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100 more research topic guides for students /
Dana McDougald.
imprint
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1999.
description
xiv, 223 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0313308527
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imprint
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1999.
isbn
0313308527
general note
Follow up to: 100 research topic guides for students / Barbara Wood Borne.
catalogue key
12990007
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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'œThis well-documented and well-organized volume will be of interest to students looking for subjects to investigate, media specialists, and classroom teachers.'' School Library Journal
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100 more topic guides to help students choose a report topic and easily locate print and non-print reference sources.
Long Description
A follow-up to Borne's successful 100 Research Topic Guides for Students, this guide provides reproducible outlines for 100 more report topics popular with high school students and teachers, in all basic subject areas. Each outline will facilitate basic reference searching and encourage the student to perform successful self-directed research with both print and non-print sources. Topics reflect new and traditional student assignments. The guide is organized into five sections: Fine Arts, Language Arts, and Foreign Languages; Math, Science, and Technology; History, Economics, and Political Science; Social Issues; and Biography. Each outline includes subject headings, call numbers for browsing in the stacks, print and nonprint reference sources, periodical indexes, internet sites, key words, videotapes, and organizations to contact. The outline also includes suggestions for narrowing topics that are too broad, and related topics to explore. A thorough general index helps users quickly access the topics they require, and a blank template is included for librarians to modify the topic guides for their particular library sources. It can also be used to create guides for additional topics, expanding its use to every level of each class in your high schoolthe ultimate tool for busy librarians and students alike.
Long Description
A follow-up to Borne's successful 100 Research Topic Guides for Students , this guide provides reproducible outlines for 100 more report topics popular with high school students and teachers, in all basic subject areas. Each outline will facilitate basic reference searching and encourage the student to perform successful self-directed research with both print and non-print sources. Topics reflect new and traditional student assignments. The guide is organized into five sections: Fine Arts, Language Arts, and Foreign Languages; Math, Science, and Technology; History, Economics, and Political Science; Social Issues; and Biography. Each outline includes subject headings, call numbers for browsing in the stacks, print and nonprint reference sources, periodical indexes, internet sites, key words, videotapes, and organizations to contact. The outline also includes suggestions for narrowing topics that are too broad, and related topics to explore. A thorough general index helps users quickly access the topics they require, and a blank template is included for librarians to modify the topic guides for their particular library sources. It can also be used to create guides for additional topics, expanding its use to every level of each class in your high schoolthe ultimate tool for busy librarians and students alike.
Long Description
A follow-up to Borne's successful 100 Research Topic Guides for Students, this guide provides reproducible outlines for 100 more report topics popular with high school students and teachers, in all basic subject areas. Each outline will facilitate basic reference searching and encourage the student to perform successful self-directed research with both print and non-print sources. Topics reflect new and traditional student assignments. The guide is organized into five sections: Fine Arts, Language Arts, and Foreign Languages; Math, Science, and Technology; History, Economics, and Political Science; Social Issues; and Biography. Each outline includes subject headings, call numbers for browsing in the stacks, print and nonprint reference sources, periodical indexes, internet sites, key words, videotapes, and organizations to contact. The outline also includes suggestions for narrowing topics that are too broad, and related topics to explore. A thorough general index helps users quickly access the topics they require, and a blank template is included for librarians to modify the topic guides for their particular library sources. It can also be used to create guides for additional topics, expanding its use to every level of each class in your high school--the ultimate tool for busy librarians and students alike.
Long Description
A follow-up to Borne's successful 100 Research Topic Guides for StudentS≪/i>, this guide provides reproducible outlines for 100 more report topics popular with high school students and teachers, in all basic subject areas. Each outline will facilitate basic reference searching and encourage the student to perform successful self-directed research with both print and non-print sources. Topics reflect new and traditional student assignments. The guide is organized into five sections: Fine Arts, Language Arts, and Foreign Languages; Math, Science, and Technology; History, Economics, and Political Science; Social Issues; and Biography. Each outline includes subject headings, call numbers for browsing in the stacks, print and nonprint reference sources, periodical indexes, internet sites, key words, videotapes, and organizations to contact. The outline also includes suggestions for narrowing topics that are too broad, and related topics to explore. A thorough general index helps users quickly access the topics they require, and a blank template is included for librarians to modify the topic guides for their particular library sources. It can also be used to create guides for additional topics, expanding its use to every level of each class in your high schoolthe ultimate tool for busy librarians and students alike.
Table of Contents
Introductionp. ix
Fine Arts, Language Arts, and Foreign Languagesp. 1
Architecturep. 2
Arthurian Legendsp. 4
Bonsaip. 6
Countries of the Worldp. 8
Creation Mythsp. 10
Fairy Talesp. 12
Globe Theatrep. 14
Harlem Renaissancep. 16
Kabukip. 18
Literary Prizesp. 20
The Odyssey of Homerp. 22
Oral Tradition in Literaturep. 24
Pictorial Symbolismp. 26
Puppetryp. 28
Reading Codes for the Blindp. 30
Renaissance Artp. 32
Rock and Roll, History ofp. 34
Utopiasp. 36
William Shakespeare, Life and Timesp. 38
Math, Science, and Technologyp. 41
Air Pollutionp. 42
Bacteriap. 44
Cometsp. 46
Computers, Development and History ofp. 48
Diseasesp. 50
Dolphinsp. 52
El Niñop. 54
Elements, Chemicalp. 56
Flightp. 58
Hormonesp. 60
Invertebratesp. 62
Lasersp. 64
Nuclear Energyp. 66
Nutritionp. 68
Parasitesp. 70
Roboticsp. 72
Science, Technology, and Societyp. 74
Solar Systemp. 76
Space Explorationp. 78
Wildlife Conservationp. 80
Social Studies: History, Economics, and Political Sciencep. 83
Amendments to the Constitution/ Bill of Rightsp. 84
Careersp. 86
Corporationsp. 88
French Revolutionp. 90
Great Depressionp. 92
Greece, Ancientp. 94
Indian Removalp. 96
Industrial Revolutionp. 98
Labor Movement in Americap. 100
Lewis and Clark Expeditionp. 102
The Middle Agesp. 104
Migrant Workers in Americap. 106
National Parksp. 108
NATO (north Atlantic Treaty Organization)p. 110
Prehistoric Manp. 112
Reconstruction Periodp. 114
Rome, Ancientp. 116
Slaveryp. 118
Stock Marketp. 120
Supreme Courtp. 122
United States Civil Warp. 124
War of 1812p. 126
Westward Movement (u.S.)p. 128
Social Issuesp. 131
Apartheidp. 132
Cloningp. 134
Consumerism-moral and Ethical Aspectsp. 136
Divorcep. 138
Education in the United Statesp. 140
Ethics and Moralityp. 142
Euthanasiap. 144
Food Safetyp. 146
Gender Rolesp. 148
Marijuana, Legalization ofp. 150
Mental Illnessp. 152
Organ Transplantationp. 154
Population Controlp. 156
Prayer in Schoolsp. 158
Racismp. 160
Runawaysp. 162
Shopliftingp. 164
Tax Reformp. 166
Television Talk Showsp. 168
Unmarried Teenage Fathersp. 170
Biographyp. 173
Alexander the Great (356-323 B.C.)p. 174
Fidel Castro (1927-)p. 176
Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519)p. 178
Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997)p. 180
W.E.B. Du Bois (1868-1963)p. 182
Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)p. 184
Mohandas (mahatma) Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948)p. 186
Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)p. 188
Joan of Arc (1412-1431)p. 190
Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968)p. 192
Isaac Newton (1642-1721)p. 194
Louis Pasteur (1822-1895)p. 196
Elvis Aaron Presley (1935-1977)p. 198
Mother Teresa (1910-1997)p. 200
United States Members of Congressp. 202
United States Presidentsp. 204
Queen Victoria (1819-1901)p. 206
Alice Walker (1944-)p. 208
Indexp. 215
About the Authorp. 225
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