Find out how a paper airplane works.
Create a model of a lighthouse.
Write a story about a Native American family.
Where can I find information on explorers?
Go ask Jeeves what to do.
Make sure you know exactly what the task is.
Go get a snack. It's going to be a long night.
Tell the librarian what your topic is and check your email while she finds your information.
Identify a few key words and phrases to use while researching.
Go get a snack.
Plan your research strategy (start thinking about where you will find your information).
Go on the Internet.
Use a good search engine.
Location & Access
Use of Information
Synthesis & Evaluation
Online Databases/Teacher Websites
All of the above
Copying and pasting large sections from websites and passing it off as your writing.
Reading the information you found, taking notes and citing your resources.
Evaluate the work already completed.
Your teacher will fail you if you don't do it.
You should always tell the readers where your information came from so they can tell if it is accurate and so they can find the source for further study.
It makes your report a page longer and every little bit helps.
Pulling all your information together and presenting it in a well-organized manner.
Making energy from sunlight.
Combining orders from more than one fast food place.
To print out your report.
Handing in your report not more than a week late.
Evaluating your work and the process you used.
You should evaluate your own work so you can make your final product better and so you will better understand what worked well and what you can do better next time.
The pizza delivery guy.