AP Research Project
A Contemporary International News Event
STEP ONE - CHOOSING A TOPIC & POSTING A RESEARCH QUESTION
Prior to beginning the research for the essay component of the research project, you will be asked to post a research question using Google classroom.
The details of when, where, and how to post will be discussed at a later date, so there is no advantage to attempting to post early. However, you may begin thinking about a current (SPRING 2018 or after), international issue that you find interesting by reading and watching the news.
Posting Research Questions with Google Classroom
Please post your research question in Google classroom when Mr. Phillips requests it and be sure to look at the posts of your peers to avoid duplicate questions/topics. There will be a window of time to post your question to receive credit. Be sure to keep track of when your question must be posted.
STEP TWO - TO COMPOSE A RESEARCH ESSAY AND CONSTRUCT A WEBSITE
C. TO CONSTRUCT A WEBSITE...
Here is a web-based description of the assignment, which you should create with Weebly. The samples below present exceptional examples of final projects. The completed website is due a few weeks after the due date of the research essay.
MLA (Modern Language Association) Links
Research Project Handouts and Resources
SAS Curriculum Pathways: Composition Assistance
The LRHS & SAS User Name is PRIDE
However, these school-wide legacy accounts are being phased out, so if you the above directions do not work, let me know.
We will adjust so that we can continue using this great resource.
Pecha Kucha 20X20 Talks
(20 images X 20 seconds per image) -
Though a bit longer than your brief talk, these talks are very effective as a means to share your ideas with audiences, and many universities now require them. It is like a brief TED talk.
For recording and sharing audio files consider Clyp