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CRHS_Youth Issues Teacher for a Day_Scalia: Home

A resource for students in Ms. Scalia's Youth Issues class who are working on the "Teacher for a Day" group project

Project Information

Research Project Tasks

After you have formed a group, selected a topic, and divided responsibilities....

  1. Research your topic (See "Books and eBooks," "Research Databases" and/or "Websites")
    • What is the "issue"?
    • Why is it important?
    • How does it impact lives?
    • Find facts and statistics that frame the scope of the issue
    • Find examples and case studies to illustrate the issue
  2. Create an outline of your information
  3. Create a List of sources (See "Citing Your Sources (APA)")
  4. Compile and organize your information
  5. Create a presentation file (i.e., Google Presentation or PowerPoint)
  6. With your group, present the information to your class

Use the tabs at the top of the screen to access helpful information for your project!