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Unformatted text preview: Grading Form for Rough Draft of AQUATIC EXPERIMENT Lab Report BIOL 1104L Student name _____Kayla Murphy______ You have received the following score (out of 15 points) on your first version on the Aquatic Experiment Lab Report. _15_ /15 This score is based primarily on the fact that you turned in a rough draft on time and that it was a reasonable and conscientious first effort. This score does not reflect the score you will receive on the final draft. Your score on your final draft depends on fulfilling the criteria listed below (these are not the same criteria as listed on page 25 in your lab manual) that are described in greater detail on pages 25-28 in your lab manual. To provide you with guidance as you revise your first effort into your final lab report, I have given provisional scores below that I would likely assign if this were your only chance to turn in your assignment. Please note that even if you get a mock grade of an A on your paper, it can still be revised and improved; no paper is perfect the first time around. I will provide you with suggestions on how to do so (see provided feedback). You will need to turn in the first version with my comments along with your final draft so I can see where you have revised your lab report. Failure to make any revisions will result in a loss of 10 points off your final grade. Format of report: 1. Your lab report must be typed and double-spaced, font size 12 and font style Times New Roman. Hand-written assignments will not be accepted or graded (note exception below in Results section). 2. Scientific papers use the following standard format which you are required to use for your Lab Report. Although the format utilizes separated sections for the purpose of organization, it is important that the lab report be written as a single, interconnected story in which one section leads logically and naturally to the next as it would in any well-written prose. Title Introduction Materials and Methods Results Discussion and Conclusions Literature Cited All section headings (Introduction, Results, etc.) are always centered; the body of each section immediately follows the section heading. After the title page, do not begin each section on a new page. If one section ends part of the way down a page, the next section heading follows immediately on the same page. Also, scientific papers do not use Table of Contents pages Your lab report should be approximately 3-5 pages in length. YOUR AQUATIC EXPERIMENT LAB REPORT 60 points Remember to refer to pages 25-28 of your lab manual for more information on...
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course BIOL 1104 taught by Professor Stanger-hall during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.
- Spring '08