Lab Report

Category & Total possible points  Does Not Meet Expectation  Meets Expectation  Points Heading (10 points)  Includes 2-3 of the following: (2 = 5 pts; 3 =7 pts)  ? date  ? name  ? lab section  ? lab title  Includes all of the following: (10 pts)  ? date  ? name  ? lab section  ? lab title  Introduction (20)points)  Includes 1- 2 of the following: (1 = 6 pts; 2 =12 pts)  ? background information  ? the purpose of the investigation  ? the hypothesis to be tested  Includes all of the following: (20 pts)  ? background information  ? the purpose of the investigation  ? the hypothesis to be tested  Procedure:  Materials & Methods  (25 points)  Includes 1-2 of the following: (1 = 8 pts; 2 =16 pts)  ? description of procedures followed  ? materials & equipment  ? collection of data  Includes all of the following: (25 pts)  ? description of procedures followed  ? materials & equipment  ? collection of data  Results (25 points)  Includes 1-2 of the following: (1 = 8 pts; 2 =16 pts)  ? summary of data generated by experiment (experimental results).  ? proper labeling of tables and figures including a title  ? description of data  Includes all of the following: (25 pts)  ? summary of data generated by experiment (experimental results)..  ? proper labeling of tables and figures including a title  ? description of data  Discussion (20 points)  Includes 1-2 of the following: (1 = 6 pts; 2 =12 pts)  ? discussion and interpretation of experimental results in regard to 1) hypothesis, 2) explanation, and 3) conclusion  Includes all of the following: (20 pts)  ? discussion and interpretation of experimental results in regard to 1) hypothesis, 2) explanation, and 3) conclusion  Overall Quality (5 points)  Report is poorly written; incomplete with major grammatical, stylistic, or typographical errors (0 points)  Report is well-written, easy to follow, with few grammatical, stylistic, or typographical errors (5 points)   Instructions for Writing Laboratory Reports  All laboratory reports should include the following:  Heading  The heading should include the date, name of student, lab section, and lab topic.  Introduction  All laboratory reports should begin with a short section describing 1) background information; 2) the purpose of the investigation; and 3) the hypothesis to be tested. Always write the introduction in the active voice.  Materials and Methods  This section should contain a description of the following: 1) experimental procedures; 2) materials and equipment (you may identify these as they are discussed, rather than listing them separately), and 3) the collection of data. The readers should be able to reproduce your experiment.  Results  Organize and summarize the results of your experiment. Use tables, figures and graphs, as appropriate, to summarize the quantitative data. Also, describe the important aspects of your data in words. Label the tables and figures properly so they can be easily understood. Use a title for all graphs and tables. Make sure that all axes are clearly designated.  Discussion  Discuss and interpret the experimental results in regard to your hypothesis. Note any limitations (e.g. small sample size) or problems. In the conclusion, suggest how the investigation might have been improved.   I have pick and article to write a lab report about it

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