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SCIENCE INVESTIGATORY PROJECT MAKING
Transcript of SCIENCE INVESTIGATORY PROJECT MAKING
Let us pray....
Why do students need to have science investigations?
What are types of student investigations?
The problem, hypothesis, and procedure are given to the students.
Let us pray...
The problem and hypothesis are given while the procedure is designed by the students.
The problem and hypothesis are formulated by the students; they also designed the steps for collecting and analyzing data.
What should you consider in choosing a topic?
Important to general
Interesting to the general reader
Interesting to you
Verifiable by a variety of sources
1. Generate a topic for your SIP.
2. Write whatever is in your mind.
3. After 3 mins, stop.
4. Choose the topic that answers the questions previously.
5. Make a list of what you know and what you are interested in: people, places, events, trends, controversies, developments.
Insecticidal Property of Acacia Seeds and Bark Against Termites
Cassava starch as an effective component for Ideal Biodegradable Plastic
Potential Use of Oyster Shells in Ceramic Production
Repulsorlifts as a Method of Stable Magnetic Levitation
Cost-Effective Free Fall Apparatus
Antibacterial and Antifungal Activity of Lato
Arresting Microbes with Sea Urchin
statement of the problem
1. Write tentative questions for your chosen topic.
2. Formulate appropriate questions for your study.
step 3. formulating of null hypotheses
Title Page i
Table of Contents iv
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Appendices
1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING
Statement of the Problem
Scope and Limitations
Significance of the Study
Definition of Terms
2 REVIEW OF THE RELATED LITERATURE
Data Gathering Procedures
4 PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS, AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA
5 SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS, AND
the making of introduction...
the making of references