science investigation

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  • The first slide of the video will be an introduction page. This will consist of a title and show what the video is about.
  • How to write a science investigation
  • The relationship between force and acceleration -Introduction: In class we have been given an assignment to write up an investigation about the relationship between force and acceleration. We were given various electronic devices, in which we then had to carry out an experiment to find out if the acceleration of a trolley increases or decreases, when the mass of the weights are changed.
  • The second part of my video will include an example of one of my science investigations. This will help the students know what is expected of them, and they would gain a general understanding of what it is they are going to be making.
  • I will be showing the students pictures through my video of a pervious experiment, meanwhile demonstrating the method used. I will do this because, to help them with each step needed to write a science investigation, I will have to refer frequently to this previous investigation that I already completed a few years ago.
  • Science investigation Introduction: In the introduction you should be introducing the readers to the topic and experiment you will be carrying out. Background information: Explain broadly what you know about the topic already. Research Question: Form a question that tackles everything from the experiment, you will then come to answer this in your conclusion. Hypothesis: What do you predict that is going to happen? ..........
  • The next part of my video will include all of the steps explaining how to structure a investigation correctly. These will go in the order that they are needed for the assignment. Some of these steps are shown above.
  • A very important part of an investigation is how you end it. Therefore I have chosen to place this on a different slide. There are three parts that are vital to include in the end: Analysis, Conclusion and Evaluation. Over my 5 years experience with writing science investigations regularly, I have picked up on some tips for these steps that I think will be extremely useful for each students who watches and takes into account all the information being handed to them in my video.
  • My video will conclude now as I want it to be short yet informative. Hopefully by watching this video, students new to writing investigations will have gained useful knowledge and confidence.
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