UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS SCIENCE III

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The objects to be observed will depend on the contents of the pupils’ bags. You can include objects like pad paper, sand, pebbles, sandpaper, pineapple peelings, wooden stick, sponge, drinking glass and others.

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'Science can never provide a final answer or things, it is only a way of studying them' Do you agree ?It is somewhat rash to assume that the only role of science is to answer the question 'How?' That was true in the days of Newton, when an educated person could have a grasp in outline of all human knowledge. Science then filled some of the gaps left by the deliberations of the philosopher and the theologian. Since then, it has far outstripped the contributions of both. Philosophy has degenerated into historical study and has no modern contribution to make. Theology has made no advance since

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