So, we went around the school and swabbed different parts for bacteria.and put our pee tree dishes in an incubator overnight. My groups pee tree dish didn't grow anything. So I used a different groups pee tree dish to record data.
A: What was the answer to your question?
My question was- where is the most bacteria in the school?
The answer is-the shelf.
It had the most growth on the pee tree dish.
I: Inaccuracies or errors-
Well, our group did not grow anything, I think it is because we didn't bring our pee tree dish with us when we swabbed, so I think it was because the air contaminated it.
They were circular and a whitish color.
U: What did you understand?
Well 1. The shelves are disgusting.
2. Bacteria grows in hot wet places.
3. Bacteria can be dangerous.
Y: To ask pertinent questions.-
If our bacteria did grow, where would the most bacteria be?
Would there be more bacteria on the gym door handle or the lunchroom door handle?
How much bacteria is on the gym window?
How clean is our school kitchen?