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How to do a Science
Project ?

    The Research Paper
Parts of a Research
           Paper
•   Title Page
•   Table of Contents
•   Introduction
•   Purpose
•   Hypothesis
•   ...
Title Page

• Your project's name (it can be
  in the form of a question) Your
  name, school and grade.
• This page is NO...
Table of Contents
• List the parts of your report (Introduction,
  Hypothesis and Research,
  Procedure/Experiment, etc)
 ...
Introduction

• This is an SUMMARY/overview
  of your research PAPER
• The introduction is a
  statement of your purpose,
...
Intro (continued)
• It should contain :
-background info/review of literature
-brief statement of your problem, how you pl...
Intro (continued)

• Does not have to exceed 3
  pages.
Purpose

• Explain the point of the
  experiment.
• Why was this so important that
  it had to be tested.
• What implicati...
Purpose (continued)

• One comprehensive statement
  Purpose
             pg 3
   Purpose

   The purpose of
   This study...
Hypothesis

• Your educated prediction.
• What you think the results will
  be and why.
• Does not have to exceed a
  sent...
Hypothesis ( continued)
• ONE BRIEF COMPREHENSIVE STATEMENT
                             Pg 4
           Hypothesis
      ...
Materials
• List what you used in the experimental
  research.

           Materials
            1 box of chalk

         ...
Procedure

• Explain what you did in detail.
• Drawings/Diagrams can be included.
• Procedural Steps should be in
  outlin...
Procedure (cont)

• Example: outline format
Results

• Describe what happened, what
  you observed. Show your data
• BE CLEAR
• Just report the facts. You are
  not d...
Conclusion
• Describe your interpretation of your
  results.
• Look over your notes, charts, and log and
  write what you ...
Conclusions (cont)

• This is where you will give further
  thoughts & details about your
  results.
• You can put your op...
Conclusion (continued)

• Be sure to state the limitations
  of your project
• Be sure that you have
  considered all vari...
Reference Page

• List of books, articles,
  pamphlets, people you talked to
  and any other sources you used
  for resear...
Reference Page
FORMAT
Last name of author (or person
you talked to), First name, "Title
of article or chapter", Title of
s...
Reference Page
(examples)
• (Ex1)Jones, Thomas A., "The
  Development of the Chick"
 Animal Development Magazine,
  June 1...
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  1. 1. How to do a Science Project ? The Research Paper
  2. 2. Parts of a Research Paper • Title Page • Table of Contents • Introduction • Purpose • Hypothesis • Materials • Procedure/Experimental Process • Results • Conclusion • Credits/Reference Page/Sources
  3. 3. Title Page • Your project's name (it can be in the form of a question) Your name, school and grade. • This page is NOT NUMBERED Example: Project Name Student Name(s) Garrett Middle School Grade
  4. 4. Table of Contents • List the parts of your report (Introduction, Hypothesis and Research, Procedure/Experiment, etc) and the page numbers where they begin. (This will be done last). • This page will not be numbered. • Example: 1 5
  5. 5. Introduction • This is an SUMMARY/overview of your research PAPER • The introduction is a statement of your purpose, along with background information that led you to make this study. • Includes all parts of the scientific method.
  6. 6. Intro (continued) • It should contain : -background info/review of literature -brief statement of your problem, how you plan to investigate it & a hypothesis based on your research/background info. (In other words, it should state what information or knowledge you had that led you to hypothesize the answer to the project's problem question. Make references to information or experiences that led you to choose the project's purpose). In other words, MAKE your background info RELEVANT !!!!! MAKE IT CONNECT TO THE RESEARCH you are doing!!
  7. 7. Intro (continued) • Does not have to exceed 3 pages.
  8. 8. Purpose • Explain the point of the experiment. • Why was this so important that it had to be tested. • What implications will your study have in the future? • “Worthiness”
  9. 9. Purpose (continued) • One comprehensive statement Purpose pg 3 Purpose The purpose of This study was to investigate ………
  10. 10. Hypothesis • Your educated prediction. • What you think the results will be and why. • Does not have to exceed a sentence or two • You do not express the “REAL” results in this section.
  11. 11. Hypothesis ( continued) • ONE BRIEF COMPREHENSIVE STATEMENT Pg 4 Hypothesis It is hypothesized that the ……..
  12. 12. Materials • List what you used in the experimental research. Materials 1 box of chalk 1 generator 2 wire hangers 1 Hot plate
  13. 13. Procedure • Explain what you did in detail. • Drawings/Diagrams can be included. • Procedural Steps should be in outline or paragraph form • Write the experimental procedure CLEARLY so that anyone could follow them and expect to get the same results . “like a recipe”
  14. 14. Procedure (cont) • Example: outline format
  15. 15. Results • Describe what happened, what you observed. Show your data • BE CLEAR • Just report the facts. You are not drawing any conclusions at this point.
  16. 16. Conclusion • Describe your interpretation of your results. • Look over your notes, charts, and log and write what you think your data shows. • You can put your opinions here. Was your hypothesis (what you expected to happen) correct? • Don't be afraid to say that you might have made a mistake somewhere. Great discoveries can come from what we learn from mistakes!
  17. 17. Conclusions (cont) • This is where you will give further thoughts & details about your results. • You can put your opinions here. Was your hypothesis (what you expected to happen) correct? • Don't be afraid to say that you might have made a mistake somewhere. Great discoveries can come from what we learn from mistakes!
  18. 18. Conclusion (continued) • Be sure to state the limitations of your project • Be sure that you have considered all variables & how they had an effect on your experiment. How did they influence the outcome?
  19. 19. Reference Page • List of books, articles, pamphlets, people you talked to and any other sources you used for researching your idea and writing your paper. • Giving credit to the sources you used.
  20. 20. Reference Page FORMAT Last name of author (or person you talked to), First name, "Title of article or chapter", Title of source (book title , magazine title or "Conversation"), Place where published: Publisher name, Date, volume: pages.
  21. 21. Reference Page (examples) • (Ex1)Jones, Thomas A., "The Development of the Chick" Animal Development Magazine, June 1976, Vol. 16:27-34. • (ex2) Peracchio, Laura, Telephone Conversation, Feb. 15, 1993.
  22. 22. Now, Get to Work !!!!!
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