Learn how primary sources can help improve your research projects.
Learn how to design, carry out, and present the results of a science project. Students will use relevant prior knowledge of scientific experiments to present their ideas in a new way. The domain-specific vocabulary helps students grow deeper in their understanding of how to carry out experiments effectively.
Learn how to review other people's work and provide constructive advice with these fun activities. Students will practice giving tactful critiques, a foundational skill that will benefit them both academically and personally. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.
Learn how to perform research using video sources with these fun activities. Using their relevant prior knowledge of how to find video clips, students will learn how to use videos as effective research tools. With tips that are relevant across multiple academic disciplines, this book encourages students to incorporate visual elements into their project research, rather than only text-based sources.Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.
So many words, so little time! This exciting new title from Cherry Lake publishing helps students understand and harness the power of print and electronic dictionaries.
Designed to educate young readers on how to use an atlas. Includes information explaining various types as well as parts of atlases, including layout, keys, table of contents and index.
Learn how to collect information from books and other sources by taking notes. Students will learn organizational techniques that act as foundational skills for all present and future areas of study.