5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- What is going on with the lab, the information behind the experiment
- What you want to know about, the reason for conducting the lab. (the BIG Question)
- What you think will happen during the experiment. This information is often recorded in tables or graphs.
- A standard of comparison used to draw a meaningful conclusion
4 True/False questions
Conclusion → What it all means. Your ideas about the experiment, where you explain whether your hypothesis was correct or incorrect.
Procedures → What to do during the lab, the steps of the experiment
Constant → Things in an experiment that are kept the SAME
Materials → the items needed for the experiment