Find a topic of interest that impacts people and the world they live in.
Begin to formulate a thesis/hypothesis in the form of a question.
Think specifically about expected/irrefutable evidence and claims and counterclaims.
Develop a proposal, consulting with a faculty sponsor and/or teacher.
Select components of the Exhibition that are necessary for credibility.
Move through the approval process via 3 members of the Exhibition Committee and faculty sponsor.
Components of the Exhibition:
Research Paper 12-15 pages in length with in-text citations and a works cited.
An oral Presentation 30 minute in length presenting a different aspect
of the topic, which was not discussed in the research paper but still
proves the thesis/hypothesis.
A visual that accompanies the oral presentation, which can include but
is not limited to: iMovie, PowerPoint, demonstrations, specific props,
A reflection presented at the end of the paper or orally the evening of the Exhibition Oral Presentation.
Process Folio, which chronicles the entire 14-week