Welcome to the Virtual Log Book - Leon County Schools

Welcome to the Virtual Log Book - Leon County Schools

Dont forget to put in dates!!! Welcome to the Virtual Log Book Science Fair 2017-2018 Marla Blair Each slide will represent a page in the log book Science Fair Log Book Your log book is your diary or blog about

your project. It serves as a place to record your research, ideas, procedures, and data It also verifies that it is your work The log book for your project will be hand written and will be displayed with your project. You will start your log book once you and your teacher have decided on a topic/question. Sample Page

Question (goes on page 1) How does using a car shade affect the temperature inside a car? Hypothesis: (you will add later) Research and Bibliography You will want to do some background research to make a good hypothesis. Find some key words that relate to your topic-look

those words up to start your research-ask an adult to help you come up with topics to research related to your project Record your research in your log book For each source, record the information that you will need for your bibliography-you will use this information to create your bibliography in noodle tools. *Each source and notes should be on their own page in your log book Sample Research Page

*you must cite this website in your research and bibliography! (copy into your log book) Website and Publisher: Society for Science and the Public. Page Title: International rules for pre-college science research: Guidelines for science and engineering fairs 2017-2018. Retrieved from https://student.societyforscience.org/international-rules-pre-collegescience-research Updated: 2017 Retrieved 8/23/17 _______________________________________ What I learned: My project must be approved by my teacher before I begin

experimentation I need to complete a Form 1A and 1B Anything potentially dangerous requires special permission from my teacher and completion of specific forms All forms are available on this website Research Website: Hyperphysics Greenhouse Effect Last updated: not available Access date: 9/28/10 URL: http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/thermo/grnhse.html

_______________________________________ What I learned: Sealed, transparent windows in the car allow for greenhouse effect Blocking of light will prevent as much heating of the air in the car There are many forms of light including visible light, ultraviolet light and infrared light Carbon dioxide in our atmosphere contributes to the greenhouse effect in our atmosphere Research

Website: Aol Autos Author: Tom Torbjornsen Last updated: July 16, 2009 Access date: 9/28/10 URL: http://autos.aol.com/article/hot-car/ _______________________________________ What I learned: A car sitting in a parking lot all day can reach temperatures well over 100 degrees F Venting by leaving the windows slightly open will help reduce the temperature inside the car

Ultraviolet waves will damage the fabric and dashboard over time Research Book: Florida Science-Level Green Authors: Alton Biggs, Lucy Daniel, et al Published: Columbus, Ohio Glencoe/McGraw Hill Publisher Copyright: 2006 _______________________________________ What I learned:

Order of the Scientific Method: Question, Hypothesis, Experimentation, Analysis, Conclusion A valid experiment contains 1 independent variable Multiple trials will reduce bias and provide valid results Procedure should contain safety information and be specific Research Website: Vision Learning Authors: Martha Marie Day, Ed.D., Anthony Carpi, Ph.D. Title: Temperature Last updated: not available Access date: 9/28/10

URL: http://www.visionlearning.com/library/module_viewer.php?mid=48 _______________________________________ What I learned: Temperature is a measure of the amount of heat energy possessed by an object. Galileo developed the first instrument to measure temperature; it was refined and calibrated by later scientists.

The Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin scales are three different systems for measuring heat energy (temperature) based on different references. Question or Problem: How does using a car shade affect the temperature inside a car? Hypothesis: Using a cardboard car shade will reduce the temperature in the car.

Procedure: (write your procedure for your experiment here) It may require multiple pages Data Draw a data table before doing your experiment to collect and organize your data, dont forget units (use metric!) and dates! Also, do not use fractionsdecimals. Record data here

Data Analysis and Conclusion Look at your data, what did you learn Log Book Use your log book after finishing the

experiment to type everything up for your backboard-always save your work!

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