Science Fair

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Number of Semesters

1 Semester

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Amy Eversole


Students need to be able to read and write.

Required Materials

"Students will need to purchase some sort of a display board for their final project. Students will need to provide whatever supplies are required for their science fair project (varies depending on what project the student chooses) and board (markers, construction paper, etc).

The teacher will provide a science fair journal to use for class. The teacher will also provide links to assignment pages no later than registration day, which should be printed out for each student and placed in a binder/portfolio/etc.

For each class, students should bring their journal, their assignment pages, and any papers relevant to their science fair project, and pen or pencil."

Homework Required - 30 minutes per week

Public Speaking/Performance

Homework Required - 30 minutes per week

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About the course

Learn all the steps to create a successful science fair entry! During the first half of the semester, students will learn about the scientific method in class, while completing assignments at home to brainstorm and research potential science fair projects. During the last half of the semester, students will work on their chosen project at home while creating the elements for the final science fair display board in class.

At the end of semester, students will have the opportunity to present their projects to a small panel of ""judges"" and/or display their boards for others to view. (Details yet to be finalized.) Students who are interested can enter their project in the Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair held each spring. (