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Lab Introduction Practice - Hammer and Feather video

By Ryan Oldford 25 Nov 02:28
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Writing Lab Introductions
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Watch This Video!
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What are you investigating?This should only be 1 sentence.

Good sentences are clear, so anyone can see what the experiment is about.
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How are you investigating it?This should be 1-2 sentences.

Very complex experiments might need more, but that's unusual.

Good sentences give enough detail to understand the basic procedure,

but don't try to give so much detail that they get too long.
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What do you expect to find?This should only be 1 sentence.

Good sentences should refer to the expected value of some variable.

For example, "The two groups should be the same" is bad.

"The two groups should have the same average height" is much better.

Slides in Lab Introduction Practice - Hammer and Feather video

This should only be 1 sentence. Good sentences are clear, so anyone can see what the experiment is about. Write this sentence for the video's experiment. Write like you're doing the experiment.
This should be 1-2 sentences. Very complex experiments might need more, but that's unusual. Good sentences give enough detail to understand the basic procedure, but don't try to give so much detail that they get too long. Write these sentences for the video's experiment. Write like you're doing the experiment.
This should only be 1 sentence. Good sentences should refer to the expected value of some variable. For example, "The two groups should be the same" is bad. "The two groups should have the same average height" is much better. Write this sentence for the video's experiment. Write like you're doing the experiment.
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