Researching Countries with a Partner – Brake down everything there is to know about a country of your choice.
Planning Your Research – Pick a topic and then pick the topic apart piece by piece.
Investigate A Topic! – You can also use scrap paper for your brainstorms.
Finding Useful Sources – Which sources should you use and see as helpful?
Identifying Reference Materials – We look at encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauruses, atlases, and almanacs.
Venturing into Research – Choose from 6 topics and then research away!
Research for Beginners – Write three complete sentences to summarize what you have learned about your topic.
Sharing Your Research With Others – Decide how you will present this topic to your class.
Animal Research – Choose your favorite wild animal.
Planet Research – Choose a planet from our solar system that you would like to learn more about. Find a resource about this planet.
The State of Research – Choose one of the fifty states that you would like to learn more about. Find a resource about this state.
Reference Materials Review – Next to each reference book below, write two examples of the information that you would find in the book.
Questioning Your Sources – Your teacher has asked you to do a report on a city you would like to visit.
Resource Questionnaire – Your teacher has asked you to do a report on an animal that you would like to have as a class pet.
Organizing Sources – Use this sheet to organize your sources before writing your report.
Organizing Information – Use this chart as an outline for your final report!