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HAVE READY:
  • COMPUTER READY ON LESSON UP
  • CHECK 🍏 FORCE QUIT🍏 THAT EVERYTHING ELSE IS CLOSED.
  • MAXIMUM BRIGHTNESS
  • MAXIMUM SOUND
  • GO TO LESSOPUP, TYPE THE SPECIAL CODE FOR YOUR CLASS.
  • MAKE SURE YOUR SCREEN NAME CLEAR.
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HAVE READY:
  • COMPUTER READY ON LESSON UP
  • CHECK 🍏 FORCE QUIT🍏 THAT EVERYTHING ELSE IS CLOSED.
  • MAXIMUM BRIGHTNESS
  • MAXIMUM SOUND
  • GO TO LESSOPUP, TYPE THE SPECIAL CODE FOR YOUR CLASS.
  • MAKE SURE YOUR SCREEN NAME CLEAR.

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

CHOOSE YOUR CLASS:
  • Type your name as username.
  • Listen carefully to your teacher for the passcode.
  • Work hard, you only have ten minutes from the moment you log in.

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

TODAY: LESSON 6
  • Finish the labproject

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

Finger Tapping Experiment: 
  • Chicken wings
  • explanation for the finger tapping experiment

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

Title Page:
  • YOUR TITLE
  • your name
  • your student number
  • if you have them, lab partner’s name(s) and student number(s)
  • your class
  • your teacher’s name
  • the date of the lab or submition (check this with your teacher)
  • a picture

Slide 6 - Tekstslide

Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Intro……..blah blah blah…….
  • Our Guiding Question is: ”jnjbnlhvkuvuc?” We want to know this because …. blah blah……….
  • Our Hypothesis is: “If……….., then ……………. . “ We expect this because ….. blah blah……………
  • ……..blah blah blah…….

  • (200-300 words)

Slide 7 - Tekstslide

Chapter 2: Materials & Method
  • Materials:
All materials used in the corrent amounts and names, you can even add pictures if you wish.

  • Method:
Instructions written in short clear sentences, no past tense!! 
Step 1: Collect your materials.
Step 2:

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

Chapter 3A: Data Collection
  • Collect all measuements in tables in sheets (so you can make graphs). All tables, graphs and pictures must have 1-2 sentences of a description with them.
  • Physical observations:
Write down all physical obeservations too, and organise these in tables too.

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Collecting Data:
  • YOUR TITLE
  • your name
  • your student number
  • if you have them, lab partner’s name(s) and student number(s)
  • your class
  • your teacher’s name
  • the date of the lab or submition (check this with your teacher)

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

Slide 11 - Video

Chapter 3B: Data Analysis
  • Identify if there are patterns in the data you have collected.
  • Name these patterns and compare the results.

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Chapter 4: Conclusion, Evaluation & Discussion.
  • Conclusion:(200-300 words)
Our Guiding Question is: ”jnjbnlhvkuvuc?” and our Hypothesis is: “If……….., then ……………. . “ Our hypothesis is accepted / rejected, because……..blah blah blah…….

A Summary of the data should also be part of the conclusion. Try not to copy from the data section. Highlight key points of information from the data that are most relevant to drawing your conclusion, then elaborate with your interpretation of the data.

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Chapter 4: Conclusion, Evaluation & Discussion.
  • Evaluation: (100-200 words)
What went well?
What could you do better next time?
What would you change?

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

Chapter 4: Conclusion, Evaluation & Discussion.
Discussion: (100-200 words)

What do you want to research further?
How would you adapt this experiment?

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Format tips:
  • Layout: Arial 12, normal margins
  • Add titles to each section to create and index on the side.
  • Add page numbers at the bottom right of each page.
  • Language: Third person (no I, WE, US etc) present simple, correct spelling and grammar 
  • Sources (internet, textbooks etc) are cited appropriately throughout the report and included at the end of the report.

Slide 16 - Tekstslide