Lab Report Template and Rubric Title: (5 pts.) * a brief, concise, yet descriptive title Statement of the Problem: (10 pts.) * What question(s) are you trying to answer? * Include any preliminary observations or background information about the subject Hypothesis (if…then…format): (10 pts) * Write a possible solution for the problem. * Make sure this possible solution is a complete sentence. * Make sure the statement is testable. Procedure: (15 pts.) * Write a numbered list (complete sentences) which explains what you did in the lab. * Your procedure should be written so that anyone else could repeat the experiment. Results (Data): (15 pts) This section should include an organized data table, observations, or additional notes and calculations you make during the lab. You may attach a separate sheet(s) if necessary. All tables and charts should be labeled appropriately. Results (Graph): (15 pts) * This section should include an organized graph reflecting the data you collected during the lab. * Be sure your graph has an appropriate title, labeled x and y axes including units, correctly plotted data, and a key/legend if necessary. Conclusions Paragraph: (15 pts) In your conclusion make sure to state the following: NO FIRST PERSON AND PUT IN PARAGRAPH FORM 1- Is the hypothesis valid or invalid using the data to support this statement? 2. Possible errors 3. What does the enzyme catalase do to the hydrogen peroxide? Explain the reaction. 4. What could be done to improve the experiment? Conclusion Questions: (15 pts) Answer the six conclusion question found at the end of the lab report.
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