Question: When a glass filled with liquid is "sweating," where do the drops of water on the outside of the glass come from?
Your task is to design and carry out an experiment using all of these items to test your hypothesis about where the drops of water you see on the outside of the glass come from.
On your mark, get set, go!
Write these steps on your Lab Sheet in "Steps Of Your Experiment."
Record your observations in the section "Observations" on your Lab Sheet.
Follow the instructions for "Hypothesis Revisited" on your Lab Sheet.
Then answer the question "Why did you change (or not change) your hypothesis?"
Let's Talk About It!
Your group's task now is to share your experiment and your findings with the other groups in an open all-class discussion.
You will also present your hypothesis (where the drops of water come from).
Different groups may have come to different conclusions. It is important to listen carefully as each group shares its' information and to re-think your own findings.
After the class discussion, you and your group may want to redo your experiment. When you feel ready, you will:
Write your Concluding Hypothesis on the Lab Sheet.