I am really impressed with Serafina’s sci. class. Really impressed with the internet use and online info.
just so you know i am going to use a cake recipe for my science project
instead of a cookie recipe
hi tiff i was wondering if my title on the board can be Sugar
ok..but aren’t you testing what happens if you switch up baking soda and baking powder? if so, “sugar” doesn’t seem relevant.
Tiff i dont think you have posted the imitosis hw yet. please do.
got it! thanks.
sorry the last comment was me
i forgot what was the real definition of diffusion
do you have your reading?
think about the examples in class with the food dye and water. also the fart example! diffusion is the movement of particles from __________concentration to __________concentration.
Inv. Rough Draft Questions:
1) For the “Drawing” of our invention does it need to be of our initial idea or the final? If it’s the initial idea, can I use the sketch from the worksheet you asked us to fill out?
2) Is the research element need to be included in the Introduction or as it’s own section?
3)Is the research REQUIRED for the rough draft or RECOMMENDED?
1) The drawing can be either. I’m assuming that you might not be finished, so it can be the initial sketch. However, for the final, you should have a drawing of your finished product (and you can include the initial to show the progress.)
2) The research belongs where ever it makes sense.
3) The research is recommended. But if you are planning on putting in your introduction, you might as well include it now.
Thanks alot!!! (wee? nothing against the word, i dont’ remember question 4…)
In your brief description of the Invention Introduction, it says, “How do you think of your design.”
That threw me off. Can I get some clarification please?
I think I meant “how did you think up your design?” you could describe the ah-ha moment you had on the toilet!
Nevermind the last question. Missed the “did”
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