Presentation on theme: "Obscertainer Lab. Observations: Things learned or perceived using the 5 senses Sight Hearing Touch Taste Smell."— Presentation transcript:
Observations: Things learned or perceived using the 5 senses Sight Hearing Touch Taste Smell
Inference: Judgements made based on observations. Inference ExampleInference Example
Direct Evidence : Knowledge gained through observations
Indirect Evidence: Knowledge gained through inferences
Confirmation : Making sure, checking using supportive evidence. To verify
Control: The normal condition in an experiment. – used for comparison purposes. The group that does not get the treatment.
Experimental Change Variable – Any change that affects the outcome in an experiment – used to compare. –Manipulative – A change done on purpose. (Independent variable) –Responding – A change that occurs in the outcome of an experiment. (Dependent variable)
X axis, Manipulative or Independent Variable Y axis, Responding Or Dependent Variable Title Key or Legend Used for Multiple Lines or Bars
Controls and Variables
Order of a lab Report
The Pretty Hippo Made Pizza During Graduation Ceremony.
Obscertainer: A fictional word made up of 2 real words – Observe – use the senses Ascertain – to make sure, learn with certainty, to determine.
Model: A mental picture or representation of something you cannot see.