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|Title||Designing Experiments Using Masses & Springs|
|Description||This activity was used in 9th grade physics to help students learn how to design their own investigations. The learning goals were: 1) Write testable questions 2) Isolate variables 3) Organize data in tables 4) Analyze data (draw conclusions) The file "Week11.doc" shows how this lesson fit into the whole week's plan. We did this activity on Tuesday.|
|Level||High School, Middle School|
|Keywords||design, experiment, force, investigations, mass, spring|
|Simulation(s)||Massa dan Pegas|
|School / Organization||Denver School of Science and Technology|