Science Reports for Experiments and Observations

Science Reports for Experiments and Observations
Science Reports for Experiments and Observations
Science Reports for Experiments and Observations
Science Reports for Experiments and Observations
Science Reports for Experiments and Observations
Science Reports for Experiments and Observations
Science Reports for Experiments and Observations
Science Reports for Experiments and Observations
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Tired of boring science reports? Allow students to use this template to create a science blog called “Big Idea Blog Spot” with eight blog posts. The posts are ordered using the steps of the scientific method.

This template uses a step-by-step approach to science experiment or observation reporting. Specifically designed with detailed instructions and guidance information.

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Post #1 - Purpose and Problem
• Task - State experiment purpose or problem
• Format - Short written response
• Concept Corner - What is a research problem?
• Sidebar - Author (student) name

Post #2 - Prediction and Hypothesis
• Task - Develop prediction/hypothesis
• Format - Written summary
• Concept Corner - What is a prediction?
• Sidebar - Identification of variables

Post #3 - Procedure Steps
• Task - Sequence of steps
• Format - Creating of list
• Concept Corner - What is a procedure?
• Sidebar - Materials listing

Post #4 - Data Using Numbers
• Task - Creation of graphs
• Format - Graphics and diagrams
• Concept Corner - What is an observation?
• Sidebar - Quick sketches of observations

Post #5 - Results in Words
• Task - Identify the facts
• Format - Bullet point listing
• Concept Corner - Why use graphs, table, and lists?
• Sidebar - Citing the evidence

Post #6 - Summary Paragraph
• Task - Write an abstract
• Format - Written paragraph
• Concept Corner - Was prediction/hypothesis correct?
• Sidebar - Next steps

Post #7 - More Summary Information
• Task - Experiment summary
• Format - Short response
• Sidebar - Why do this experiment?

Post #8 - Science in the Real World
• Task - Applying to real life
• Format - Short response
• Concept Corner - Problem solving
• Sidebar - Quick sketches for job that require information


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