Jillinan Posted November 19, 2011 Share Posted November 19, 2011 Hello, I'm hoping for some seasoned advice on lab reports. I'm teaching a high school biology class for a group of 9th graders (Apologia as the spine, but with lots of other things added in) and I'm struggling with the format for lab reports. Everything I've found online gives wonderful suggestions when you're doing an experiment and testing a hypothesis, but most of the labs done in biology are more observing type labs (microscope work observing plant and animal cells, dissections, etc.) I see the students twice a week so I don't have time to teach each part of the report and so I plan on typing out instructions for them to take home and "teach" themselves. The Methods & Procedure section is easy, but what do I tell them to do for the other sections (like the Introduction where you're supposed to state the hypothesis or the data and results where there aren't really any results?) Thanks so much! Jill Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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