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Lab Title: Student Name: Lab Partners (If Any): Purpose: (In your own words, explain the

purpose of this lab) Class/Period:

Date:

Materials: (List all materials used in this lab)

Hypothesis: (State your hypothesis about the lab)

Procedure: (Write the procedure in your own words. If you need additional space please list the remainder of your procedure on Sheet 2 of this spreadsheet)

Observations: (What did you notice during the lab? Did anything stand out to you? Is there a step of the procedure you would change?

Calculations: (Show evidence of calculations performed in the lab. If you do handwritten work you can take a picture and attach it to this area. Additional pictures should be attached on page 2 of the spreadsheet. If graphs are required you should do them on page 2 of the spreadsheet as well.)

Calculations: (Show evidence of calculations performed in the lab. If you do handwritten work you can take a picture and attach it to this area. Additional pictures should be attached on page 2 of the spreadsheet. If graphs are required you should do them on page 2 of the spreadsheet as well.)

Analysis/Conclusion: (Was the lab successful? Was your hypothesis correct? Give detailed information about how the lab worked and what is showed.)

Use this page as needed to supply photos of the lab, data, calculations, and for notes.

and for notes.

Lab Report Grading Rubric Item Points Possible Identification Items (Name, Date, Partners, Title (1pt each)) Completed 4 Purpose stated clearly (3pt.) and correct (3pt.) 6 Materials listed in detail 5 Hypothesis is present (3pt), well stated(4pt), and testable (4pt) 10 Procedure: Contains numbered steps (3pt), is complete (4pt), and is followable by others (4pt) 10 Observations: Student lists things noticed during the experiments in a clear and consice manner. Student uses scientific terms when describing the experiment Calculations: Organized, Complete, Graphs correctly labeled (if applicabable), (+3 possible for going beyond the norm) Analysis/Conclusion: Detailed analysis of data (8pt), Restates original hypothesis (2pt), provides support for or evidence against hypothesis(7pt), identifies at least three possible sources for error (6pt) (+5 possible for going beyond the norm) Student actively participated in lab activity (As observed during the activity) Student cleaned up after lab and folded lab coat Grammar (-3 Possible for repeated misspellings) Grammar (-3 Possible for repeated grammatical errors) Points Possible :

10 15

26 12 5

103 Student Grade:

Points Earned

Teacher Notes