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Sample Note Cards for Website and Database

Topic  International Space Station- Improvements

Resource type  Database

Title of Resource  Space Station Gets a Robot and a Lab

Author  Chris Larson

Publisher/City  Today's Science, Facts on File News Services

Published Year  March 2008

URL\Datasase  http://www.2facts.com/article/s1600037

Date  10-6-2009

In March 2008 Japan added a lab to the ISS.  Two more portions

will be added in the future making this the largest lab on the ISS.  The

lab will be able to accommodate 10 experiments                               

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Topic  International Space Station- Orbit Information

Resource type Website

Title of Resource  International Space Station

Author  David Hitt

Publisher/City  NASA

Published Year  Updated April 2009

URL\Datasase  http://www.nasa/audience/forstudents/5-8/features/what-is-the-iss-58.html

Date  10-6-2009

ISS is the largest space craft in orbit around the Earth.  It orbits the

Earth every 90 mins.  Traveling at 17,500 mph.                             

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Phase 3

In phase 3 you will:

  1. Collect information
  2. Analyze information
  3. Evaluate information
  4. Organize information 

On the left are note card worksheets to help you with phase 3.

 

Sample Note Cards for Book and Encyclopedia

Topic  Japan

Resource type  book

Title of Resource  Welcome to Japan

Author  Costain, Merdith and Collins, Paul

Publisher/City  Chelsea House Publishers, New York

Published Year  2002

URL\Datasase  

Date  May 6, 2009

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Topic  International Space Station- History

Resource type  Encyclopedia

Title of Resource  International Space Station

Author  Britannica Elementary Encyclopedia

Publisher/City  Britannica Elementary Encyclopedia

Published Year  March 2008

URL\Datasase  Http://www.school.eb.com/elementary/art-68699

Date  10-6-2009

Built in sections, starting in 1998.  16 nations helped

build the ISS:  USA, Japan, Canada, Brazil and 11 European        

nations.                                                 ________            ____                     

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