• How to Study for Science
     
    For each investigation on the quiz:
     
    1) Learn the vocabulary and definitions (in your own words) and be able to give examples where applicable.
     
    Use to study:
    • The Vocabulary section of online workbook (in Notability and/or the Notability folder in Drive) and  
    • The Science Glossary (in Notability and/or the Notability folder in Drive)
     
    2) Review the activities we did in the online workbook (in Notability and/or the Notability folder in Drive) and the conclusions we learned from them.
     
    Use to study:
    • The Content section of the online workbook that go with the investigation(s) (in Notability and/or the Notability folder in Drive) and
    • The online workbook pages (in Notability and/or the Notability folder in Drive) that go with the investigation(s).
     
    3) If there are graphs, be able to interpret graphs and tell the relationship between the variables.  If there is data, be able to make predictions based on the data and tell the relationship between the numbers in the data table. 
     
    4) There is a "Quizlet" (on Quizlet.com) for every upcoming quiz, organized by Unit and Investigation number. Practice the Quizlet. (Linked on my Science Resources page on this website and linked in Google Classroom)
     
    5) There may be an online FOSSweb Activity or Virtual Investigation linked that you can review with organized by Unit and Investigation number. (Linked on my Science Resources page on this website and linked in Google Classroom)