SCIENTIFIC REPORT SCIENTIFIC REPORT Scientific report is a document that describes the process, progress, and or results of technical or scientific research or the state of a technical or scientific research problem. HOW TO WRITE SCIENTIFIC REPORT? INTRODUCTION Write the title of your own experiment State your goals States your hypothesis METHODS Details on how you tested your hypothesis. Clarifies why you performed your study in that particular way It consist of : 1. Variables 2. Materials and equipment 3. Methods / steps DATA AND RESULT Provides raw data collected Provides your observation data Expresses the data in table form, as an easy-to-read figure, or as percentages/ratios Condition A Condition B DISCUSSION Considers whether the data you obtained support the hypothesis Elaborate the data obtained with the theory used State your own conclusion (based on your goals) In conclusion, this experiment shows that online learning increase student’s happiness This experiment prove that fertilizer could increase growth hormone of apple tree The conclusion is an apple a day could improve student’s energy by 30% PHYSICAL APPARATUS Metre ruler Digital balance Statif + clamp Lever balance Amperemeter Multimeter Lup Forcemeter Power supply Thermo meter Crocodile clips Ticker meter Osiloskop Stopwatch SAFETY IN PHYSICS LABORATORY SAFETY IN PHYSICS LABORATORY 1. Follow directions. Come to lab prepared to perform the experiment. Follow all written and verbal instructions. When in doubt, ask. 2. Be alert and attentive at all times. Act like an adult. 3. Report all accidents, injuries or breakage to the instructor immediately. Also, report any equipment that you suspect is malfunctioning. 4. Eating and drinking are not permitted in the laboratory. If you have a medical condition requiring an exception to that rule notify your instructor. 5. Dress appropriately. Avoid wearing overly-bulky or loose-fitting clothing, or dangling jewelry that may become entangled in your experimental apparatus. Pin or tie back long hair and roll up loose sleeves. 6. Ask the instructor to check all electrical circuits before you turn on the power 7. Return all equipment, clean and in good condition, to the designated location at the end of the lab period. 8. Leave your lab area cleaner than you found it.