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Phase 4 writing a report (pp. 55-56) answer key


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Phase 4 writing a report (pp. 55-56) answer key

  1. 1. CENTRO ESCOLAR SOLALTO 9th Pre-IB Biology Teacher Javier Aguirre, B.A. NAME_____________________________________ Date: _________ Science Fair Guide Phase 4 – Writing a Report Materials: • Notebook • Handout: Science Fair Guide – Resources for Students Instructions: • Paste and complete today’s handout in your notebook • Read pages 55 and 56 of your Science Fair Guide and answer the following questions. 1. What does the written report represent? It represents your ideas and conclusions about your project, so you will want to make sure that it is well thought out and neatly prepared. 2. Before you begin to write your report, what questions should you ask yourself? • How did you first decide on your idea? • What was your favorite aspect of the experiment? • What was something new that you learned? • What was something unexpected that happened? • What were the ups and downs of the whole process? • What did your data show? • What would you do differently next time? 3. What is an outline? It is a framework of what is going to go inside the report. 4. What should you include at the beginning of your report? Why? Any background information that a reader would need to understand your project. 5. What information should you include with your charts and graphs? Always title and label your figures, and, if possible, write a sentence telling what they illustrate.