These presentations explore the process of scientific inquiry.
All Systems Go
All of the organs of your body are part of an organ system which has a specific function that contributes to your survival.
As changes occur internally, organs respond to these changes and keep the body functioning at the same level. This constant internal balance is called Homeostasis.
In this interactive presentation you will learn the functions of the major body organs and how the organ systems work together to regulate body activity.
The Eggsact Competition
In Term 4, Yr.7's are eggspected to eggsecute an Eggstended Eggsperimental Investigation eggsploring eggsamples of catapult eggspulsion.
The Eggsact competition takes the eggsperience to the eggstreme by challenging you to eggshibit your eggspertise about forces and motion to protect an eggstronaut from eggstermination.
The aim of the competition is to catapult an eggstronaut as close as possible to an eggsact target without being eggsterminated.
The Compound Microscope
The aim of this interactive simulation is to develop your skills in using a microscope and to observe common cells at various magnifications.
The activity is presented in 3 parts:
Identify the parts of a microscope
Learn how to use a microscope
Test your knowledge and skills
Visiting Scientist Notes:
UFO: First Contact
When is water safe to drink?
Would you drink recycled water?
Why aren't we using solar power?
What's in a name?
The Eggsact Workshop
How are rocks classified?
Exploring the particle model
How are molecular models built?
The secret life of plants
Responses and Disease TBA
Reactions of Life TBA
Virtaul Interactive Simulations
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The Phases of Scientific Inquiry:
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