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CMS science students practice graphing

Campbellsville Middle School science students recently practiced graphing.

 

In Amy Knifley’s integrated science class, students are learning about dependent and independent variables.

 

As a group project, students were given a scientific scenario, complete with experimental data.

 

In the scenario, students were asked to identify the dependent and independent variables and then make a graph to demonstrate the results of the experiment.

 

Students had to work together to determine which variables should be placed on the X axis, and which go on the Y axis.

 

When finished, students created their graphs on large pieces of paper, using markers and colored pencils.

 

From left, CMS eighth-graders C.J. Adams, Kaine Terry, Hayley Wethington and Chloe Anderson work on their graph.

From left, CMS eighth-graders C.J. Adams, Kaine Terry, Hayley Wethington and Chloe Anderson work on their graph.

 

CMS eighth-graders Xierra Underwood, at left, and Kitana Taylor talk to teacher Amy Knifley about their graph.

CMS eighth-graders Xierra Underwood, at left, and Kitana Taylor talk to teacher Amy Knifley about their graph.

 

From left, CMS eighth-graders Kaine Terry, Hayley Wethington, Chloe Anderson and C.J. Adams create their graph.

From left, CMS eighth-graders Kaine Terry, Hayley Wethington, Chloe Anderson and C.J. Adams create their graph.

 

CMS eighth-graders Xierra Underwood, at left, and Kitana Taylor make their graph.

CMS eighth-graders Xierra Underwood, at left, and Kitana Taylor make their graph.

 

CMS eighth-graders, from left, Adin Hunt, Isabella Vannice and Takyia Cox work on their graph.

CMS eighth-graders, from left, Adin Hunt, Isabella Vannice and Takyia Cox work on their graph.

 

CMS eighth-graders Xierra Underwood, at left, and Kitana Taylor create their graph.

CMS eighth-graders Xierra Underwood, at left, and Kitana Taylor create their graph.





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