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1 Scarsdale Science Research - The Great Book Table of Contents Se ction 1:Table of Contents Section 2:Yellow Sheets - Details of day-day activities, Bibliographic searches with key words and results, reflections on progress and experimental designs (experimental design sheet goes here as one designs experiment) Section 3: Goal Sheets and Pre-conference sheets Section 4:Articles and their summaries - journals, newspaper, magazines, internet, books, and much more Section 5:Communications - , phone, letters and meetings Section 6: Presentations - slides, notes, overheads and personal reflections on presentation. Comments from teachers and classmates should be summarized after each presentation Section 7:Competitions - Application forms, deadlines, rules and anything else that pertains to each competition Section 8:Evaluation - Assessment Sheet Section 9:Timeline and Deadlines - A yearly calendar that lists course deadlines as well as yearly and quarterly timelines Section 10:Papers -Make sure you have the Bates college guide on How to Write a Scientific Paper in this section Section 11: Awards Section 12:Contact List of people working in your area -phone number, address, , and school affiliation. You might also want to list publications under each name. Section 13: Glossary Section 14: Statistics

2 Section 2-Yellow Sheets

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4 Section 4-Articles and Summary Sheet Journal Article ______________________________________________________ ___________________ Author name Date ___________________________________________________________________________ Title of the article ________________________________________________ _______________________ Name of Journal Vol. #, page #'s What I learned from this source (use back of sheet for additional space): My own thinking or questions based on what I read: Additional resources or keywords suggested by this source:

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6 Section 5 - Communications P ersonal Communication (letters, , interviews, conversations) ________________________________________________ ________________ Full name and title of personDate For your research report, you will cite personal communications such as letter, interview and messages in the text only. Personal communications do not provide data that is recoverable and are therefore excluded from the reference list. In case you need further communication with this person in the future, it is important to record complete contact information. Address: _______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Phone: ( )_________- _____________ Fax: ( )_________- _____________ ________________________________________________________________ Communicating with people who could provide information for your project requires preliminary planning. Before you contact people who could assist with your research, plan carefully how you will briefly explain why you are seeking their assistance and what questions you will ask. Planned explanation for the purpose of your call/ /interview: Questions you plan on asking: What I learned from this source (use additional sheets if necessary space): My own thinking or questions based on what I read: Additional resources or follow-up suggested by this source:

7 Section 6- Presentations

8 Section 7 - Competitions

9 Section 8 - Evaluation-Assessment Sheets

10 Section 9- Timelines and Deadlines FdFI_cmmffuaRn5w

11 Section 10 - Papers

12 Section 11- Awards

13 Section 12 - Contact List Archimedes Albert Einstein Charles Babbage Karl Benz Tim Berners Laszlo Biro Clarence Birdseye Nils Bolhin Thomas Edison Louis Braille John Browning Leonardo da Vinci Michael Faraday Alexander Fleming Dennis Gabor Elias Howe Whitcomb L. Judson Samuel Morse Isaac Newton Thomas Edison James Naismith Rene Laennec

14 Section 13 - Glossary

15 Section 14 - Statistics Work

16 Attachments junior_weeky_evaluation_sheet.docx sohpomore_weeky_evaluation_sheet.doc seniors_weeky_evaluation_sheet.docx


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