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Ebsco Student Research Center

 

To Find Great Info in Student Research Center

Type in World Religion Profile, then type your religion name

 

World Book Student

 

Citing Sources

EasyBib: the bibliography maker.
 

Creating a Hanging Indent

1.  Highlight your citations.

2.  Right-click on your citations.

3.  Choose Paragraph.

4.  Under Indentation, choose Hanging

Web Site for Religions

 

Goanimate Directions

 

Directions for Presentations

 

Religions Project

 

Learning Targets

Learning Targets

  • I can locate information in books, websites, and databases relevant to the assignment.

 

  •   I can take notes using my own words. I understand what plagiarism is and why it's important to use my own words.

 

  •   I can identify the origin of the religion I chose to research.

 

  •  I can organize my notes on my chart stating the beliefs of the religion, important events in history that have impacted this religion. I can chart important holidays, rituals, and celebrations, and special dates in this religion.

 

  •   I can use GoAnimate, BrainShark, or Prezi to prove my conclusion.
 

Directions for World Religions Project

6th grade Social Studies World Religions Project

1.  Books on the cart have been pulled for you. Cannot check them out because other classes will be using them. Copies can be made of pages if needed.

2.  To site your book source, go the Easy Bib and enter the ISBN number or simply plug in the required information.

3.  One good source for this project is Ebsco Student Research Center.  Click on full text and select reading level – 6-8 grades. Enter your religions. Example – Hinduism.

4.  When you find your best source, print if you would like, email to yourself if you have an email account, and save it to your folder so that you don’t have to go through this research step again.

5.  To get your information for your works cited page on Ebsco you click on print, select MLA, and you copy and paste the MLA citation and create a Works Cited page.

6.  Another good resource is World Book. Enter search term – Christianity.  Again print, email, and save to your folder.

7.  Copy and paste the MLA citation on the bottom of the page to your Works Cited page. Save to your folder.

 

 

World Religions Project

 

Works Cited Example

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eBooks available for World Religions

  1. Britannica Encyclopedia of World Religions
  2. The Encyclopedia of World Religions
 

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