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Home page for Mrs. Alger's MYP Year 2 Humanities class with emphasis on historical research steps.
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The Writing Process

THE WRITING PROCESS

STEP 1:  PREWRITING ~THINK 

STEP 2:  DRAFTING ~ WRITE 

STEP 3:  REVISING ~ MAKE IT BETTER 

STEP 4:  PROOFREADING ~ MAKE IT CORRECT 

STEP 5:  PUBLISHING ~ SHARE THE PRODUCT

Research Guide

Historical Research Project

 

Step 1:  Select your topic  

Step 2:  Develop your inquiry (research) questions using Bloom’s taxonomy.

             Create at least one question for each tier of Bloom’s taxonomy.  Refer to the Bloom’s

             graphic organizer to formulate tiered research questions reflective of your topic. 

Step 3:  Use the Inquiry Questions checklist to self-evaluate before submitting your

             questions for evaluation and approval. 

Step 4:  Use questions to direct library research using at least three different types of

              library resources (non-fiction print resources, encyclopedia, internet, etc.).  Record

              notes and citations using Note Card graphic organizer. Use the checklist to self-evaluate.

Step 5:  Transfer information from note cards into a Main Idea graphic organizer or outline  

             divided into three parts: Introduction, Body and Conclusion. 
             Use the checklist to self-evaluate.

Step 6:  Create a visual representation that includes the final copy form of your research:

             Portfolio cover – Project title, relevant picture or illustration, student name, class

             period, date of submission. Include specific project elements determined by teacher.

      

    The 6-TRAITS of Writing

    Ideas Word Choice
    Organization Sentence Fluency
    Voice Conventions

     
    This interactive table leads you through the questions you should ask yourself while incorporating the six traits of writing. 

    Originally published in Animal Abuse - Persuasive Essay by Brian Hughes.

        
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