These semi-editable activities help reinforce a lesson on forming a hypothesis and identifying the population and variables in sociological research. There are four foldable graphic organizers that ask students to narrow questions from general to specific, read a source (URL and QR Code provided), and then formulate a hypothesis.
The second foldable graphic organizer asks students to take their hypotheses and to identify the population, the dependent variable, and the independent variable.
This is a part of my Sociological Research Interactive Notebook Bundle and My Sociology Interactive Notebooks Mega Bundle:
Sociological Research Interactive Notebook Bundle
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