On 12/16 we finished our experiments with Mr. Popli's class. Students will now compile their information and create their presentations. For the presentation, remember you should have:
- Raw data--compile your raw data in a readable format
- A summary--summarize your raw data in paragraph form. This is probably one paragraph.
- A conclusion--Think about what the data might mean. Draw conclusions and address your hypothesis---what did you think you'd see and what did you really see? This would be one or two paragraphs. Think of this as your analysis.
- Your creative paper. Apply your information by writing a short paper that tells what impact your data might have on education at Twinfield. If you could design the education system here, what would you definitely keep and what would you change based on your data? Be sure to support your ideas with evidence from the experiments. This is probably a 2-3 page paper and will have an introduction, body and conclusion.