Write a science practical report
- What is valuable in this task
- Experiment details
- Results & Observations
- Important - This Is Where You Discuss the Science
- What does it look/feel/sound like when it is done well
- Your name
- Lab Partners
- Your title must be short, informative and link directly to the experiment.
- Describes the purpose of the experiment.
- What are we investigating and why?
- Use scientific language to describe what you think the outcome of the experiment will be.
- Your Aim and Hypothesis will be proved or disproved from this experiment.
- Provides a vertical and complete list of all the materials used during the experiment in scientific language.
- Provides progressive, step by step instructions from the beginning to the end that can be correctly duplicated by others.
- Presents Diagrams of your experiment set up and or results.
- Includes an appropriate title and is accurate, complete and properly labelled.
- Presents any graphs or tables recording information.
- Describes your experimental observations using correct scientific language.
- Describes the results and the observations in detail.
- Explain why you think you got those results. Try to relate your results to any theory or information you have discussed in class or researched yourself.
- Link it back to the aim and hypothesis, and if they were supported by the results. If not, explain why.
- What did and did not work?
- What would you do the same or differently? Were there any safety aspects that could be improved on?
- Did you make any interesting observations beyond what you were looking for?
- Shows the connection between the Aim and the achieved results.
- Did your results prove or disprove the Aim and how did you see this.
- No new information!!!
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