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Copy of Agriscience Fair

How to create a successful Agriscience Progect

Jamie Rich

on 4 January 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Agriscience Fair

Agriscience Agriscience: the science of agriculture, or any agricultural feild; such as: environmental, animal science, botany, micro-biology, and mechanics Scientific Formula Research Researching is the most important step, if you don't understand the basics of your progect you wont be able to effectivly explain it. Hypothosis If I do ______ then_______ will happen. Variables Independent-What I change
Dependent- What changes Trials It is important to have trials of three, but you want more than just one trial. Finding your experiment You want your project to mean something to you. You want to do something original, something that hasn't been done. Ideas of this would be taking an ordinary progect like, mice in a maze, and changing the varibles, to be more about nutirition then incentive. If you want to work with mice, for example, you dont have to use a maze. Think of somthing else that can be done that isnt as basic This is crucial to the success of your project, but it can be time consuming. Not only do you have to find something you enjoy doing, and hasn't been done before, you also have to find something that judges will think is important as well. Presentaion This is better seen than explained. Use a font size of at least 16 points for the text on your display board, so that it is easy to read from a few feet away. It's OK to use slightly smaller fonts for captions on pictures and tables.

The title should be big and easily read from across the room. Choose one that accurately describes your work, but also grabs peoples' attention.

A picture speaks a thousand words! Use photos or draw diagrams to present non-numerical data, to propose models that explain your results, or just to show your experimental setup. But, don't put text on top of photographs or images. It can be very difficult to read. You want to frame your information Beware of Shadowing, it makes the words
harder to see and looks unplanned. Don't Build Your Display Like a Closet You want your display board to invite people in for a closer look at your project. If you make your display too deep and/or make the sides perpendicular to the back of the display, a person has to twist his or her neck to see your information.
Don't Make Your Display Board Too Tall If your board gets too high, people have to crane their necks, which is something you don't want them to do. Additionally, the farther they are from the text, the smaller it appears, making it hard to read. Perfect Model Don't Make Your Display Board Too Low Don't put text below table height. People aren't going to sit on the floor to read it, and if they cannot read it, don't bother putting it there. No one can read this!!! Education Any project you do, you want to make sure you take some time and educate other people on what YOU learned, and how its going to help and effect them. Write letters to newspapers Pamphlets Educational Talks Boyscouts
Rotery Interviewing This interview is a lot like a professional interview, and the same rules apply. 1. Firm handshake 2. Smile 3. Calmly explain project 4. Know EVERYTHING about project. 5. With a partner don't dominate the conversation, or let someone dominate the conversation 6. Dress to Impress
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