2. Computer lab for research topic exploration
-Pick up portfolios from back of room.
1. Present artifacts
2. Set up portfolios
3. Discuss work values
4. Brainstorm 6 more research ideas
HW: Explore topics online- for each of the ideas you have listed explore relationships online to identify your strongest topics. The links below are not your only resources, but good starting places.
Explore Topic Ideas at the following links:
a. Science and Some Social Science Topics
b. Social Science Topics
c. Behavioral Research Ideas
Hand in Origin Stories and syllabus signatures to red bucket, pick up notebooks at back of room
1. I wonder
2. Share artifacts/orgin stories (7-10)
3. Discuss work values
HW: Make portfolio covers and portfolio spines.
Binder Covers- MAKE THEM COLORFUL
At least 5 images/drawings that represent you
At least 2 images/drawings related to your potential topics
At least 3 words that describe you
Take up whole sheet the same size as the spine (a little less than 2 inch)
Typed and Printed in Large, bold, font that is easy to read
Pick up 2 sheets by mailboxes.
1. Reflection discussion
2. Interest inventory
3. Origin Story
HW: Printed origin story, artifact, supplies, and syllabus signature due Tuesday 8/8 (A) and Wednesday 8/9 (B)
1. Finish notebook setup if needed
2. Textbooks (A only)
3. Multiple intelligences inventory
4. Multiple intelligences reflection- should be handwritten in your logbook and at least 2 pages. Be thoughtful. Use complete sentences.
1. Describe where you thought your intelligences would be strong.
2. Describe where the inventory actually placed you.
3. Were there any surprises?
4. How will this influence your research?
5. How will knowing your strong intelligences help you as a student and a researcher?
6. Use your intelligences to brainstorm at least three research topics.
HW: Finish reflection, supplies and syllabus signature due Tuesday 8/8 (A) and Wednesday 8/9 (B)
Poster and PowerPoint drafts due today.
1. Peer edit posters
2. Peer edit PowerPoints (sample PowerPoint below- posted as a PDF for file size only)
Due Thursday 4/20 (A) and Friday 4/21 (B):
-First draft of PowerPoint (digital copy only- PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL)
-Poster board: cannot be white, must be the large tri-fold poster (48 x 26 inches- see photo below)
-PRINTED parts of your board prepared to layout on your board, the more you bring the better your feedback
PowerPoint and Poster Work Session (rubrics below)- additional PowerPoint guidelines courtesy of Mrs. Tippens:
Final Papers Due Today
1. Pick up rubric by mailboxes
2. Take out final paper and drafts
3. Place in this order: Final paper on top, 2nd draft middle, 1st draft bottom
4. Place rubric on top of everything- write your name on the rubric
5. While you wait to be called for submission in paper order- highlight your sources the way we have done in the past.
Presentation work day
1. Final paper peer editing round 2
2. Final paper work session- Draft 2 due Wednesday (A)/Thursday (B)- bring printed copy of new draft and your first draft
FINAL paper due Friday 4/14 (A) and Monday 4/17 (B)
Final paper work session. See sample.
First draft of final paper, printed due Tuesday 3/28 (A), Wednesday 3/29 (B)
Advanced Scientific Research
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