Our research paper process guides students using a system with a seven-part structure.
In the first part, rather than simply asking students to choose a topic, we ask them to start with a topic of interest, narrow it down to possible subtopics, choose a subtopic, and develop an open-ended historical question to guide their research.
Materials and resources: math books, colored pencils, paper, fraction cards, online program Subtracting Fractions with Different Denominators.
Pre-activity: the students review how to find the lowest common dominator and subtracting fraction with the same dominator.
Environmental science involves the study of interactions between physical, biological and chemical aspects of the environment.
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It provides an interdisciplinary and integrated approach while also taking a quantitative approach for investigating environmental systems.
Materials and resources: math books, pencil, paper, colored markers, fraction cards for the game and testing, online program to practice multiplying fractions.
Pre-activities: The students review the definitions of the terms: numerators and denominator. Lesson Plan VI Topic: Division of Fractions Grade level: 5 Objectives: the group of students will be taught how to divide fractions.
We have developed a comprehensive process with clear steps that walk the students through the creation of a research paper.
The first step is for students to create a context-based historical question, giving their research a solid foundation and focus.