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  1. Can Music Be BAD? • ARISTOTLE THOUGHT SO…..

  2. Ethos Music Investigation Procedure 1. 2. 3. 4. Question How does _____________ affect _________________? (independent) (dependent) Data

  3. Poster Requirements • Procedure • Question (Label independent and dependent variables) • Data Table (Use your groups data together) • Graph Your Groups Data • Identify Two Constants • Two things to make experiment better • Two things that you were supposed to learn from this lab/activity

  4. Ethos Music Investigation Possible Sources of Error

  5. Classical

  6. Dave Gibson Liz Cook Stacy Jackson Margaret Jones Lori Goodbary Connie Riepl Kelly Hartmann JoeLee Mills Barbara Clinkscales Peter Markes Kristen Geist Kelly Cheek Jeff Doherty Jon Hunter Amanda Wrede Susan Ivey

  7. Heavy Metal

  8. 361 452 958 781 467 992 134 654 942 547 486 547 349 743

  9. NO Music!

  10. Test Tube Earlinmeyer Flask Hot Hands Goggles Crucible Fire Blanket Reagents Dropper Petri Dish Agar Acid Supply Closet Base Microscope Beaker Side- arm Flask Balance Baking Soda Gloves Stir Clean-up kit Calculator Lab notebook

  11. Ethos Experiment Continued p. 2 FOCUS QUESTION: How would you change this experiment to make it better? Explain in at least 4 complete sentences. Be detailed in your explanation and be ready to share.

  12. Journal Entry 1) Check your answers and count number correct. 2) For each type of music record the class average. 3) Record the number you got correct where it says “# correct”. 4) Are your procedures and sources of error done?

  13. Procedures • What were the procedures in this experiment? (share with class) • What were all the problems/mistakes with this experiment? Explain/Discuss

  14. Ethos Continued • Why is it important to have clear procedures? Explain. • Why is it important to write procedures first and plan before doing an experiment? Explain. • Reflection: Explain what was the underlying theme of this experiment? (What were you supposed to learn from it?) • (3 complete sentences)

  15. Ethos Continued Sketch the results of the experiment in the form of a graph. You decide what type of graph is most appropriate for the experiment. (Line, Bar or Pie). Use the Class Average Data to sketch this graph in your lab notebook.

  16. Graphing • Things to remember: • Title (include your independent and dependent variables) • Use all of the graph paper • X,Y • Independent Dependent Variable • Scale • Brightly Colored • Label your graph