The Logic of Scientific Discovery Fun Activities

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Critique the Theorist

Review one theory or point of view from any theorists presented in this book and provide a detailed critique. Your critique must have supporting evidence and examples.

Develop Your Own Theory

Develop your own theory using steps or rules from the book. This can be for an imaginary thing, but list the steps you take to get there.

Develop an Experiment.

Review the book, find one experiment, theory, or idea, and create an experiment to test its validity.

Is it Deductive or Inductive?

Provide the class with a list of both inductive and deductive statements. The class will race either individually or in groups to determine which each statement is. The first one completed and correct wins.

Using Scientific Words Creatively

Choose a list of words from the book and write a creative story around them. The story does not need to be scientific but...

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