Purpose, Question and Hypothesis (requirements)
Write up your purpose for your project. For example…
The purpose of this project is to see which brand of Microwave Popcorn Pops the Most Kernels.
Write up your question for your project. For example…
Which Brand of Microwave Popcorn Pops The Most Kernels?
It should only be testing one thing and should be very brief. Remember to start it with a capital letter and end it with a question mark.
Also, include your hypothesis statement. For example…
Orville Redenbacher microwave popcorn will pop the most kernels.
The hypothesis statement should be one brief statement about what you think (using an educated guess) the outcome of the ...view middle of the document...
2. Pour out all the popped kernels and count the popped popcorn for each brand.
3. Record the amount of popped kernels for each brand and repeat the experiment three times.
4. Record the average of popped kernels for each brand and compare results.
Data (results) requirements
Once your materials and procedures have been approved, you may start working on your project. Be sure to take pictures of yourself completing your project for your display board. Once you have completed your project, you can turn in your data
Your data must then be submitted in one of two forms: a chart or a graph. Both the chart and the graph should be computer generated (typed). They also MUST have labels on them. You may choose any type of graph that you feel best represents your data (pie, bar, line, etc.) Ask your parents or older siblings for help.
After your data is complete, then you need to finish your project with this last step. As with all previous steps, this must be typed. The conclusion section explains why you think you got the results...