Other Formats

If you are not writing a research paper, here are some other formats your project could take:

  • Written work: story, speech, poem, play, dialogue, brochure, etc.
  • Artifact: sculpture, poster, infographic ((eBook, chapters 4 & 5), model, painting, diorama, book, etc.
  • Performance (eBook): rap, slam poetry, monologue, song, reenactment, music performance, play, skit, mime, puppet show, comedy routine, etc.

Be sure to get your teacher's approval before beginning your project.

It is important to know your audience when planning your presentation.

You may find rubrics/scoring guides helpful in creating your project.

Tip: Be certain you have permission to use other people's work in your presentation. Take a look at the eBook, Shared Creations: Making Use of Creative Commons, to learn more.

Shared Creations

Next => Now that you have created your project's first draft, it is time to go to the next step of the OSLIS research process: Present.

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