How to Perform an Experiment or Test
Give a detailed explanation of how you will conduct the experiment to test your hypothesis. This is called a procedure.
Be clear about the variables (elements of the experiment that to test your hypothesis) versus your controls (elements of the experiment that do not change).
Be very specific about how you will measure results to prove or disprove your hypothesis. You should include a regular timetable for measuring results or observing the projects (for example, every hour, every day, every week).