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Date: April 6, 2015

Teacher: Matt Santala


Background:
Students have done multiple labs in class
Students have created one formal lab report.
Students are familiar with Haiku, and
MS Excel for creating spreadsheets
and charts

MI Curriculum Framework:
Chemistry
C1.1A Generate new questions that can be
investigated in the laboratory or field.
C1.1B Evaluate the uncertainties or validity of
scientific conclusions using an understanding of
sources of measurement error, the challenges of
controlling variables, accuracy of data analysis,
logic of argument, logic of experimental design,
and/or the dependence on underlying assumptions.
C1.1C Conduct scientific investigations using
appropriate tools and techniques (e.g., selecting an
instrument that measures the desired quantity
length, volume, weight, time interval, temperature
with the appropriate level of precision).
C1.1E Describe a reason for a given
conclusion using evidence from an
investigation.

Subject: Chemistry High School


Lesson Topic: Scientific Inquiry
Lesson Objectives:

Students will develop a


testable hypotheses
Students will identify
experimental and control
factors of a self created
experiment
Students will gather data
and represent that data in a
spreadsheet and chart
Students will add their
question, hypothesis,
materials list, experimental
procedure, data, charts and
conclusions to a Haiku
Wikiproject
Students will present their
Wikiproject to the class.
Procedures/ Activities:
1. Students will develop an
experimental question and
present it to the teacher
and class.
2. The teacher and other
students will ask
determine in there is a
isolated variable to test
and give feedback on
their idea.
3. Students will submit
their question,
hypothesis, materials
list and experimental
procedure on their
Haiku Wikiproject.
4. The teacher will give
them feedback and
determine if they need
special materials to
conduct their
experiment. Needed

C1.1f Predict what would happen if the


variables, methods, or timing of an
investigation were changed.
C1.1g Based on empirical evidence, explain
and critique the reasoning used to draw a
scientific conclusion or explanation.

5.

C1.1h Design and conduct a systematic


scientific investigation that tests a
hypothesis. Draw conclusions from data
presented in charts or tables.

6.

7.

8.

9.

material will be loaned


for the week so the
student and conduct the
experiment at home.
Students will compile
their data using a
spreadsheet and graph
their data.
Students will draw
conclusions from their
data.
Students will post all
relevant material
including pictures on
the experiment.
Students will present
their learning to the
class using smart TVs
hooked up to the
teacher computer.
An iPad with SlashTop
Desktop will be used to
control the computer
from a distance.

Materials:
4 student computers with web access
1 teacher computer with web access
connected to SmartTV
Chemistry materials determined by the
student (examples graduated cylinders,
thermometers, electric balances, etc.)
Haiku LMS
Digital Camera or phone.
Assessment and Homework

The teacher will provide video feedback for


the student after the have presented they
have completed their experimental
procedure.
Students will complete their write-up online
on Haiku and present their findings to the
class.
Homework- Students will upload their
information to the Haiku LMS. The teacher

Accommodations:

Students with IEP's will


receive additional time and
be given the opportunity to
discuss their results with
the teacher ahead of time.

will be able to evaluate the student progress


at each step of the way.
Bibliography:
https://www.michigan.gov/documents/CHE
M_168212_7.pdf