Unit 2 Test Review

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1. Open question
180 seconds
What is the ethical responsibility of scientists to use scientific knowledge to create a more equitable and sustainable energy system for our society?
2. Open question
150 seconds
What is the fundamental process that defines the scientific method? How does the scientific method help us gain knowledge about the natural world?
3. Open question
150 seconds
What are some common reasons for science to be considered unreliable? Why is it important to distinguish between reliable and unreliable science?
4. Open question
120 seconds
What criteria are used to determine the reliability of scientific research? Why is peer review often associated with reliable science?
5. Poll
60 seconds
You have the opportunity to go back in time and change one event in history. Which option would you choose?
  • Prevent the invention of smartphones
  • Prevent the use of fossil fuels
6. Open question
180 seconds
Why do scientific theories and ideas remain tentative?How does new evidence impact the tentativeness of scientific knowledge?
7. Open question
240 seconds
What is the purpose of peer review in the scientific process?Who typically conducts peer reviews of scientific research?
8. Open question
120 seconds
Can you list the key steps of the scientific method? Why is the scientific method considered a cornerstone of scientific inquiry?
9. Drawings
330 seconds
Draw a dinosaur swimming in a big bowl of soup
10. Open question
180 seconds
Where is the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem located?What makes the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem significant in the field of ecology?
11. Poll
60 seconds
You are stranded on a deserted island with only two items. Would you rather have a fully charged smartphone with no signal or a solar-powered radio with no batteries?
  • Fully charged smartphone with no signal
  • Solar-powered radio with no batteries

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