I sat down to grade them. After the first one, I cried. After the second one I cut myself. I got many strange looks while eating razors and drinking cow urine.
One 3-ring notebook or small steno notebook notecards Box or pencil bag to keep notecards in Five resources minimum Lessons: That is how I know these are passionate interests. Did the person talk more excitedly? Write in your journal how you decided that you have chosen a truly interesting topic to study.
In journal write what you already know about your topic and what you would like to know.
Begin searching for resources Use librarian to teach library research skills at your school Handout the Topic Commitment Form, pages one and two found at the end of this document Day 3: Continue teaching library research skills Begin collecting resources Day 4: Go to the public library and instruct students how to research there Continue collecting resources Five resources are due by Day 5 At this time some students my need to modify their original topic if they are unable to find enough resources.
Share with the class or in small groups the most interesting or exciting resources they found. Teach two-column note taking by having students fold a piece of paper and on one side write a quote or some interesting fact from a book and on the other side a personal response i.
Do you agree, disagree? Begin researching the information in the books and recording interesting information in their journals. Share this information with their partners Begin setting up an interview or a visitation for each student so that they have the opportunity to interview an expert in their field of study or get a first hand look at what they are studying Day 6: Continue reading for information Teach how to read for information Teach how to write a bibliography check with your school for the approved bibliography format.
With partners choose 3 — 5 categories into which students can divide their papers. Label notecards with the title of each category and choose a symbol or picture to represent that category and draw it on the card.
Teach how to write research notes on notecards. Each notecard should be labeled in the upper right hand corner with the symbol that represents which category the card belongs to. The middle of the card should contain a quote or the main idea from their research text.
On the bottom of the card write the name of the book and the page number this information came from. Students should have 15 to 20 notecards per category. Work on notecards Share your progress with your partner Day 9: Teach interviewing techniques perhaps a speech teacher in your school can help with this Work on notecards Day Work on notecards On a large sheet of poster paper draw pictures and use phrases to describe what you have learned so far.-SWBAT understand the process of writing a research paper -SWBAT understand what to include/exclude in the various sections of a research paper (introduction, method, results, discussion, references).
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Research Paper Lesson Plans. Day 1 - purpose for writing (i.e., to entertain, to inform, and to share experiences) Tell students they will be writing a short research paper during this unit.
Discuss the following. Ask the purpose of this type of writing. Plan your lesson in Research Writing and Practices with helpful tips from teachers like you.
The student will understand the expectations of him/her during the research paper writing process. Lesson: Introduction - Lesson 1.
Robin Daugherty King's Ridge Christian School, Ga . This lesson provides students a framework to begin writing a research paper. 1 At San José State University, “Human Understanding and Development” is area E of the General Education program.