Organize information from multiple sources
How will you put your findings together? You may make an outline,
write a draft, create storyboards, etc.
Your teacher may give you guidelines to how you may present your findings.
Make sure you follow your teacher's instructions. It may be an oral presentation,
power-point presentation or a written term paper. Remember that whatever
your final product be you should always cite your sources complying with
copyright laws and intellectual property rights.
When presenting concider the following:
- audience (e.g., classmates, President)
- objective of the project (e.g., inform, persuade, prove a hypothesis)
- type of information found (e.g., visual, statistical)
- sequence of findings (chronological, branching decisions, etc.)
Farmer, Lesley. Information Literacy for K-16 Settings. http://www.csulb.edu/~lfarmer/infolitwebstyle.htm#step3
Jansen, Barbara A. Big6™ - A Good Way to Get Started. http://www.big6.com/kidsshowarticle.php?id=134
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