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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Our Science Methodology (Water vs. Gatorade)

 Original
 Step 1: Gather all materials

 Step 2: Make observations such as finding the textures, and the mass.Then record the data.

 Step 3: Find a question.

Step 4: Form a hypothesis and record the data.

Step 5: Get a paper towel and wet it water.

Step 6: Wrap the beans in the  paper towel, and let it sit for 2 days.

Step 7: When the two days are over you get 2 cups and soil.

 Step 8: You put half an inch of soil in each cup.

  Step 9: Then put one bean in each cup.

Step 10: After that put 1 inch of soil on each cup.

 Step 11: Get water and pour some  in the beaker until you get to 10 mm.

 Step 12: Get Gatorade and follow the highlighted steps in Step 11.

 Step 13: Pour the water in the cup.

 Step 14: Pour the Gatorade in the other cup.

 Step 15: Mark the cups so that you know which one is Water or Gatorade.

 Step 16: Record Data.

Step 17: Each day we'll check on the beans.

Step 18: Write down how much it has grown.

 Step 19: At the end write down the results.

 Step 20: Compare the sizes.

 Step 21: Show your experiment.

Revised

 Step 1: Gather all materials

 Step 2: Make observations such as finding the textures, and the mass.Then record the data.

 Step 3: Find a question.

Step 4: Form a hypothesis and record the data.

Step 5: Get a paper towel and wet it water.

Step 6: Wrap the beans in the  paper towel, and let it sit for 2 days.

Step 7: When the two days are over you get 2 cups and soil.

Step 8: You put half an inch of soil in each cup.

Step 9: Then put one bean in each cup. 

Step 10: After that put one inch of soil in each cup.

Step 11: Get water and pour it to the 15 mm mark on the beaker.

Step 12: Do the same with the gatorade.

Step 13: Pour the Gatorade in one cup then pour the water in another cup.

Step 14: Make sure to mark each cup so that you know which cup has the Gatorade or water.

Step 15: After that make a chart to record the data (record data each day).

Step 16: Measure how much each bean has grown and draw pictures.

Step 17: When you are done show the results for the growth of the beans.

Step 18: Make sure to show your experiment.

What I learned from this process of the beans is that if you don't put a lot of water it will not grow and if you put enough water it will eventually grow.

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