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Here you will find the template for writing a proper Lab Workbook Page.

Title: Title of lab/experiment. Your name and the names of any lab partners. Your teacher's name. The date the lab was performed or the date the report was submitted. The title says what you did. It should be brief (aim for ten words or less) and describe the main point of the experiment or investigation.
Lab Question: also known as the problem - what are you going to find out?
Hypothesis: What do you think you are going to find out. Write it as an if...then statement.
Materials: List the materials you will use in the experiment.
Procedure: Make a detailed list of the steps in your experiment. No personal pronouns (I, we, he, she, you, they, us, and so on.) Be sufficiently detailed that anyone could read this section and duplicate your experiment. Write it as if you were giving direction for someone else to do the lab. It may be helpful to provide a picture to diagram your experimental setup.
Observations: What did you observe when you performed the experiment. Again, no personal pronouns.
Data Analysis: also known as results - show results in a graphic organizer (chart, graph, diagram, etc.) and explain.
Conclusion: From what you observed, how would you answer your original question? Does the experiment support the hypothesis?

You can copy and paste the empty template below:

Title
Lab Question/Problem
Hypothesis
Materials
Procedure
Observations
Data Analysis/Results
Conclusion

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