and the GED Science Short Answer Jeff Goodman Department of Curriculum and Instruction Appalachian State University email@example.com
2. Science replaces private prejudice with public, verifiable evidence. --Richard Dawkins
5. Finding evidence in a passage and making inferences Creating and evaluating an experiment to test a hypothesis Two Types of Questions
7. Based on the evidence presented, what would happen to human beings if the sun were to disappear? Explain using information from the demonstration.
8. When you observe something, you may picture other related ideas to help you understand it. The same is true of reading.
10. Helga notices that heavy balls are often used in demolition work.
11. She wants to test if heavier balls in fact move things farther when they roll into them. Helgas rich and lazy, so she asks you to design a controlled experiment to test this. State your hypothesis, how you will collect data and how you will evaluate data.
12. Hypothesis Controlled variables/manipulated variable Data collection technique Interpretation of data
13. Invisible Glue How could you test if darkness is really necessary for the glue to stick?