2001 Kitikmoet Regional Science Fair Judging Form
Investigations designed to test one or more hypotheses
A collection and analysis of data showing evidence of a correlation,
pattern or stiuation of scientific interest. Variables have been identified
Development and evaluation of models or innovative devices,
using techniques or approaches from the fields of technology, engineering
A: The Display
- Is the workmanship neat
and carefully done?
- Is the lettering neat and
- Is the display and layout
complete, logical and self-explanatory?
- Is the content clearly
- Is the display pleasing
to view and balanced?
- Does the display capture
- Does the display make good
use of colour and contrast?
- Do the display, table and
backboard all complement each other?
- Does the display have both
Innuinqtun, Inuktitut, and English?
- Are translations balnanced
B: The Report
- Does the Report
contain: Background, Purpose, Hypothesis (if applicable), Proeceudre,
Results, Conclusions and Acknowledgements?
- Is the report
well-written (free of grammar and spelling errors) and neatly typed?
- Does the report
accurately summarize the project?
C: Scientific Thought
How sophisticated, appropriate and well constructed is the apparatus?
How extensive is the data and number of trials?
Do the conclusions correlate well with the purpose?
Does the report include any discussion of experimental errors and possible
D: The Interview
- Was the student fluent, logical, poised, enthusiastic and confident?
E: Northern Applicability
- Does the topic
relate to the North
- Is the project
or approach unique?
- Were unique
- Overall impression?
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