Thursday, 4 July 2013

Citation Exercise

Japan quake: Loss and recovery in numbers. (2012, March 11) Retrieved from
(''Japan quake: Loss,'' 2012)

Siddiqi, Z.A. (n.d.). Bracing systems. Retrieved from


Kobe earthquake in 1995. (2011, March 17). Retrieved from
('Kobe earthquake in 1995,'' 2011)

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Research Questions

How is the concentration of vitamin C different in the different types of orange juice?
How do the different types of enzymes affect the amount of biofuel produced from plants?
How is the stability of the building affected by different factors?

Monday, 1 July 2013


What is Science?
Science is a systematic approach for observing, researching and studying everything around you to discover more about them.

What is the Scientific Method?
The scientific method is a procedure for investigating different things to find a conclusion and acquire new knowledge or solve a problem.
The scientific method:
1. Ask a question.
2. Do some background research about the topic.
3. Form a carefully-constructed hypothesis based on the information collected.
4. Test the hypothesis with an experiment.
5. Analayse the data collected from the experiment. Make comparisons and draw conclusion. If the hypothesis is false or partially true, repeat again from step 3. If the hypothesis is true, continue to step 6.
6. Report the results and conclusion of the investigation.