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We would like to do a survey research project on student knowledge about endangered and extinct animals. Our hypothesis states that the majority of the responses to the factual questions on the questionnaire will be correct.
Difficulty: Middle school
This particular activity was designed to provide students with an opportunity to utilize their knowledge of measurement in making accurate measurements and estimations.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Think of all the wonderful sensations taste can impart to us - the delicious Thanksgiving turkey and gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie! Coffee, chocolate, lush strawberries - the list goes on and on! Receptors on our tongues bind to chemicals in our food and relay the information about the chemicals to our brain. Surprisingly, all those wonderful tastes are transmitted to our
Difficulty: Elementary school
We would like to do a survey research project on what students know and feel about extraterrestrial life. Our hypothesis states that the majority of responses to the factual questions on our questionnaire about extraterrestrial life will be answered correctly.
Difficulty: Middle school
We would like to do a survey research project on what students know and feel about prejudice. Our hypothesis states that the majority of the responses to the factual questions on our questionnaire about prejudice will be answered correctly.
Difficulty: Middle school
Does our sense of smell and sight affect how food tastes to us?
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this linguistics experiment is to determine if there is a connection between one's personality type and the physical gestures they make while expressing themselves.
Difficulty: High school
Of those teachers and parents who make a point of not punishing children, a significant proportion turn instead to the use of rewards. The ways in which rewards are used, as well as the values that are considered important, differ among (and within) cultures.
Difficulty: High school
Ever go someplace like the grocery store or the mall and noticed how people park? Some people feel a need to back into a parking space; some take up two parking spaces, and then there are those who park in handicapped spaces even though they do not qualify. In this experiment, you will conduct a survey on these parking behaviors and attempt to understand the thought processes of the drivers.
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Could the habitual vocabulary that we use affect the intensity of our emotions? Could simply changing our vocabulary create a shift in how we feel? There is science behind this idea, that vocabulary may be cause a conditioned response in how we respond to a situation. In this experiment, you will test out this theory.
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