The introduction is broken up by the hypothesis. While this works for your experiment, I am not sure if this is "allowed." I do like, however, the intro is subtitled and thus, one can easily detect therelevance of each section of the intro to the experiment.
The metods section of this proposal is skimp. While it gives a general idea of how the experiment(s) will be carried out, not much detail is given and no direct consideration is given to the sample in the methods section. Also significant, is the lack of attention given to the replicates. The data sheet is minimal, but chieves its purpose.
I did not fina a results section.
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I like how you propose to do a replication of the experiment and then compare the class results to your actuall experimental results. For this to work adequate attention must be given to the process of the eperiment and the hypotheis, as claimed, must remain the same, however a survey caould be taken of how studentds feel the squirells will react. Basically, gaps need to be clossed. Ideas of the squirels reactions need to be catagoized, or a mutliple response question should begiven out, to, say, keep me from predicting an outlandish reult likee, 'when the squirel sees me coming it will run into my arms and hug me'.
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