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Phase 5 – creating & exhibiting a display (pp. 57 60) answer key Phase 5 – creating & exhibiting a display (pp. 57 60) answer key Document Transcript

  • CENTRO ESCOLAR SOLALTO 9th Pre-IB Biology Teacher Javier Aguirre, B.A. NAME_____________________________________ Date: _________ Science Fair Guide Phase 5 – Creating & Exhibiting a Display Materials: • Notebook • Handout: Science Fair Guide – Resources for Students Instructions: • Paste and complete today’s handout in your notebook • Read pages 57 to 60 of your Science Fair Guide and answer the following questions. 1. What should you do before you begin designing your display? Before you begin your display, review the science fair display and interview guidelines. Some science fairs have a list of items and materials that you are not allowed to use in a display. Double-check to be sure you have followed these guidelines. 2. What is the usual layout of science fair displays? Displays are usually divided into three sections. You can bend a cardboard box so that it has a large middle section and two smaller “wings” that fold inward across the center. 3. Please explain what information you should include in each one of the following sections of your display? • Top left: This section provides basic background information and introduces the purpose and hypothesis of the project. • Bottom left: This section briefly explains the procedure that was followed. • Right-hand panel: Brief written summaries of the data and the conclusions are located on this panel. The research is displayed so that it is obvious that the data support the conclusions. • Center: The middle panel contains the title of the project and the name, grade, and school of the researcher. Charts, graphs, photographs, and other illustrations are displayed here. 4. What should you do before you construct your display? You should sketch some ideas of how you want your display to look.
  • 5. On the day of the science fair, you must present your topic to a general audience. Therefore, it is a good idea to summarize what you did. What steps should you follow to do this? • Explain why your subject interested you. • Define the hypothesis you developed. • Describe how you decided what type of data to collect. • Outline your Procedural Plan for Action. • Summarize the data you actually collected. • Explain the conclusions you drew after you analyzed the data. • Describe to the judges what you would do differently if you had another chance, and tell them why.