PPT

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SQUADS
ACT Prep Round 1
Subject: 9th Grade Science
Agenda Page 39
CPW
Week 5
Learning Intentions - Today, I am going to practice College
Readiness Standards:
1. Interpretation of Data: 16-19
2. Interpretation of Data: 16-19
3. Scientific Investigation: 16-19
4. Scientific Investigation: 16-19
Success Criteria – I am successful if I can:
1.
Select two pieces of data from a simple data presentation.
2.
Identify the methods and tolls used in a simple experiment.
Quick Note!
• Today’s questions are based on the printed
passage you will receive shortly. After reading
your passage individually, choose the best
answer to each question. You may refer to the
passages as often as necessary.
• You have 4 Minutes to read your passage!
9th Grade Science
#1. Based on the results of Study 1, the highest
percent of finches on Island B and Island C had a
beak depth of:
A.
B.
C.
D.
Island B
8 mm
9 mm
10 mm
10 mm
Island C
8 mm
12 mm
8 mm
10 mm
9th Grade Science
#2. During which of the following years were
small seeds likely most abundant on Island B?
A. 1977
B. 1980
C. 1982
D. 1984
9th Grade Science
#3. Study 1 differed from Study 2 in which of the following
ways?
A. G. fortis finches were captured during Study 1 but not
during Study 2.
B. G. fuliginosa finches were captured during Study 1 but
not during Study 2.
C. The beak depth of captured birds was measured during
Study 1 but not during Study 2.
D. The beak depth of captured birds was measured during
Study 2 but not during Study 1.
9th Grade Science
#4. It is most likely that the researchers tagged the
birds that they captured during Study 1 to:
A. determine how beak depth was affected by
rainfall on Island A.
B. determine the average age of each finch
population.
C. ensure that the beak depth of each finch was
measured multiple times during Study 1.
D. ensure that the beak depth of each finch was
measured only once during Study 1.
SQUADS
ACT Prep Round 1
Subject: 9th Grade Science
Agenda Page 39
CPW
Week 5
Now ‘Squad Up’ and replay this
PPT. Use the Student
Answer/Rationale Sheet.
Then exchange your Squad’s
answer sheet with that of
another squad.
Launch the ANSWERS video.

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