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Scientific Method

Introduction of Scientific Method. This is a start. I will include more details before using it with the students. This might also be used as a template to allow differentiation with technology for presenting results of science experiments and science fa
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Adam Halperin

on 1 September 2010

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Transcript of Scientific Method

#1: Problem The Scientific Method
The problem, or research question, is the single most important part of the scientific method. Every part of your project is done to answer this question. #2: Hypothesis The hypothesis is a statement representing your educated guess, which you propose is the solution to the problem. #3: Experimental
Design Variables Control Observation Journal Collect
Data Charts &
Graphs Materials Procedure A detailed, step-by-step account of what you did during the experiment Results A simple statement which summarizes data Conclusion The conclusion is the summary of the research and the results of the experiment. This is where you answer the problem and make a statement about whether your data supported your hypothesis or not Application How can the knowledge learned be used, and what are the next steps? Resources The resources are your credits, or bibliography
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