Age of Exploration: Student-Centered Unit Project
gives students a large selection of potential project topics and project formats. Students conduct research and analyze their topic. Students bring together information and analysis in a project that is presented in science fair style.
Included in this project guide are student handouts for:
30+ Project topics
16+ Project formats
Organizing Your Research
Also available as part of a Age of Exploration Teacher Resource Bundle
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