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Need help with presentation. No idea for topic >< - January 19th 2016, 03:26 PM

God sorry I know I shouldn't be asking for topic suggestion here, I'm very sorry, but I'm going to have zero access to internet and labs until Sunday because of camp and I have to submit the outline of my presentation by the end of Monday while my schedule is so tight so I'm pretty much at my wit's end.

So I have an English project where I should present a procedural show (in a group) either about cooking or a science experiment and it should be around ten minutes. Anyone can suggest me what to do for it? Preferably a science experiment that uses easy and affordable materials that I can test at home but I'm fine with cooking too. Anything that crossed my mind either use expensive materials or need hours to finish.
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Re: Need help with presentation. No idea for topic >< - January 20th 2016, 02:46 PM

Hey there,

No need to apologise! I know what it's like to go without the internet and how stressful it is trying to get work done in advance.

The only thing that has come to my mind so far for a science experiment would be timing how long it takes for sugar to dissolve in cold/warm/hot water or comparing whether sugar, salt or other things can dissolve in water. I'm assuming that since it's an English project, the focus will be on how you present it, and whether your instructions are clear, so I wouldn't worry too much about the actual experiment.

Have you had the chance to talk to classmates or your teacher for ideas?

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Re: Need help with presentation. No idea for topic >< - January 26th 2016, 02:31 PM

Holly's idea is really good. An idea for cooking would be something as simple as boiling an egg (although that takes like three steps so maybe that's too short), or baking a simple cake. For science experiments, there are some pretty cool ones involving burning different materials, if you have access to your school science department and a bunsen burner.

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Re: Need help with presentation. No idea for topic >< - January 26th 2016, 05:20 PM

How about doing a social experiment that you can involve the class in? That's something that is free. Google ideas of what kind of social experiment you'd like to do.
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Re: Need help with presentation. No idea for topic >< - January 28th 2016, 11:08 AM

Hello again, sorry for leaving this thread like this, my schedule is very pathetic this week, but thanks for all your suggestions! I told my friends what Holly said (thank you Holly!) and we decided to make DIY lava lamps, yay

Harrison: I thought of doing it too! But it so happens that we already did an experiment of burning various salts in chemistry class a few days before so doing it will sound like copying :/ Well...

Everly: I asked my teacher about this and she said she wanted an actual experiment with concrete tools (she could be demanding sometimes, sigh) :/ And I guess I wouldn't ace in interactive shows anyway since I'm an awkward potato, lol xD But thanks for suggesting anyway
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