Mix your students' creative and research skills with this Biomes of the World Student Centered Unit Project
. This culminating project of the study of the Biomes is an opportunity for students to dig deep into their personal interests within and to make personal connections to their study of Biomes.
Students can be introduced to the project at any time during your unit study, although my experience suggests that it should be introduced after at least 5 other lessons related to Biomes. In this project, students are given 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:
- Project Guidelines
- Project research organizer
- Peer-to-Peer Feedback for presentations
- Rubric for teacher
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