Energy, Matter, and Organization: Lab Report Analysis and Discussion

Today students were tasked with completing their graphs, analyzing their graphs for patterns or trends, and then writing the Analysis and Discussion sections of their lab reports.  We started class with an entry task designed to help students identify possible sources of experimental error possible impacts of those errors on their experimental data.  We assembled a class list of those errors which can be located within the slide deck for today.  Students received a Discussion Section Organizer worksheet to help them write the discussion.  We will be in the computer lab in room 235 tomorrow to finish writing the reports.  Reports must be turned in by the end of the school day on Friday for credit.