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The History of the Scientific Method


The scientific method is a tool commonly used by scientists as a formal model for investigation. Many know the basic steps involved, but fewer are aware of the rich history of the method's development. This insightful resource tackles the history and evolution of the scientific method, delving back to ancient history and touching on the strong influence of Islamic scientists, too. Lively text engages the readers as they learn about some of the major players who helped develop the scientific method we use today.

Series: Think Like a Scientist

Interest Level: Grades 3-6

Guided Reading Level: M

Lexile Level: 840

ISBN: 9781538302330 (E-book)

Copyright: ©2019      

 Pages: 32

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