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4. Draw a Scientific Diagram Wrap-Up

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In this lesson, you created a scientific diagram  to visually represent the parts of an object.

You learned that in a scientific diagram, what’s most important is showing the information  accurately to communicate the concept clearly.

When you do this, an accurately-drawn diagram  can be just as effective in illustrating a topic as a written description.

In this lesson, you...

...titled your drawing...

...drew shapes to highlight the  main parts of your object...

...made sure that the parts of the object  were drawn in proportion to each other...

...made the background transparent  to make each part clear...

...and the borders of some parts  thicker to emphasize them...

...labeled the important parts of your diagram...

...formatted the text...

...and added a note at the  bottom as a scale reference.

Now that you know how to create a  scientific diagram about one topic, you can use what you learned to  create diagrams for other topics.

The possibilities are endless.

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