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Volcano Project



Directions for your volcano project are as follows:
  • Write the names of all the members in your group.  
  • Create the project on Google Presentation and share with members of your team and Mrs. Griffin  jgriffin@freeholdtwp.k12.nj.us
  • Answer all questions from your question sheet in complete sentences.  
  • Include pictures and if possible a video clip
  • Create at least 4 slides.  An introduction slide with a title  and your names. ( The title should be about your main question)   Include at least two pages with your facts and pictures. Your last slide needs to have your bibliography.   
  • Sites have been provided below for your reference.  Cut and paste in a different window to view.  
  • See below for bibliography instructions.  

 Please use the sites below to access your information


http://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-volcano.htm

 

http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/unit/volcanoes-everything-you-need

 

http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/

 

 http://watchknowlearn.org/default.aspx


How to create a bibliography.....


How to…Make a Bibliography


1. Book with one author:
    Blodgett, E.D. Alice Munro. Boston: Twayne, 1988.

2. Book with more than one author:
    Elwood, Ann, and Linda C. Wood. Windows in Space. New York:
    Walker, 1982.

3. Article in a magazine:
    Daglish, Brenda, “A Matter of Interest.” Maclean’s, February 15, 1993,
    pp.36-37.

4. Article in a newspaper:
    Smith, Beverly, “Canadians Skate to Gold Medal,” The Globe and Mail, 
    March     11, 1993. p. A1.

5. Article in an encyclopedia:
    Humber, William. “Bicycling.”  The Canadian Encyclopedia, 1988.

6. Video or Film:
    Shooting Stars.  Videotape.  National Film Board of Canada (Toronto),
    1987. 49 min., 30 sec.

7. Radio or television program:
     “Haida Gwaii – Islands of the People.”  Nature.  PBS, December 19, 1992.

8. Interview:
    Delaney, Daphne (musician). Personal interview, Toronto, April 10, 2006.

9. Information from the Internet:
    Include the web site address and the date the information was researched.
    http://library.barrie.ca/children/ (January 1, 2001)







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