Engage students in critically thinking about communities that they belong to and creating research presentations that utilize research. Students will learn how to determine reliable sources, read academic journals, collect relevant research, and craft individualized research presentations.
In this project, students will identify a community they belong to, identify a problem within that community, then research solutions for that problem. Students will create research presentations that they can present to peers and/or community members!
Students are engaged in relevant topics of THEIR choosing!
Perfect for grades 10-12 in English classes or even Current Events courses. Wonderful for end-of-course or capstone projects.
Includes 38 pages of...
-Standards and objectives
-Model presentation for teacher
-Presentation structure for students
-Handouts for gathering research notecards, types of evidence, rhetorical appeals, understanding academic journal articles