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BRAINstorming

 

1.  Think Big....

  •    Scan your textbook for broad topic ideas.
  •    Peruse current magazines and newspapers to see what catches your eye.
  •    Browse print and electronic encyclopedias.
  •    Look at "hot topic" databases, such as Opposing Viewpoints, which feature articles on current events and controversial issues.
  •    Discuss potential topics with your teacher, a librarian or a classmate 

2.  Make it Personal...

  • Choose a topic that interests you and will hold your attention. If you do, the research will be more enjoyable!
 
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