Scientific Method

Scientific Method

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  • Problem
  • Sara has always been a straight-A student, but recently she hasn't been doing very good in math. She decides to change something about her studying routine in order to improve.
  • I wonder what I can do to do better on tests?
  • That looks good!
  • Research
  • Sara met her friend Hannah at the park to help her figure out some tricks to do while studying.
  • Look! This might help!
  • CHLOE SOTO                          PERIOD 5
  • Hypothesis
  • Sara and Hannah come up with their hypothesis on what will improve their test scores. They believe that if they chew the same type of gum while studying and taking the test, they'll be able to remember the material better.
  • I hope we're right, my math test is on Friday!
  • Experiment
  • Okay, I'm ready for the next test!
  • Great!
  • Analysis 
  • I'm so happy we were able to figure out what will help! Now I can't wait until Friday!
  • Conclusion
  • Thank you, Mr. Falkner!
  • Good job today, Sara! This should really bump your grade back up!
  • Sara and Hannah create an experiment. While studying, Sara does different actions: first, chew gum; second, listen to music; third: eat a snack, etc. Then she takes multiple tests about the same topic while doing the corresponding actions.
  • Sara and Hannah have calculated the results, and discovered what activity will help Sara improve her test scores.
  • Sara's hypothesis was right! On Friday, she takes her test while chewing gum, and gets 100%. She decides that she will always use this method of studying, so that she can do her very best in school.
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