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Chapter 4 / Exercise C
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1. Exhibits cannot exceed a depth of 30 inches, width of 48 in and a height of 9 feet. 2. All lettering should be readable from four feet away…this means larger than 12 font. 3. Headings and titles should be at least 1 inch in height. 4. Spelling should be carefully checked. 5. Consider artistic appeal by considering boarders, complimentary colors and display materials and equipment. 6. Plan your time carefully. An excellent display will take time to obtain materials and implement your design. 7. The project should include materials and equipment used but may not include: a. Plants b. Animals c. Lasers d. Fuels, food, chemicals, liquids e. Glass f. Microbes g. Sharp objects h. Powder i. Soil 8. The display must include: a. Title b. Problem, Question, or Purpose c. Hypothesis d. Procedures (methods and materials listed) e. Results with data, graphs, analysis of data f. Visuals of procedures and results with labeled drawings and/or photo graphs g. Conclusion h. Abstract i. Research report (to put on table in front of display) j. Log Book ( to put on table in front of display) k. ID # on top front right corner of display board, front cover of log book and research report. You must also put you ID # on any items you display with your board that is not attached to the board.
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Science Fair Project Writing up your Results Your result should be written in a brief paragraph of what you discovered while conducting your experiment. Step 1 Write a topic sentence stating the independent and dependant variables referencing appropriate tables/graphs. There are several ways to write a topic sentence as long as the needed information communicated.
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