Results show a summary of the data you recorded.
*Include specific data points that you think are significant.
*Discuss any trends you notice in your data.
*DO NOT explain why you think it WHY it happened that way, only WHAT you noticed.
An interpretation/analysis of the observations/results of the experimental procedure.
*States whether the hypothesis was or was not supported.
*Answers the question, "What was learned?"
*The results should be interpreted and justified, but should not be stated as proof.
*May contain a statement about further exploration.
From "Overview of Scientific Method for YCSEE-Teaching Training-version 2" at: