2ProblemThe problem is when you ask a question. Questions must be testable and NOT opinion.
3HypothesisThe hypothesis is your idea about the answer to the question. Include reasoning for your hypothesis.
4ExperimentThe experiment is when you test your question with a procedure. (Collecting data) Variables: Independent: I Change Dependent: Measured Controlled: Remains the same
5ResultsResults are your data and what you discover in your experiment. Create Graphs to display your findings.
6We will use 3 types of graphs: GraphingWe will use 3 types of graphs:Line (Used to show change in ONE ITEM)Circle (Pie) (Used to show percentages)Bar (Used to compare many things)Don’t forgetTAILSAndDRY MIX
7ConclusionThe conclusion is a summary of what you found and your next ideas to retest and improve your experiment.