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Mini Research Projects with QR Codes

Mini Research Projects with QR Codes
Mini Research Projects with QR Codes
Mini Research Projects with QR Codes
Mini Research Projects with QR Codes
Mini Research Projects with QR Codes
Mini Research Projects with QR Codes
Mini Research Projects with QR Codes
Mini Research Projects with QR Codes
Product Description
This has been updated and all QR Codes are working as of 7/2014

This unit was created to expose students to various types of informative text on the Internet, read and analyze text, write about their findings in the form of a mini research book project, and reflect upon certain situations. This material is aligned to CCSS for Reading Informational Text and Writing.

Students read and interact with text by scanning a QR Code and create a mini book on their topic based upon the information that they read and found. There are various topics such as animals, natural features of the Earth, places, people, and things. I created this for my 5th grade students, but it would also be appropriate for 6th and 7th grade.

You will need a device such as an iPad with a scan app or app that reads QR codes. Included in this unit are the following items:

44 QR Codes on topics such as people, places, and animals from kid friendly sites.

Topics include...
Adelie Pengin
China
Anaconda
Egypt
Bald Eagle
Ghana
Beaver
Brazil
Black Rhinoceros
India
Blue Whale
U.S. of America
Brown Bear
Mexico
Tarantula
Italy
Poison Dart Frog
Norway
Indian Peafowl
Alluvial Fan
American Alligator
Aurora
Gray Wolf
Bayou
Australia
Butte
Canada
Caldera
Costa Rica
Canyon
Geyser
Glacier
Bathyscaphe
Renewable Energy
Compass
X Games
Queen Elizabeth I
Marie Curie
Galileo Galilei
Nelson Mandela
John F. Kennedy
Mohandas Gandhi
Susan B. Anthony
Sacagawea

10 question sheets that vary and can be folded into a book to create a mini research project.

1 cover page for the book.

Directions on how to fold and create the books with photos.

List of Internet Sources along with topic.

Suggestions for use.

4 point grading rubric based upon the work of Marzano.

Technology...My students have iPads and we use the app called Scan to read qr codes.

I hope this helps you!
This is for single classroom use only and all copyrights belong to NLarocca2013.

Total Pages
30 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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