Infographics are a fun way for your students to analyze and display primary research.
Students gather data through interviews and then use their data to create an original infographic.
This resource includes:
• analysis of an infographic
• comparison/contrast of primary and secondary research
• graphic organizer idea generator
• data collection form
• sample for student reference
• analysis questions for student data
• mock up template
• answer key
Reasons to ♥ this resource:
♥ Ready to use -- print and teach!
♥ Gets students comfortable with conducting interviews that provide primary research
♥ Tap into those analytical and inference skills using real-life examples
♥ Creative and fun!
♥ Great bulletin board display
Super fun way to start the year -- students will get to know their peers! Creative project!
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