The following video links will help you review for the experimental design quiz:

review-video-what-is-a-control-group

review-video-writing-a-hypothesis/

video-to-review-independentdependent-variables/

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# Experimental Design — Video Reviews

# Experimental Design Quiz/Study Guide

# Experimental Design KUD

# Honors Biology 9/30/16

# Honors Biology 9/29/16

# Honors Biology for 9/29/16

The following video links will help you review for the experimental design quiz:

review-video-what-is-a-control-group

review-video-writing-a-hypothesis/

video-to-review-independentdependent-variables/

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Honors classes will be taking the quiz on experimental design on Friday 9/29 (A Day) and Monday 10/2 (B Day).

College Prep Classes will be taking the Quiz on Tuesday 10/3 (A Day).

Click Here to access the the study guide/KUD: experimental design.theory2017 KUD

Click Here for power point reviews

The KUD (Know, Understand, Do) for the Experimental Design Quiz. Click Here:experimental-design-kud

Today, we had our Quiz on the Nature of Science and did a notebook check.

Afterward, students practiced identifying variables (independent, dependent and constant.) That practice page goes in the notebook (left side for a stamp) variables_worksheet (only did page one)

For notebook checks, I count up the number of stamps earned over a period of time (since August 31 in this case.)

Each stamp is worth 5 points. Multiply the number of stamps times five to get the score.( 7 stamps earned x 5 points = 35 points)

Stamps required per class:

2B: 9 stamps for 45 points.

3B: 8 stamps for 40 points.

4B: 8 stamps for 40 points.

Today, we had our Quiz on the Nature of Science and did a notebook check.

Afterward, students practiced identifying variables (independent, dependent and constant.) That practice page goes in the notebook (left side for a stamp) variables_worksheet (only did page one)

For notebook checks, I count up the number of stamps earned over a period of time (since August 31 in this case.)

Each stamp is worth 5 points. Multiply the number of stamps times five to get the score.( 7 stamps earned x 5 points = 35 points)

Students should have at least **eight **stamps by this point for a total of **40 **points this time. Some student have more than eight and received extra credit.

Today, we had our Quiz on the Nature of Science and did a notebook check.

Afterward, students practiced identifying variables (independent, dependent and constant.) That practice page goes in the notebook (left side for a stamp) variables_worksheet (only did page one)

For notebook checks, I count up the number of stamps earned over a period of time (since August 31 in this case.)

Each stamp is worth 5 points. Multiply the number of stamps times five to get the score.( 7 stamps earned x 5 points = 35 points)

Students should have at least eight stamps by this point for a total of 40 points this time. Some student have more than eight and received extra credit.