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Save As…. First Thing – Save this under a different Name so you can change it from a blank form to your own Use the Save As… button to save your file with the period number first, then you team name then WRL (for water rocket lab) in the right period folder

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Save as

Save As….

  • First Thing – Save this under a different Name so you can change it from a blank form to your own

  • Use the Save As… button to save your file with the period number first, then you team name then WRL (for water rocket lab) in the right period folder

    • For instance; if your team name is Rock Coon’s and you are in the 6th period, you would save your file as:

      • 6 Rock Coons WRL

      • in the 6th period folder


Team name water rocket lab

‘Team Name’ Water Rocket Lab

___ Period Class

Team Leader: Name

Flight Director: Name

Launch Director: Name

Data Officer: Name

Trajectory Officer: Name


Making observations

Making Observations

  • Make a Paragraph that answers these questions

    • What model rocket launches have you seen before?

    • How does the rocket get launched?

    • How and where are we going to set up the experiment?


Asking questions

Asking Questions

  • Make a Paragraph that answers these questions

    • How are we going to tell which rocket goes the highest?

    • What would happen to the test results if we varied the air pressure too instead of just varying the amount of water?


Forming a hypothesis

Forming a Hypothesis

  • Your team’s guess as to how much water will give the highest launch


Testing hypothesis

Testing Hypothesis

  • Scan your 80 psi data sheets and your team’s best graph and insert them on this and the next slide

  • How to scan – go to copier in main library

    • Select the email option

    • Push the ‘To:’ button

    • Use the keypad to type an active email address that you can access from school

    • When prompted, ‘Add address to the Local Address book?’, select ‘No’.

    • Place the document on the glass in the proper place

      • Press the start button to scan the document

      • You will receive a message that the document was sent and the name of the HP printer sending it

      • Scan each of the documents needed for the lab

    • When prompted, ‘Keep the current Settings?’, select ‘No’.


Testing hypothesis1

Testing Hypothesis

Put best graph on this slide


Testing hypothesis2

Testing Hypothesis

  • Place 80 psi Data sheet here


Analyzing results

Analyzing Results

  • How will you tell how much water to put into each successive launch as you get close to highest

  • Attach the rocket movies that are yours by looking at the choices in your period folder


Drawing conclusions

Drawing Conclusions

  • How did the results compare with the hypothesis.

  • Why was the correct amount of water the best?

  • If a 2 Liter Bottle was used, what would be the best amount of water for that?


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