Political Science Spectrum Project – The Requirements
POLITICAL SPECTRUM RESEARCH PROJECT
OBJECTIVE I. To research one point on the political spectrum.
OBJECTIVE II. To improve and increase your research skills.
OBJECTIVE III. To make a product or presentation that accurately and comprehensively explains your point on the political spectrum while meeting all the criteria for an excellent grade.
Each group will research one point on the political spectrum, chosen by drawing
Each group member will choose 2-3 subtopics from a list to do their individual research
Research and the creation of products or presentations are two separate phases of the project and are graded separately. The research grades are individual assignments.
Topics: Each group member will research 2-3 Spectrum Point subtopics
Sources: Eight (8) sources per group member, minimum. Four (4) must be non-reference sources
Bibliography: Each group member must turn in a Bibliography of their sources ( use NoodleBib)
|Source Pages/URL Copyright Date Heading for Card
3 – 5 significant pieces of information in bullet point format, or
A single quoted paragraph
Note Cards: Each group member must complete forty (40) correctly completed note cards
Do not write on both sides of the card
Note cards should be legible
Note Cards need to follow the example format
Points are given only for 100 % completion
DUE DATES and POINT VALUES:
Subtopic choices 11/13 10 points
Note Cards 11/23 40 points
Bibliography 11/23 25 points
Product/Present. TBA 25 points