Show Your Stuff
One of the following activities
can show what you have learned in your investigation.
- ORAL PRESENTATION
- If possible do your presentation via the computer.
Using your browser (netscape, explorer, etc.....) you can save copies of
everything you saw on your screen, including: text, diagrams, search engine
lists and so on. Once these are saved you can organize them in the order
you wish to display them in your presentation. They, then, can be displayed
through a computer interface with a TV, a projector or an LCD device that
you lay on your overhead.
- An intriguing presentation could include a
demonstration of an actual search in response to the audience's scientific
inquiry using hotlists, search engines and directories to arrive at an
- If you are not fortunate to have this technology
you are able still to present graphicly the ideas you have learned through
your search. This may be done in an oral prestation to the class using
traditional visual aids or privately to the teacher using your Web search
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