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Making a Great Science Lab Notebook. 1. Finding the Right Book. Your notebook should be a durable hard-bound notebook For this assignment you will be able to use duo-tangs so that you can add any information or charts that you need. 2. Label Your Notebook. This should include:

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1 finding the right book
1. Finding the Right Book
  • Your notebook should be a durable hard-bound notebook
      • For this assignment you will be able to use duo-tangs so that you can add any information or charts that you need.
2 label your notebook
2. Label Your Notebook
  • This should include:
      • Your full name
      • Your teacher’s name
      • Your experiment titles

All entries should be in ink. This notebook should be a permanent record of your project.

3 number the pages in your lab notebook
3. Number the pages in your lab notebook
  • Just like a journal every entry should have a date
  • Each entry should be brief and concise. Full sentences are not required; however, each entry should have enough information so that it can be understood at a later date.

4. Always Date every entry

5 it should be used during all phases of your project
5. It should be used during all phases of your project
  • Your notebook could include:
      • Ideas and thoughts for your project
      • Phone numbers
      • Contacts or sources
      • Book references
      • Supplies
      • Diagrams
      • Graphs
      • Figures
      • Charts
      • Sketches
      • calculations
6 use it regularly and write everything down
6. Use it regularly and write everything down
  • Write everything down
  • Even if it seems insignificant, it could be useful later
  • MAKE SURE YOU DESCRIBE THINGS COMPLETELY, SO THAT WHEN YOU READ YOUR NOTES LATER YOU WILL BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND IT.
7 glue staple or tape any loose papers
7. Glue, staple, or tape any loose papers
  • Photocopies of important items
  • If you do not attach a note properly it could be lost
8 organise your notebook
8. Organise your notebook
  • Make a table of contents,
9 include a reflections section in your notebook
9. Include a reflections section in your notebook
  • Include:
      • What would I do differently next time?
      • What part of the experiment could be changed to improve the experimental procedure?
10 include any changes made to your procedure
10. Include any changes made to your procedure
  • Once you begin your experiment you may find a better way to complete the procedure
  • It is very important that you make note of changes to procedure
include any and all observations made during your experiment
Include any and all observations made during your experiment.
  • In other words, record ALL data directly in your lab notebook. If that is not possible, then staple photocopies of data in the lab notebook.
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