How should I start my research?
Any Questions has a fantastic help page which explains clearly how to start when researching
a new topic. The steps mentioned include;
Brainstorming everything you know about a topic
- Making a concept map, putting what you know into groups
- Writing questions
- Choosing keywords to assist your search
If you are interested in finding out more about recycling, take a look at this Livebinder.
World War One
Last year was the anniversary of 100 years since World War One began. This year we will
commemorate 100 years since the Anzacs fought at Gallipoli. If you would like to find out more about the war, the people who fought, and what life was like for those left at home, take a look at the resources in this Livebinder.
Year 5/6 are looking at the artist Roy Lichtenstein, take a look at this Livebinder to see some resources about him
For a great explanation of copyright take a look at this link to the TKI website from the Ministry of Education.
We all need to take care when using other people's work, and also when sharing our own work. Find out more about creative commons licenses by viewing this short video.
Take a look at the Hector's World website. This is an animated website aimed at helping children
aged 2 -9 learn about staying safe online and digital citizenship.
CBBC also has some great advice and tips for online safety.
Great New Zealand content on the web for research