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Science Experiment Report Format. By Mr. Pham 6 th Grade 3 rd Quarter 2009 Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School. Introduction. Background Information (Facts) Testable Question Hypothesis (with reasons) Experimental variables Constant (control) variables. Materials.

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by mr pham 6 th grade 3 rd quarter 2009 robert louis stevenson middle school

Science Experiment

Report Format

By Mr. Pham

6th Grade

3rd Quarter 2009

Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School

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Introduction

  • Background Information (Facts)
  • Testable Question
  • Hypothesis (with reasons)
  • Experimental variables
  • Constant (control) variables
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Materials

List all the materials you used in your experiment with the exact amount.

slide4

Procedure

List the precise steps of how you set up your experiment

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Observation & Data

Quantitative & Qualitative Observation Table

data graph
Data Graph
  • Create a graph of your quantitative (measurement) observation
  • Keep in mind that you might have to average your data before graphing it
  • You may want to have pictures instead of graphs.
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Data Analysis

  • Describe in your own words what happened in your experiment
  • Compare and contrast your results
  • Describe any pattern or trend that you see
  • Anything else unusual that you observed
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Conclusion

  • Was your hypothesis correct or incorrect? Explain
  • What unexpected factors might have affected your experiment?
  • If you were to do it again, what would you do differently or better?
  • Base on your discoveries, what are your recommendations?
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Works-Cited & Thanks

Works-Cited

  • DiMichele, William A. "Seed." World Book Advanced. World Book, 2009. Web.  4 Nov. 2009.
  • Keating, Richard C. "Germination." World Book Advanced. World Book, 2009. Web.  4 Nov. 2009.

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