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DSJ #1

1. What does the letter “C” in “PACK” stand for?

2. What is the title of our textbook? (look on the spine)

3. What does SNB stand for?

4. What color is the basket for absent work?

5. When is ZAP served during the day?

 

 DSJ #2

1. How many sentences does a DSR need?

2. Who is responsible for getting absent work?

3. If there is an accident, who should you notify?

4. You should conduct yourself in a _________ manner during lab experiments.

5. How many points is a stamp typically worth?

 

DSJ #3

1. ________ observations involve numbers (Notes SNB 9/9)

2. What is the study of life referred to as? (Notes SNB 9/9)

3. What is one characteristic of a living thing? (Notes SNB 9/9)

4. Make a qualitative observation about something around you.

5. Make a quantitative observation about something around you.

 

DSJ #4 

1. Making a prediction about what might happen is called a ___________.

2. You should only change one ____________ at a time.

3. Why might a scientist perform multiple trials in a lab?

4. If you are using your eyes, ears, touch, or any other senses to gather data you are making an _____________.

5. Why is it important to keep certain variables controlled/constant throughout the lab?

DSJ #5

1. An educated guess about what happened or is happening in the moment is an  __________.

2. The scientific method is also called scientific __________.

3. The __________________ variable always goes on the Y axis.

4. List two different ways someone can make an observation (think of the senses).

5. Think back and list one important lab safety rule we discussed. (One important safety rule is….)

 

DSJ #6      

Answer in your DSJ on Page 6.

1. Which variable goes on the X-axis? (Notes SNB Pg. 17/18)

2. Name one reason graphs are useful. (Notes SNB Pg. 17/18)

3. What are the four types of graphs we discussed? (Notes SNB 17/18)

4. What is a scatter plot used for? (Notes SNB 17/18)

5. What graph would be best to show favorite foods among students in percentages?  (Notes SNB 17/18)

 

DSJ #7      

1. Which variable goes on the Y-axis? (Notes SNB Pg. 17/17)

2. If your cell phone battery life goes down while using it more, this is a _______ relationship. (SNB 17/17)

3. Both variables increase or decrease together in a ______ relationship. (Notes SNB 17/17)

4. What is a line graph useful for? (Notes SNB 17/17)

5. What graph would be best to show the percentages of students that have brown eyes vs any other color? (Notes SNB 17/17)

DSJ #8 (7th Grade)

1.  The metric system is based on units of ____.                                                                                                                                                        

2. What is the standard unit for volume?

3. You are doing a lab to see which fertilizer helps plants grow best. What is the dependent/responding variable?

4.  Which metric unit would be best to measure the length of a Snickers candy bar?

5.  What temperature does water boil at (in Celsius)?

 

DSJ #9

1. How many millimeters are in 34.5 centimeters?

2. Which is greater? 1 meter or 99 centimeters?

3.  Find the volume of a building with a height of 7m, a length of 3m, and a width of 2m.

4. Which metric unit would be best for measuring the width of the cover of your DSJ?

5. What is the width of the cover of your DSJ?

DSJ #10 

1. What are two functions that cells are responsible for? (Notes)

2.  Cells are viewable with a ___________.

3.  A _________ microscope has multiple lenses.

4.  The base unit scientists use for mass is the _______.

5.  ___________ is the amount of space something takes up.

 

DSJ #11 

1. How powerful was Leeuwenhoek’s simple microscope? (Textbook 82)

2.  What is one thing that cell theory states? (Notes SNB 28/28)

3.  A ___________ organism has a single cell. (Notes SNB 28/28)

4.  A _______ is a tool used to find the mass of an object. (Notes 26/26)

5.  The _________ is the base unit for volume in the metric system (Notes 25/25)

 

DSJ #12

  1. What are the names of the two knobs on the microscope?
  2. What are the objective lenses attached to?
  3. Multicellular organisms can be broken down into cells, tissues, _______, and __________ systems. (28/28)
  4. The coarse adjustment knob controls the height of the ___________.
  5. Which lens should you always start with?

 

DSJ 13:

  1. Which cells have been on earth longer? Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic cells?
  2. What size are the vacuoles in plant cells?
  3. Eukaryote cells are more _______ than prokaryote cells.
  4. How does the cell membrane act like a guard?
  5. What kind of cells do humans have?


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