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THE PIRATE WAY

 

Problem Solver

Independent Thinker

Responsible Individual

Academic Achiever

Technologically Competent

Effective Communicator

CHEMISTRY

Presentation

Create a Chemistry presentation (minimum 10 min. - max 55 min.) that meets the requirements discussed in class and the attached rubric.  

 

 

 

*Students have signed up for Friday's throughout the year and are responsible for presenting on their chosen date.

 

**Students scheduled to present 2nd semester will receive an E for the assignment this semester.

Assigned: 01/07/19 Category: Assignment Points: 100 Due: 05/24/19

PIRATE WAY

Students Graded on their ability to be a P.I.R.A.T.E.

 

Problem Solver
Independent Thinker
Responsible Individual
Academic Achiever
Technologically Literate
Effective Communicator

 

 

**these are school-wide expectations

Assigned: 01/07/19 Category: LABs & Projects Points: 20 Due: 05/24/19

Titration Lab Report

Type up the Lab report with Google Docs and save it in your google drive. 

 

DUE MONDAY IN CLASS AFTER SPRING BREAK!!! 

 

LAB REPORT

 

Purpose/Problem (Paragraph Form)
The Purpose section of the Lab Report, answers the following questions:

  • Why are you doing this lab?
  • What are you trying to accomplish by doing this lab?
  • What are the main topics you will learn about?

Background Info (Paragraph Form)

Explains how some basic chemistry information connects to the lab and helps to explain the science behind what is going to happen.

 

Hypothesis (written in If...Then...Because... format)

The Hypothesis is what you think is the answer to the problem.  It is an educated guess. 

 

Materials (bullet points)
In the Materials section of your Lab Report, list the materials (everything) necessary to get this lab done.

 

Procedure (numbered)
The Procedure section of your Lab Report lists instructions or directions needed to accomplish the lab. They are already listed on the paper and do not need to be repeated.

 

Data(Table)
In the Data section of your Lab Report, you will be recording “just the facts” you’ve observed in your experiment. Data may include tabulated numbers, graphs, and short explanations of observations. Graphs are to be drawn with a ruler, titled, and axis labeled.

 

Calculations (equations)

One example of all equations and calculations needed in the lab (using variables only)

One example of one trials calculations (using numbers from data table)

 

Analysis (Paragraph Form)

After you have looked at the resulting DATA.  What are the main takeaways from the lab.

  • First paragraph lists the main takeaways from the lab.
  • Write one paragraph for each main result and state supporting fact(s) from the data.
  • Use researched sources to explain the MAIN results. Use the background information of the lab, notes taken in class, the textbook, and/or the internet.

Conclusion (last paragraph)

  • Restate in a few sentences your explanation of the results.
  • Explain any errors in your data and describe what might have caused them.
  • Hypothesis correct or not? A simple statement of fact.
  • What did you learn from this lab or what additional question would you want to investigate further? Make a statement about what you discovered or what additional experiment would you like to do to answer a related question.

Application

  • Describe how the main idea of this experiment applies to understanding other areas of science or the world.  You will probably need to do some research here.  

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  • Instead, you may relate the subject of this lab to a personal experience in your life. How does what you learned from this lab help explain that experience?

 

Assigned: 04/19/19 Category: LABs & Projects Points: 10 Due: 04/29/19