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6th grade country report
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This is a sample outline.  Your outline will follow the information you put in your report. 

I.     Introduction                                                                                                                                 

II.    Geography
       A.  Location
       B.  Physical features
       C.  Climate
       D.  Vegetation
       E.  Animal life

III.   History
       A.  First inhabitants
       B.  Famous leaders
       C.  Major wars and revolutions

IV.   Government
       A.  Type of government
       B.  Choosing leaders
       C.  Past governments

V.    Economy
      A. Major industries
      B. Major agriculture
      C. Trade
         1. Exports
         2. Imports
      D. Currency (money)
      E.  Natural resources
      F.  Occupations

VI.  People
      A.  Statistics
          1. Population
          2. Ethnic groups
          3. Major religions
          4. Life expectancy
      B. Education
          1. Literacy rate
          2. Length of schooling
      C.  Foods
      D.  Clothing
      E.  Holidays and customs
          1. Celebrations
          2. Sports and recreation
      F. Arts and sciences

VII.   Conclusion
VII.   Map
VIII.  Time line
IX.    Flag
X.    Graph
XI.   Pictures
XII.  Bibliography (works cited)

  Map resources

Your Library Resource Center can provide you with an Atlas or you can use the following links.  You can print out a full sized map and use it to help you create your hand-drawn map.


Your timeline should include at least 6 important dates and events in your country's history.  You may add more!



Your flag should be hand-drawn.  It should be 8 1/2 by 11 inches.  If there is a very detailed section on your flag you may print it and paste it on your final map. 


Choose any statistical fact about your country.  You decide the best graph format to display the information (bar graph, circle graph, or other).  Look for data that has a wide range of numbers--it will make your graph more interesting.

  • Make a graph
    This link will help you find data for making a graph.

  Picture page

You may find and print pictures from any resource that represents your country.  I will copy two black and white pictures from a textbook for you if you let me know what you want.

  Works cited/ Bibliography

These links can help you put your bibliography into the correct format.


Cover Page

Your cover page is hand-drawn.  It is the last thing you will work on.  Put the name of your country clearly on the front cover.  Your name will be on the title page.  Draw anything that relates to your country (and is appropriate)!


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