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Every sophomore in our high school is required to complete a major
American History research paper as a graduation requirement. While I teach
various research lessons throughout the year, this is the most
comprehensive opportunity to teach multiple lessons at different points of
the research process. I plan to do at least one introductory lesson
reviewing the various types of reference sources and how best to utilize
them for this particular project.

Has anyone done any creative reference lessons with high school students?
I would welcome any ideas and will post a hit if anyone expresses interest.

Many thanks,
Jill Heritage Maza, Media Specialist
Greenwich Highschool, Greenwich, CT

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