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Make Conclusions micro-lesson

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An important part of the scientific process is to make conclusions. The conclusion is the last part of something, so it would be the final section in your scientific writeup. Making conclusions is all about thinking why you found the results you did. It is important to use knowledge you have to discuss your results and come up with theories based on your results. Any statement should be based on the results you found and discuss the data but be careful not just to repeat the results section. The conclusion is also an opportunity to reflect on your experiment, to think about anything that did not go as expected, anything that might have affected the results, how you could improve your experiment, and what your next steps might be. For example, if I was to do an experiment to find out if the germination rate of tomato plant is greater with or without music and found no difference, my conclusion should discuss the reason for a lack of difference, including any scientific theories I might have and any issue in my experiment.

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  • A conclusion is likely to include...

    1) a reflection on how we can improve the experiment.
    2) information that is confidential.
    3) information about the scientists who did the experiment.
    4) a song about the experiment.
  • Should a conclusion contain theories you have about the results?

    1) yes
    2) no
  • The conclusion should state...

    1) why a scientist thinks they found the results they did.
    2) what someone did in an experiment.
    3) only the data that was collected in an experiment.
    4) only what someone thinks will happen in an experiment.
  • When you write a conclusion...

    1) you should be careful not to just repeat the results.
    2) you should include the methods.
    3) you should make sure it is no more than a few sentences long.
    4) you should mainly repeat what is in the results section.
  • Where is the conclusion usually in a lab report...

    1) at the end.
    2) at the start.
    3) in the middle.
    4) it doesn't matter.

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