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Let each of you look not only to his own interests,
but also to the interests of others.

Philippians 2:4

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The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.

Mahatma Gandhi

 

Designing Investigations

Individually

Research is the process of going up alleys to see if they are blind.

Marston Bates

 
This investigation has multiple parts:
  General Information
    Independent Investigation
    Journal Cover
    Journal Pages
  Rubrics
    PowerPoint
    Written Report
    Oral Report
  Part 1 - Asking the question or defining the problem
    First Draft
    Revision
  Part 2 - Reviewing the literature and developing a hypothesis
    Research
    Literature Review First Draft
    Literature Review Revision
    First Draft Hypothesis
    Revision Hypothesis
  Part 3 - Designing an experiment to test the hypothesis
    Experimental Design/Procedure First Draft
    Experimental Design/Procedure Revision
    Materials List First Draft
    Materials List Revision
  Part 4 - Conducting the experiment & collecting data
    Chart or table
  Part 5 - Analyzing the data & drawing conclusions
    Data Analysis
    Graph
    Conclusion
    Spreadsheet Example
  Part 6 - Communicating results
    PowerPoint Template
    Communicating with PowerPoint - Design Guidelines
    The Formal Report
    Formal Copy of the Written Lab Report
    Abstract
    Example of Formal Report (pages not numbered)
    Example of Formal Report (pages numbered)

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