1 Organize from multiple sources
2 Present the information
This step is all about deciding what you are going to do with the information you found. Are you going to write a paper, make a PowerPoint, create a webquest, make a poster, OR MAKE OR INVENT something? This is the time you need to think about what it is you are trying to say and the best way to get it across. This is definitely a skill that will help you in life. You probably already do this without thinking every time to wait until your mom or dad are in a good mood to ask for something. Am I right? Sometimes it's all about having the information and presenting it in the right way.
5.1 Organize information from multiple sources
Decide how you will put together the notes you took and ideas that you will add. You may:
5.2 Present the information
If your teacher assigns the product:
Add value to the product by including your ideas along with the information you found in books, web sites, and other sources. Make sure that your final product or paper is more than just a summary of what you found in the other sources.
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