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Emilys science vocab

my vocabulary for science

QuestionAnswer
What is title of lab? Should be a description of whatyour lab is about.
what is problem? Ask a question about something youobserve –how, what, when, who, which, why orwhere.
What is research? Using a book, the WWW, teacher,class notes,other adults, locate background info that will help you to answer the problems to thislab. List the sources used.
What is hypothesis? An educated guess using “If ____(I do this), then ______ (this) will happenbecause …_____________.
What is control? List all the variables that will be kept the SAME.
What is independent variable? What I can change.
What is dependent variable? What will be measured, something that relies on something else.
What is procedure? Step by step directions on how to do the lab/experiment including ALL variables.
What is data? Info that will be collected during theexperiment.
What is conclusion? Written as a paragraph/summary ofyour findings; using:Claim: hypothesis was or was not supportedand what happened in your experimentEvidence: specific data from experiment thatsupports what happened in your experiment
conclusion Interpretation: example of how this topicrelates to something in your life OR identify a new problem you could investigate
Created by: emi41 on 2009-09-17



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