-1 point: You did not submit a lab write-up.
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You can use this outline as a template for of your labs that you will submit this quarter. You will be graded on the quality and correctness of your lab write-up in addition to the lab itself.
Each lab writeup should be composed of two elements
12 points: EXCELLENT -Not only is the lab write-up complete, readable, succinct, and to the point, but also it goes above and beyond the basic meaning of the lab and tells the reader how the lab relates to general concepts. The student has gained insight through doing the lab, and effectively communicates the insight to the reader.
Follow this PostLab guide for writing your lab report. A good strategy is to open a word processing file alongside this page and write the report following the directions step by step. Or you can print out all the instructions. Follow the LabWrite process, beginning with writing Methods and finishing with writing the title and references. Then when you've finished, you can rearrange the sections of your report in the proper order for turning it in. To get started, click on the tabs on the left, starting with Methods.
The Tutor is a unique application that allows students to do their PreLab, InLab, PostLab, and LabCheck online. Students using the LabWrite Self-Guides typically must pull up a word processing program, such a Microsoft Word, and switch back and forth from it to the instructional materials of the Self-Guides. However, students working in the Tutor have access to all the help available in the Self-Guides without leaving the LabWrite environment. Directions: Click on the green button for (1) the type of lab you are doing (ask your lab instructor if you don't know) and (2) the LabWrite mode you will use to write the report.The Tutor requires a log-in for access. Go to any LabWrite stage home page and click on Tutor to log in and try it out. Most students can use the Tutor effectively with a little exploration, but it may be helpful to direct students to , which has material about the Tutor, as well as the frequently asked questions they can access from the the Help button on the Tutor and on the LabWrite home page.Students can work through all LabWrite stages in the Tutor--PreLab, InLab, PostLab, and LabCheck. The responses are collected in separate sections for each LabWrite stage. Students can revise their drafts online following the LabChecklist.10 points: GOOD - The lab write-up is complete, readable, succinct, and to the point. The student has effectively communicated his or her work on the lab to the reader, and has gone one step beyond that by creating a link between lab, lecture, homework, and the real world.