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Investigatory project of Eggshell Fertilizer?
Below are the basic steps that your students can follow in doing investigatory projects: = Step 1. Gather Ideas = Observe surroundings and notice the things th…at need improving. Next, add some creativity and logic to think of possible solutions. Then consult knowledgeable people if the idea is doable. For example, instead of complaining about the pollution in the city, think of creative, effective ways on how it can be reduced. Or use a junked bicycle to design a washing machine (this project won First Prize in Improvisation during a Regional Science Fair). = Step 2. Research = Gather as much data and information about the project. ScienceProject.com has project guides with background information and experiment design. Meanwhile, Encyclopedia.com and Wikipedia.com have general information on any subject. Project ideas and material can be found at MiniScience.com, while local libraries can provide relevant reference materials to the project. = Step 3. Variables = Determine the possible variables or changeable factors in the experiment. = Step 4. Hypothesis = From the research and variables, write down an educated guess on what the different factors that influence the project are. = Step 5. Experiment = In designing an experiment, write a step-by-step list called an experimental procedure, taking into account a control variable (nothing is changed, neutral, reference point) for comparison. Also write the list of materials needed. = Step 6. Results = A series of experiments, when one variable is changed at a time, can yield results that can give an idea as to how one variable affects the others. Process the raw data into charts, calculations and/or graphs to come up with the experiment results. Summarize what happened and identify the trends in the experiment. = Step 7. Conclusion = Answer the original question based on the experiment's trends and your own observations to find out if the project hypothesis is correct. For a more advanced guide, check out EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE PROJECTS: An Intermediate Level Guide. Meanwhile, for more information on research paper writing and possible topics, goodessaytopics.com is a good resource website. A detailed list of research paper specifications can be found in statpac.com. Hopefully, by the end of the investigatory project, be it in the field of science or philosophy or arts, your students can gain valuable knowledge from the research and experiments.
why investigatory project is important? To provide students practical experience in using the scientific method and help stimulate their interest in… scientific inquiry.
- Malunggay Disinfectant - Malunggay as Regualar Cooking Oil - Malunggay as Cleaning Agent - Malunggay as Ointment - Malunggay as Shampoo - Malunggay as Herbal Tea … - Malunggay as Rice Coffee there are many possible investigatory projects.
An investigatory project is: a planned undertaking in a particular field of science. an undertaking which applies certain specific principles / scientific ideas. a reseach ac…tivity which aims to develope one's ability and determine possible solutions to a particular problem .
Investigatory projects related to chemistry can include experiments using chromatography, which can be done with liquids or gases. Another would be to run experiments on h…ow the chemical composition of household items change in varying temperatures.
There are two ways to make an eggshell fertilizer. You can simply dry out and crush the eggshells and then bury them in the dirt around your plant (a few eggshells is all you… need). Alternatively, you can boil eggshells in water, let them steep for about 8 hours, and then use the calcium-enriched water to water your plants.
Remove hard returns, delete this comment, and resubmit. Investigatory projects involves lot of in depth analysis of the given process. Examples of the Investigatory Projec…ts:1.How Engine works in a Automobile?2.How an airplane fly?3.How telecommunications are taking place( Internet, Phone)?
1.collection of project. 2.designing and building an apparatus equipment or model. 3.developing a process for testing products. 4.improving / developing a new product or… new use for an existing product. 5.finding new ways / improved ways to do something. 6.describing material phenomenon. 7.demonstrating a scientific principles in action or in absract principles in concrete terms. 8.science in everyday life. 9.survey studies
s.i.p. is an invention and you should use yiur skills in doing it...
you can investigate which natural materials, eg used tea leaves, fruit peels.. makes an excellent plant fertilizer
Herbal Mosquito Repellent A mosquito repellent lotion from the leaves of atis (sweet sop) was invented by the Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (PCHRD). …PCHRD is one of the five sectoral councils of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), according to them, the atis lotion mosquito repellent was created using the extracts of atis leaves mixed with other locally accessible materials. According to PCHRD, the atis lotion is made of 10.125 percent mineral oil, 1.02 percent sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, nine percent propylene glycol, 0.22 percent methyl paraben, 0.135 percent propyl paraben, 70 percent water, and 10 percent plant extract. Atis leaves, unripe fruit, and the seeds of atis (Anona squamosa) contain vermicidal and insecticidal properties. It is an inexpensive alternative in avoiding mosquito-borne diseases like dengue, malaria, and filariasis.
You could make analytically graphs of population behaviors as a good investigatory project about ecology. You could make this both informative and creative.
Your title depends on your investigatory project
There is no such thing as The Most Unique IP cause as we all know Science is not just based on one study, it is everything around us! I tell you, the most unique IP that one c…an ever find isn't found on the net, it is found on the brain! If you just simply research on the net, yes, there are some cool IPs out there, but not as cool as the product of your mind! Believe in your own capacity and never give up! However, to supplement your question, I can give you some ideas and suggestions: *think of something unique and interesting, in this way you can let your viewers, teachers, and classmates dig in your IP! *don't just think on explaining phenomenons especially on the not so hard ones, cause for sure, theres already an answer for that given by scientists. Note: we conduct an IP to know what we don't know, not to know what we already know! *always think of the near impossible ideas cause from this theres a better and more agreeable idea that comes out from your head. *when you make an IP you must always consider the effects, or simply the benefits of the people around us can get. Always look for an implication! *don't just stuck yourself up in one main study (e.g. physics, biology, lepidopterology), look around you and scrutinize even the simplest of things, and from there, theres a unique idea that would eventually come out! *think on IPs that would solve common, social and ecological issues. always be open and always look for an answer, because there would never be formulation of problems, when there would be no conclusion for solutions! good luck and always keep your feet on the ground! -Donn Gerard L. Ouano USJ-R 1-St.Joseph ; )
Some topics for investigatory project for biology are: - Food adulteration - Pollen grain germination in different flowers - Blood group test
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