“It’s like any locker room,” he said, “but they’re better because they’ve got time to perfect it. They call what they do ‘gags,’ and when they’re not doing one on set they’re trying them on each other. The film clip of their pranks would be as good as the clips of their stunts.”.
For example, in the more specific question above, students would be measuring the temperature of soil (using a thermometer) and collecting data about the germination (keeping track of when the seeds sprout).When brainstorming testable questions, students could be thinking this experiment be done with the time and materials we have? If not, what would be needed? Is it practical to do in the classroom?Ideally, testable questions will lead to answers that are of value to the students and will further their understanding of science concepts. Encouraging students to come up with their own testable questions can motivate students to find answers.Similar to the A for Attainable, students could be thinking we have enough time to do this experiment? For example, if the investigation is about how the amount of water affects the size of tomatoes on their tomato plants, this will take months to complete and may in fact go beyond the end of the school year.How does Tomatosphere model the asking of a testable question?In the Seed Investigation, the inquiry question is provided to the students:How does exposure to the space environment or space like conditions affect the number of tomato seeds that germinate?Is this a testable question? Yes!The question is specific (is clear what is being changed).The testable question of the Seed Investigation is about changing the type of seeds (seeds which have been in space or have been treated to a environment vs. Non treated seeds).
Is Owen Wilson “resisting” rehab? The actor, who attempted suicide on Aug. 26, “doesn’t think he really has a problem,” an “insider” tells In Touch. Instead, he’s said to have hired a $750 a day “sober companion” to keep him off drugs and booze. When I was a volunteer working in hospital radio in my teens, patients who wanted to call their relatives had to wait until a heavy payphone on wheels was trundled up to their bedside. When it wasn being used by another patient, that is. Then came mobile phones and for a short time people were able to keep in touch with their families as much as they desired, until many hospitals around the world banned the use of mobile phones on hospital wards, fearing they might cause essential medical equipment to malfunction..