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1. Problem

Students must state a problem in a way that will guide their research and frame their hypothesis.

2. Research

Students will use recognizable sources, including the internet, to gather information about their problem.

3. Hypothesis

Students willmake a statement' explaining what they think will
happen in their experiment. This is also referred to as an educated guess. This statement must be testable!

4. Experiment

Design a test to check the hypothesis. Includes:
a. Materials: a detailed list of all materials required to complete
the experiment
b. Procedure: numbered steps that include a description of how variables willbe controlled.
-A control refers to a set of data used for comparison. It does
not have an independent variable applied to it
-A variable is what changes in your experiment
-An independent variable refers to what is changed or tested
and is usually depicted on the X-axis of a graph
-A dependent variable refers to the resulting data that depends on the independent variable and is depicted on the
Y-axis of a graph.

5. Observations/Data

An organized collection of information or clearly stated observations which allow you to make a conclusion. Data can be displayed in many different ways (Pictures. graphs, charts, tables, paragraphs, etc)

6. Conclusion

A detailed description of howthe data is supports or does not
support your hypothesis. Often includes questions for further

1st Step in The Scientific Method


2nd Step in The Scientific Method


3rd Step in The Scientific Method


4th Step in The Scientific Method


5th Step in The Scientific Method


6th Step in The Scientific Method


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