Parts of an Experiment Assessment- WITH key (Google Docs)

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7th - 12th
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Description

This assessment has lots of potential. You could use it as a pre-test and again later as a post-test, you could use it as a quiz while mid-unit, or you could use it as a standalone worksheet. This document assesses a student’s ability to:

  • Identify the scientific question, hypothesis, control group, variables, constants, qualitative vs quantitative data, and the appropriate type of graph to make when given a short experiment. This section is all multiple choice, except for one short answer question.
  • Create a graph when given a data set (it’s a simple line graph).
  • Complete a CER that correlates with the graph- the claim has been given, and students need to provide the evidence and reasoning to support the claim.

The answer key is provided.


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Teaching Duration
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