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The Scientific area of learning is concerned with increasing pupils’ knowledge and understanding of our world, and with developing skills associated with Science as a process of enquiry. It will develop the natural curiosity of the child, encourage respect for living organisms and the physical environment and provide opportunities for critical evaluation of evidence.
The science process skills form the foundation for scientific methods:
After making observations it is important to notice similarities, differences, and group objects according to a purpose. It is important to create order to help comprehend the number of objects, events, and living things in the world.
This is the most basic skill in science. Observations are made by using the 5 senses. Good observations are essential in learning the other science process skills.
It is important to be able to share our experiences. This can be done with graphs, diagrams, maps, and spoken word.
Measuring is important in collecting, comparing, and interpretting data. It helps us classify and communicate with others. The metric system should be used to help understand the scientific world.
An inference is an explanation based on an observation. It is a link between what is observed and what is already known.
What do you think will happen? It is an educated guess based on good observations and inferrences about an observed event or prior knowledge.
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