40 lessons, 67 reproducible handouts
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A firm foundation in doing research and making reports through hands-on work
Students are given a firm foundation in doing research and making reports through hands-on work in individual and small-group projects. Preliminary activities acquaint them with the need for information literacy; other lessons develop library research skills and scholastic report styles (both MLA and APA). Culminating project ideas span the curriculum (examples: “It’s Your Health,” “Historical What If’s,” “Invention Grab Bag,” “What’s Up? Focus on Current Events,” and “Pop Music on Parade.” Grades 9–12. Spiralbound. 8½” x 11″. Center for Learning. 211 pages. ©2000.
8½" x 11"
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