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Experimental Design

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Megan Gozelanczyk

on 2 September 2015

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Transcript of Experimental Design

Experimental Design
MATERIALS
A list of items used in the experiment.
They are listed in the order that they are used in the experiment.

INTRODUCTION
The introduction provides the background research for the audience. This is where you summarize the information that you gathered at the beginning of your experiment, before you wrote the hypothesis.

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
The Control Variable(s): The things that will remain the same throughout the experiment.
What stays the same.
This allows for a fair test.

HYPOTHESIS
An educated guess based on research about how something works.
Use if/then statements
If ____ (I do this), then ____ (this will happen)
Focus on one variable at a time.


PROCEDURE
A numbered set of detailed directions that describes what was done in the experiment
Anyone should be able to follow the procedure!
PROBLEM
A one sentence description of what you are trying to solve through your experiment.
The questions needs to be able to be solved, and it must be measurable!
The Independent Variable: The variable that is changed by the scientist.
What is tested in the experiment.

The Dependent Variable(s): The variable that is measured by the scientist.
What is observed.
The effect caused by the independent variable.
The data

MATERIALS
A list of items used in the experiment.
They are listed in the order that they are used in the experiment.

PROCEDURE
A numbered set of detailed directions that describes what was done in the experiment.
Anyone should be able to follow the procedure!

DATA
Quantitative Observations: Tables, graphs, and charts.
Data with numbers.

Qualitative Observations: Observations using the senses; touch, taste, smell, hearing, and sight.

ANALYSIS
A summary of the data in words.
Describe the trends/patterns in the data, and how you have interpreted your data.

CONCLUSION
A final summary of the important information from the experiment.
Restate the problem
Rewrite your hypothesis
Accept or reject your hypothesis
Provide evidence
Actual data from the experiment
Relationships or trends in the data
Provide evidence
Issues or problems with the investigation
Provide evidence
Concluding sentence with transition word, rephrased problem, and explain why the experiment was important.

TITLE
Used to describe the experiment
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