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CHS students design science experiments

Campbellsville High School students recently designed their own science experiments, and then conducted them.

 

In Lauren Bennett’s class, AP biology students are studying how to write experiments.

 

She asked her students to write an experiment using a capsule critter, which will expand when placed in certain types of liquids.

 

Students designed their experiments using various liquids and other variables, including vinegar, bleach, water, soda, lemon juice, salt, rubbing alcohol and more.

 

Bennett asked her students to identify their dependent and independent variables, and to write detailed procedures for their experiment.

 

And, in the end, they were asked whether their hypothesis came true.

 

CHS sophomore David Silva pours water as he and his groupmates prepare for their experiment.

CHS sophomore David Silva pours water as he and his groupmates prepare for their experiment.

 

CHS sophomores Isabella Osborne, at left, and Tristin Lopez wait as their water boils.

CHS sophomores Isabella Osborne, at left, and Tristin Lopez wait as their water boils.

 

CHS sophomore Kaleigh Hunt checks the temperature of her group’s liquid.

CHS sophomore Kaleigh Hunt checks the temperature of her group’s liquid.

 

CHS sophomore Isabella Osborne checks the temperature of her group’s liquid as classmate Brandy Miller looks on.

CHS sophomore Isabella Osborne checks the temperature of her group’s liquid as classmate Brandy Miller looks on.

 

CHS sophomore Nathan Anderson, at left, and freshman Jastyn Shively wait for their liquid to boil.

CHS sophomore Nathan Anderson, at left, and freshman Jastyn Shively wait for their liquid to boil.

 

CHS sophomore Isabella Osborne removes her group’s capsule critter from their liquid.

CHS sophomore Isabella Osborne removes her group’s capsule critter from their liquid.

 

CHS sophomore Kaleigh Hunt and freshman Kameron Smith watch their capsule critters grow.

CHS sophomore Kaleigh Hunt and freshman Kameron Smith watch their capsule critters grow.





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