Reflection: Joy Preparing For Research Presentations - Section 3: Independent Work: Creating Questions For Presentation


I am really hoping that students are excited for this presentation. This is one day that I really look forward to and I hope that my students are as well. Many of them are as they have since this done in past years so they want to present their work as well. I hope they can find the joy and satisfaction not just in working hard on their writing but also in presenting it. Many times students' writing does not go past the eyes of a teacher so the fact that they can present their writing to their peers, the school community, friends, and family means so much that I hope they realize why it's important to write for an audience.

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Preparing For Research Presentations

Unit 7: Research Paper: Influential Lives Part III
Lesson 12 of 14

Objective: SWBAT learn the basics of gathering sources to present their research papers.

Big Idea: Artifacts? Check. Research Paper? Check. Costume? Check.

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