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6th Grade Country Reports


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Keywords: country report, typing, editing, power point, projector, research
Subject(s): Information Skills, Social Studies, History
Grades 5 through 6
NETS-S Standard:
  • Research and Information Fluency
  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Technology Operations and Concepts
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School: Norman Liddell Elem School, Fresno, CA
Planned By: Rebecca Gauthier
Original Author: Rebecca Gauthier, Fresno
Students choose a country based on their likes and preferences, or their background. In-depth research occurs after using a variety of websites such as the CIA website, Noodlebib, Nationalanthem.com, etc. along with Google, Wikipedia, and Bing.

Research areas include a phyiscal map, food, population, manufactured goods, weather, interesting facts, country flag, religion, etc.

Students then write a rough draft of the report on lined paper, to then be transcribed to a Microsoft Word Document, complete with editing and the revision process.

After, students create a Microsoft Power Point presentation using their report as a guideline. They are encouraged to add a variety of images off of Google Images representing the food, people, and culture of the country.

Students save their date on a flash drive so the report can be worked on at home with parents as well.

Later, students present their country reports using a flash drive and a projector screen to the entire 6th grade.

The reports are also turned into an interactive mobile to be displayed for Open House.
Materials: Portable, Cables, Keyboards, Headsets, Flash/USB Drives, Social Studies, Keyboarding