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Good morning second grade class! Go ahead and get into your research groups. We will be reviewing your progress and looking ahead to finishing it all up.
Get out the research questions you have been working on and review your materials and procedures. What have you done so far and what do you still need to do to answer these questions?
Research question (s): Does storing cucumbers and tomatoes in the fridge spoil its unique flavors? How does a refrigerator work? How would you describe the taste of tomatoes? Of Cucumbers? Materials: Tomatoes, cucumbers, refrigerator, test subjects, pen/paper. ...
Devin: It looks like we are almost done! All we have left is to look at our results and write what we found.
Procedures: 1. Get some fresh tomatoes and cucumbers from the store. 2. Put ½ of the tomatoes and cucumbers in the refrigerator and the other ½ on the counter in a dry, room-temperature (not hot) place (no direct sunlight). 3. After two days, serve both the ones that have been in the refrigerator to your test subjects as well as the ones that have not. 4. Ask them which one tastes better. Jot this down. 5. Count up the number of people who liked each better and see which one had more people.
Hey, Matt, you have the data right?
Yea, I put it right here in my backpack
Oh, No! It's gone!
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