3 edition of Elementary laboratory: General instructions and outline of work. found in the catalog.
Elementary laboratory: General instructions and outline of work.
University of Toronto. Dept. of Physics.
Written in English
Typewritten (partly written) manuscript.
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I made this lab report to supplement the 2nd grade Unit 2 Science Labs and Informational Writing unit in the Lucy Calkins series. I felt that a form provided a good scaffold for the scientific process to writers who needed it. It follows the format of a good science lab report: 1. Hypothesis When reading, these notes should work as quick references for future study or in-class discussion. When revising your own work, these notes should tell you if each paragraph is focused and clear. In the right-hand margin, write down how the paragraph topic advances the overall argument of .
Lab Hrs: Out of Class Hrs: Total Student Learning Hrs: CAN: Description: An elementary study of the basic physical laws describing the motion of bodies. Includes the study of oscillations, waves, and sound. 2. Method of Instruction: Lecture Work Experience, Occupational Laboratory Open Entry/Exit Lecture and Laboratory Independent Studies Distance Learning. 3. Contact Hours for a Term: Low. High. Lecture(total) Scheduled: To. To be arranged: To. Lab(total) Scheduled: To. Lab.
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