science keywords

science keywords

science keywords

This ASE collection of science wordlists has been developed with a view to supporting students’ progression in science. The resource has keyword lists of new vocabulary encountered each year of secondary science. The wordlists are based on the National Curriculum, including some vocabulary that would have been covered in primary science. The lists are presented in a variety of formats that can be edited to suit your own needs.
The word banks can be displayed or given out to students. New words in a lesson can be marked off on the list, ensuring the students understand their meanings.

Science keywords
Quotation Marks

  • Use “quotation marks” to search for a phrase
    • Example: “environmental impact”

‘Cancer’, ‘blockchain’ and ‘big data’ were among the top search terms in a major science database in 2018.

The search-term data — for 2017 and 2018 — were provided to Nature’s news team by the scholarly database Scopus, which indexes abstracts and references from thousands of journals.

To find information for your assignment in library catalogues, databases or on the Internet, you will need to decide which words you are going to use in your search.
Keywords are the main words or phrases that outline what your topic is about.They represent the important concepts or ideas in your research question.

References:

http://libguides.ucmerced.edu/ess100_oday/keywords
http://www.infodocket.com/2019/01/09/the-most-searched-keywords-in-scopus-and-top-science-related-terms-searched-on-google-in-2018/
http://libguides.jcu.edu.au/search_smarter_science-engineering/step-1-keywords-synonyms
http://www.atinternet.com/en/glossary/keyword-2/

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