Presentation on theme: "Science Fair Title Name Period Mrs. Meyer. Prior Research These 3 paragraphs should include 5-7 sentences that will explain ideas that will help you understand."— Presentation transcript:
Prior Research These 3 paragraphs should include 5-7 sentences that will explain ideas that will help you understand what is occurring in your experiment. It should start with an attention grabber to get the reader interested in your experiment.
Discussion of Results This conclusion should be in paragraph form. It should discuss whether the hypothesis was supported or not, and what you have learned about your research question. Also discuss what kinds of errors may have occurred and then finally state in what way the experiment is related to real life situations.
Conclusion This is where you talk about what you found in your data that was collected. (The data you collected should be referenced in this section.)
Future Research This should be written in paragraph form and should re-emphasize experimental errors that may have affected your results and how they will be corrected. If this experiment were to be done again, how would it be changed or expanded upon.
Abstract A one page summary of the project and should include: the research question, hypothesis, procedures (not in a list), data collected and the conclusion. This should be in paragraph form. DO NOT COMPLETE THIS PART UNTIL THE END OF THE PROJECT.
References Your references should include at least 5 sources that support your research. This could include websites, books, magazines, etc.