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Students receive and read electronic reviews of their essays.
High schoolers develop final versions of their position papers and add them to the school's web pages for review and feedback.
Students submit rough drafts of position papers and post them on computer networks for review.
Students visit a number of web sites on immigration created by other Students, evaluate types of research used, structure of sites, and what types of information were included.
Students visit the student-created John Schick's Virtual Ellis Island Museum website. They evaluate the sorts of research the students carried out to create their site, how they structured the site, and what sort of information and graphics they included. They use it as a guide in creating a similar site.
Young scholars use the Internet resources provided and their own searches to select and investigate a holiday of interest to them. They present their findings to the rest of the class in a format of their choice.
Students use the internet to research a holiday of interest to them. After researching the holiday, they research the country, culture and group who celebrates it and why. They create a presentation to share their information with the class.
Students visit John Schick's Virtual Ellis Island Museum in order to complete research and evaluate how students created their site, how they structured the site, and what sort of information and graphics they included. This list is then used to guide the research and construction of their own site.
Learners study the State of the World's Children report. They research the State of the World's Children website and analyze the information. They create Power Point presentations and hypermedia reflecting the government policy and it's direct effect on children.
Young scholars explore Native Americans and early settlers in America. They research and identify information about Native Americans and compare/contrast the different characteristics of different tribes. Each student examines a variety of facets that were a part of their early life.
Seventh graders research about the characteristics and harmful effects of tobacco, alcohol and illegal drugs. In this health science instructional activity, 7th graders organize the information they found on the internet and create a PowerPoint presentation. They present their findings in class.