Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Bottle flipping

Name: jozalyn nagy                        Date: 11/21/16      

Experimental Conclusion

Intro - Start by explaining or summarizing your experiment.
Claim – Write a statement about what you learned from your experiment. What did you prove?
Evidence – Share the data you collected and/or observed that supports your claim.
Reasoning – Explain the Science behind your claim. Why did you get the results you got? Also show how your evidence supports, or actually proves, that your claim is correct.



We (explain or summarize what you did in your experiment)
My experiment was about bottle flipping and measuring the data and drawing a graph and when the was flipping in the air we predicted if the bottle was going to land or not



My claim is
I learned that you have to have a certain amount of water in the bottle for it to land.
The more water you put in the bottle the less times it will land, the less water the bottle will land upright more then when the bottle is full



My evidence is
125ml landed twice, 250 ml landed three times , 375 ml lands one timeand 500ml landed 0 times the amount of times the bottle landed kept on going down because water increased




I think this happened because
Every time the water increased the less amount of times it lands, and every time the water decreases the bottle will land more.

My evidence supports my claim because
 When we had more water in the bottle, the bottle landed less times, and when we had less water in the bottle, the bottle landed more. So my evidence is true the more water the less amount of times it lands the less amount of water the more times the bottle will land. And I just wanted to say something about what another team has. Team¾ that did the same manipulated variable as us and the same reasponding and we most likely had the same data.












Claim - Evidence - Reasoning Rubric


4
3
2
1
Claim
Domain specific language is used to state the claim accurately
Claim is stated accurately
Claim does not make appropriate connections to the task
Claim is stated incorrectly
Evidence
Evidence provided from text, video, experiment, picture, lecture contributes to overall understanding
Evidence from text, video, experiment, picture, lecture is provided to support claim
Evidence is provided to support claim
Evidence is unclear or does not support the claim
Reasoning
Reasoning supports and extends the claim
Reasoning is included to support the claim
Reasoning partially supports the claim
Reasoning does not support the claim


Rubric rating submitted on: 11/21/2016, 12:07:42 PM by al_gonzalez@staff.csd49.org


1
2
3
4
Claim
  Your score: 3
Claim is stated incorrectly
Claim does not make appropriate connections to the task
Claim is stated accurately
Domain specific language is used to state the claim accurately
Evidence
  Your score: 2
Evidence is unclear or does not support the claim
Evidence is provided to support claim
Evidence from text, video, experiment, picture, lecture is provided to support claim
Evidence provided from text, video, experiment, picture, lecture contributes to overall understanding
Reasoning
  Your score: 2
Reasoning does not support the claim
Reasoning partially supports the claim
Reasoning is included to support the claim
Reasoning supports and extends the claim

Comments:
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