Science Experiment- Light Bulb Efficiency and the Scientific Method

Science Experiment- Light Bulb Efficiency and the Scientific Method
Science Experiment- Light Bulb Efficiency and the Scientific Method
Science Experiment- Light Bulb Efficiency and the Scientific Method
Science Experiment- Light Bulb Efficiency and the Scientific Method
Science Experiment- Light Bulb Efficiency and the Scientific Method
Science Experiment- Light Bulb Efficiency and the Scientific Method
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In this Science Experiment the students are tasked to use the Scientific Method to answer the question: What type of light bulb gives off the most heat: incandescent, CFL, or LED therefore using the most electricity? The experiment is set up on a lab sheet with tables for the students to record their data. This document includes 3 versions- completed teacher sheet, partially completed (time saver) and a blank experiment sheet.
This experiment is fully aligned to NGSSS standards!
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7 pages
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1 hour
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