How to do a science project powerpoint project board


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How to do a science project powerpoint project board

  1. 1. How to do aScience ProjectThe Project/Display Board& Log Book
  2. 2. Diagram of a Science Project Board
  3. 3. Picture #2
  4. 4. Project Board  Your science fair display represents all the work that you have done.  It should consist of anything that represents your project, such as models made, items studied, photographs, surveys, and the like.  It must tell the story of the project in such a way that it attracts and holds the interest of the viewer.  It has to be thorough, but not too crowded, so keep it simple.
  5. 5. Log Book logbook is a crucial part of any research project. It is a detailed account of every phase of your project, from the initial brainstorming to the final research report. The logbook is proof that certain activities occurred at specific times. Journals and logbooks are subject to scrutiny by the scientific community and are acceptable evidence in a court of law.
  6. 6. Log Book (continued) RULE #1: Find a durable hard-bound notebook or black and white composition book.
  7. 7. Log Book (cont.) Rule #2: Label your logbook  your name, phone number, email address, and teachers name in a prominent location. Rule#3: Write all entries in ink NO PENCIL.  This is a permanent record of all of your activities associated with your project.
  8. 8. Log Book (cont.) RULE#4: Number the pages in your Logbook. Rule#5: Date every entry.  Like a journal  Brief but concise  Full sentences are not required
  9. 9. Log Book (cont) Rule #6: Dont worry about neatness.  Work should be legible
  10. 10. Yes, It’s okay to gluein stuff..
  11. 11. Log Book ( cont) Rule #7: Should be used during all phases of the project.  Should include your brainstorming, calculations, library/internet searches, phone calls, interviews, meetings with mentors or advisors, notes from tours of laboratories, research facilities and other related activities.  Remember that its documentation of your work.
  12. 12. Log BookRule #8: Make sure it is organized. A table of Contents, tabs whatever ….
  13. 13. Here’s one way toorganize your log book… DEADLINE SCHEDULE NOTES/Background Research/Hypothesis Supply Sources Experimental Set-up Observations Data Collection Results/Diagrams/Pictures Reflections /Next Times
  14. 14. NOW, GET TOWORK !!!!