Stanley applies the same user-friendly format that made her popular guide to teaching the six steps of the research process to high school students such a success. In this new volume geared toward middle school students, field-tested lessons, anecdotes, reproducible charts and templates, and research ideas all work together to transform the research process into bite-size steps that are both adaptable to various teaching styles and not overwhelming for students. By applying Stanley's methods you'll be pursuing education reforms including integrating technology, improving information literacy, teaching critical thinking, modeling collaborative instruction, and adapting research for second language learners and learning disabled students.They had an aeasya topic, fewer general subtopics, fewer and easily read sources . ... stage the LMT and teacher decided that students should try to locate two notes for each of the three subtopics in each source. ... Therefore, these sheets were pre-formatted for books, references, CD-ROMS, and the Internet so students had a choice of ... \a#39;aa#39; .p, Prob] Solving Technology Proficiency ~ Literacy N otetaking (Reference) Encyclopedia: MLA-Style Citation AUTHORaS NAME (last, first, .
|Title||:||Practical Steps to the Research Process for Middle School|
|Author||:||Deborah B. Stanley|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2001-01-15|