Help with my summer homework PLEASE?
OK for my science homework it says I have to find an interesting article that could feed off testable science questions. This is what my guideline thing says:
Once an article of interest is found, write the following in the
composition book, using at least one fresh page for each article:
- Bibliographic information.
- Key terms and vocabulary (defined) from the article
- Summary of article (2-3 sentences)
- List of questions this article evokes. State into which ISEF category each
question would fit.
Example: Suppose you found an article discussing how carbon dioxide from
houseplants affects indoor air quality. You could generate several questions,
-How could plants be utilized in a space station to improve air quality?
-How do plants respond to increases in carbon dioxide levels? (Botony,
-How many plants per cubic foot of house space are required to significantly
improve air quality in a sealed home? (Engineering)
-What is the financial trade-off between air quality (and how many plants it
takes to obtain it) and housing cost (size of home)? (Mathematics)
-How do elevated carbon dioxide levels affect learning environments?
(Behavioral, Medicine and Health)
so I need some article that can feed off multiple science questions PLEASE HELP ALL YOU CAN even if you just give me some good science questions I can go find an article on it PLEASE HELP
- 1 decade agoBest Answer
omg u have summer homework too?
u have a lot to do. I suggest u go online or maybe look at the books about science for help. We at Y!A cant do ur homework for you...
Best of luck :]]
- Sean RobertsLv 71 decade ago
You might want to go to the library and get a couple of books on science fair projects. Find out what other students have done which you may be able to build on.
Just a thought.