This is a quick way to teach middle school scientists how to write a lab report. You go over the main parts (Introduction, Purpose, Materials, Procedure, Data, Analysis, and Conclusions), using an osmosis lab as an example.
● Present and explain data and findings using multiple representations, including tables, graphs, mathematical and physical models, and demonstrations.
● Draw conclusions based on data or evidence presented in tables or graphs, and make inferences based on patterns or trends in the data.
● Communicate procedures and results using appropriate science and technology terminology.
● Offer explanations of procedures, and critique and revise them.