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Erosion Lab. Question and Hypothesis. Question What effect does water flow have on landforms? Hypothesis If water flows on a landform, then ……because ………. Procedures. 1. Cover the bottom paint tray with a mixture of sand and small pebbles with a hill on one side of the tray.

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Question and hypothesis
Question and Hypothesis

Question

What effect does water flow have on landforms?

Hypothesis

If water flows on a landform, then ……because……….


Procedures
Procedures

  • 1. Cover the bottom paint tray with a mixture of sand and small pebbles with a hill on one side of the tray.

  • 2. Use the your pencil to form a slight stream valley with at least two curves going down hill. In your journal, create an illustration of the stream valley in the paint tray.


Procedures1
Procedures

  • 3. Gently pour the water into the funnel into the river path going down hill

    4. Pour 200mL of water into the stream.


  • 5. Record your observations. Include an illustration of the appearance of the stream and the area surrounding the stream. 6. Clean your work area

    • Put tray on the counter

    • Wipe down desk



  • Conclusion

  • Claim

    • A statement about the solution to a problem.

    • A response to a question

    • An answer to a problem


Draw a conclusion cer
Draw a conclusion CER

  • Evidence

    • Relevant data or facts that support your claim

    • Observations that support the claim


Draw a conclusion cer1
Draw a conclusion CER

  • Reasoning

    • Explains how the evidence is linked to the claim

    • Justifies why the data, facts, or observations support the claim

    • Includes appropriate content concepts or principles

      What law did this show?

      Explain how the law relates to the lab.


Clean up
Clean Up

  • Put journal up

  • Use shovel to put sand into bucket

  • Rinse out beaker, funnel, shovel, and paint tray

  • Leave paint tray, shovel, and funnel in sink

  • Put beaker on dry rack

  • Wipe down desk

  • Throw away straw


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