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Students conduct research with the purpose of writing a report about the Titanic. They use a variety of resources. The students produce a written document that has plenty of documented information. They also compare the information that is found in fiction and nonfiction resources.
Students chose a special topic of interest. They check the card catalog to see how many books are available in the school library on the chosen topic and lists them alphabetically. They take the list to the library and check the card catalog to see which of the titles are available. They can check out one of the books for the class.
Students research, discuss and write reports on the relationship between climate and agriculture. They pretend that they have just purchased farms in specific parts of the United States and investigate that region's weather and climate in order to maximize the chances that their farms succeed.
Students explore and analyze atmospheric conditions for a high mountain retreat. They examine the relationship between altitude, atmospheric pressure, temperature and humidity at a particular location. In addition, they write reports detailing their scientific conclusions.
Students discuss the multiple meanings of the terms republic and democracy. They write reports in which they compare and contrast the Roman system of government during the periods 510-264 B.C. with the system of government currently in practice at the national level in the United States. Students are explained that in the years leading up to the period they are examining.