Recopy your data from the in-lab here in a nice neat format (tables are usually nice and neat). This is your chance to organize it into a more readable form now that you are done with the experiment and impress the TA with your organizational skills. It’s a good idea to write out all the formulas you use in your calculations. Personally, I like to work through the problem using just the formula, and then plug in the numbers at the end to get my final answer. Also, show all of your work. One more point is to be sure to include the units when you are doing a calculation, and don’t drop the units halfway through the calculation. This is actually a pretty powerful tool because if your answer has the wrong units you know you must have made an error somewhere along the way. The conclusion is alot like the introduction except, instead of a summary of what you are going to do, it’s a summary of what you did.
The reason you have a conclusion is because your lab report might be long and the reader may not remember all the important points that you stated. Also, it gives you a chance to explain anything that might have gone wrong or could be improved, as well as propose future experiments. Like the introduction, it should be short and to the point. What you did: Reiterate your procedures briefly (including any changes you made). What you found: Restate any results that you may have calculated (with errors if applicable). You don’t need to include the raw data, but if you calculated an average over several trials, state the average (not each trial). What you think: What do your results mean? Why or why not? Basically, comment on the results. If your experimental error (RAD, RSD) is small or large compared to the inherent error (the error in the standards and equipment used), comment on what this means, too.
These are samples of what the student will fill in. ♦To watch a sample, click on 2012-2013 Live-Feed Course Information (or whatever year is upcoming), click on the desired course, and on the left click Class Video Example. You may want to skip past the intro, which can be as long as 25 minutes! Lecture Notes with fill-in-the-blanks that go right along with the lecture. Your child will have time to write in the answer before the teacher gives the answer. The instructor of RWT does an online class each year, and these are recorded from the previous year’s classes. He shows websites that he clicks to as he reviews the module. You only see the websites on your screen; you do not see the teacher during the actual class, except maybe briefly at the beginning. The tests are not the same ones as in Apologia’s original Test packets and Solutions and Tests book. I think the instructor made these for his online class and then included them on the DVD.
I personally like the original tests. ►Also the Study Guide (chapter review) at the end of each module is designed to help them study for the original tests in the Solutions and Tests book. You could choose to use one of the sets of tests as review, or just leave off the extra ones as we do. ♦Even if you used the RWT tests, you would still need the Solutions and Tests for the answers to the Study Guide (end-of-module reviews) and answers to the Module Summaries if you do those (not available in 1st edition textbooks). I have found there are several places that sell Apologia’s materials cheaper than Apologia does, including Christian Book Distributors. I contacted one site to find out how they were able to sell at these prices, and she replied that they buy in bulk from Apologia, and are able to do this. I know some like to buy from the original distributor, but I do understand about needing to save money! It is a lot to process if you haven’t really looked into Apologia before. If you don’t have the money for some of these extra resources, or just don’t want to fool with them, there are some options. ►Of course you’ll need the Textbook. ►And the Solutions and Tests book. ►If you have 2nd Edition, there are Module Summaries in the back of the book for review. ►If you don’t want the Multimedia CD (has a few video clips), I have lots of videos posted at Homeschooler’s Resources as well as links to other resources. Links to the science courses are at the top of the blog. As always, products change. Before buying, check the info here against what the seller says.
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