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If you don't mind going to the town library to look up old copies of the local newspaper, there's no problem here. 4. To find the information needed for this paper, a student would need to give questionnaires to all the teachers in the school or to interview them all personally. Gathering information through interviews and questionnaires is a fine way to do research, but it's important to remember that this would take a lot of time. < previous page page_32 next page > < previous page page_33 next page > Page 33 5.
How was Armstrong selected to be the first astronaut to walk on the moon? How did his ''moonwalk" affect the rest of Armstrong's life? What did scientists learn from Armstrong's experience? Did Armstrong bring anything, such as rocks, from the moon for scientists to study? For another example, let's say that you are fascinated with dinosaurs and you want to learn more about them. Look up dinosaurs in The World Book Encyclopedia. (That encyclopedia, by the way, has a very good list of questions about most topics.
Where did Sally get off track? 2. John's teacher wants him to do a short research paper about sports heroes. He writes a report about Tiger Woods's most recent golf game. Where did John get off track? 3. " What types of problems will Evonda encounter when she tries to support this thesis? ) < previous page page_31 next page > < previous page page_32 next page > Page 32 Brain Ticklers The Answers Set #1, Page 12 1. This topic is huge! It needs to be narrowed down unless the teacher wants a 10,000-page paper.