Campbellsville Middle School students are studying the scientific method.
In Amy Knifley’s integrated science class, students are learning vocabulary they will need to understand the scientific method and other concepts they will study in her course.
To help them remember their vocabulary words, Knifley asked students to write a definition of the term in their own words and then draw a picture of what that term means to them.
Students are studying terms such as science, hypothesis, independent and dependent variables, qualitative and quantitative data, precision, concise, prediction and much more.
CMS eighth-grader Hayley Wethington highlights her vocabulary worksheet.
CMS eighth-graders Isabella Vannice, at left, and Xierra Underwood write their science definitions.
CMS eighth-grader Zachery Underwood writes his definitions.
CMS eighth-grader Kaine Terry writes his science definitions in his own words.
CMS eighth-graders Kaine Terry, at left, and Abby Brisko write their definitions.
CMS eighth-grader Adin Hunt draws what one of his definitions means to him.
CMS eighth-graders C.J. Adams, at left, and Waylon Franklin write their definitions.
CMS teacher Amy Knifley helps eighth-grader Grant Lawson with a definition.