Many students think of the scientific method as a step-by-step process that all scientists follow in order. But real research is rarely so neat and tidy…it is really more of a research cycle or spiral because things you learn in one step can change your ideas about what you’ve already done or about next steps.
It is OK to change your thinking! We encourage you to go back and edit things you write in this section at any time as your ideas change. Just remember to ADD to your entries (put new stuff at the top) and don’t delete or overwrite anything you or other students in your group have written.
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|Access||public [View public profile]|
|Created||26 Feb 2019|
|Owner||SFFS Melman Spring 2019|
|Research Question||What would contaminated water do to the germination of a seed?|
|Predictions||We think that the contaminated water will change the way it grows because the contaminated water does not have the nutrients that a seed needs to grow.|
|Grade Level||Middle School Students (grades 6,7,8)|
|School Name||San Francisco Friends School|