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Processes of Science

Mars, a Case Study

Prerequisite Knowledge

This photo collection and its activities require only general knowledge about the effects of water on Earth’s features. The activities in this collection might be appropriate for the beginning of the school year. The activities and questions will give students a background in the nature of science, as well as skills in the practice of science that they can use for more specific science content later in the year.

Grade Level

Middle & High School

Classroom Connections

Earth and Space Science
Engineering

Curriculum Snapshot

  • The nature and processes of science: what scientists and engineers do and how they do it
  • Using photographs to study inaccessible locations such as Mars

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