4 edition of The way of the scientist found in the catalog.
The way of the scientist
by Simon and Schuster in New York
Consists of interviews first published in International science and technology.
|Statement||selected and annotated by the editors of International science and technology. Introd. by Robert Colborn. Photos. by Heka.|
|LC Classifications||Q171 .I56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||66027585|
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*FREE* Scientist mini-book This mini-book introduces students to basic science vocabulary; sort, measure, observe, record etc. Also included is a mini-book response, perfect for students to take the book home for homework and answer the questions. Enjoy! Kerry Antilla 4/5(88). For this portion of the lesson, I read the book, What Is a Scientist by Barbara Lehn. This story does a wonderful job of introducing the roles of a scientist in very simple, kid friendly terms. I gather the students around my big : Joyce Baumann.
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