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Wednesday, November 7

  1. page Pathfinder edited Template A pathfinder includes a variety of resources on a particular topic. For any extensive …

    TemplateA pathfinder includes a variety of resources on a particular topic. For any extensive research project, like the Personal Project or Extended Essay, it is important to have a pathfinder that lists possible reliable resources for pathfinder:
    http://www.sdst.org/shs/library/pathfinder.html
    consideration. Click here for some pathfinder examples.
    You can complete your own pathfinder. Use this template to help you.
    Title, Introduction, and Scope: Introduce the topic/thesis/question/hypothesis and discuss the scope you will cover.
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Monday, June 4

  1. page Due Dates edited ... 13 August: Show Ms. Surridge and your supervisor your research notes. Hand in your annotated b…
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    13 August: Show Ms. Surridge and your supervisor your research notes. Hand in your annotated bibliography.
    31 August: RESEARCH COMPLETE
    Update your wiki page.
    1 June: Annotated Bibliography and research work session.
    Update your wiki page. Include YOUR RESEARCH QUESTION, and upload your annotated bibliography by Friday, June 3.
    8 June: CANCELLED due
    10 September (WWW in-school): Outline complete
    14 September: Complete rough draft
    28 September: Submit complete first draft with Works Cited
    to Group 4 Project work.
    15 Aug-2 Sept: Post-summer holiday conference with
    supervisor, Ms. Surridge and supervisor
    31 AUG Early start for Wednesday sessions
    Today we return to previously stated deadlines and look at what you have to begin the year. Emphasis in the coming weeks must be on research, note-taking and development of an argument (thesis statement).
    7 Sept: First Wednesday session
    12 Oct: Outline completed
    17-21 Oct: Presentation (oral) to
    Mr. Elman. You must contact Ms. Wang (louisa_wang@istianjin.net) to make an appointment during this week.
    14-18 Nov: Read week—polish
    Rossberg
    28 November: Final
    draft for submission
    23 Nov: Draft and bibliography submitted
    18 Jan: Final submission
    due (add checklist)
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  2. page Due Dates edited ... 6 June: Planning for summer research and meeting with supervisor Introduction to annotated bi…
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    6 June: Planning for summer research and meeting with supervisor
    Introduction to annotated bibliographies. For an example of a properly formatted annotated bibliography, go here.
    ...
    will take.
    {Purdue OWL Annotated Bibliography.pdf}
    13 August: Show Ms. Surridge and your supervisor your research notes. Hand in your annotated bibliography.
    31 August: RESEARCH COMPLETE

    Update your wiki page.
    1 June: Annotated Bibliography and research work session.
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    9:28 pm
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    2 May to 30 May: Initial planning, reading and writing of research proposal.
    6 June: Planning for summer research and meeting with supervisor
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    go here.
    Today

    Today
    I'll also
    ...
    and libguides. In addition, you'll be making a decision about what form your research notes will take.
    {Purdue OWL Annotated Bibliography.pdf}
    Update your wiki page.
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    9:25 pm
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    2 May to 30 May: Initial planning, reading and writing of research proposal.
    6 June: Planning for summer research and meeting with supervisor
    ==
    Introduction
    Introduction to annotated bibliographies. {Purdue OWL Annotated Bibliography.pdf}
    ==
    For
    For an example
    ...
    go here.
    Today I'll also show you easybib and libguides.
    {Purdue OWL Annotated Bibliography.pdf}
    Update your wiki page.
    1 June: Annotated Bibliography and research work session.
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    9:19 pm
  5. page Due Dates edited ... == Introduction to annotated bibliographies. {Purdue OWL Annotated Bibliography.pdf} == …
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    Introduction to annotated bibliographies. {Purdue OWL Annotated Bibliography.pdf}
    ==
    For an example of a properly formatted annotated bibliography, go here.
    Today I'll also show you easybib and libguides.
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    9:13 pm
  6. page Due Dates edited ... 2 May to 30 May: Initial planning, reading and writing of research proposal. 6 June: Planning…
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    2 May to 30 May: Initial planning, reading and writing of research proposal.
    6 June: Planning for summer research and meeting with supervisor
    27 April: Session with supervisors and students. Meet with your supervisor.
    Brief reminder of MLA formatting and citations along with a discussion of note-taking.
    4 May: Today you will
    print the general and subject specific assessment criteria for your records
    begin your research
    select a format for note-taking
    11 May: Today we will spend the first half of the session on the following:
    MLA formatting and Works Cited compilation
    note-taking
    Homework for Wed. June 1: Research question/topic and preliminary sources approved by supervisor.
    18 May: Exams--NO SESSION
    25 May: Introduction
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    Introduction
    to annotated
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    Annotated Bibliography.pdf}
    ==

    For an example of a properly formatted annotated bibliography, go here.
    Today I'll also show you easybib and libguides.
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    9:11 pm
  7. page Due Dates edited 31This is a draft of dates that are expected to be met as well as other suggested due dates from t…
    31This is a draft of dates that are expected to be met as well as other suggested due dates from the after-school sessions.
    May 20122013 Cohort
    13 April:

    TIMELINE
    2 May to 30 May:
    Initial introductionplanning, reading and writing of Extended Essay subjects and process
    Homework
    research proposal.
    6 June: Planning
    for Wed. April 20:
    1. Visit the IB page that has details about subject areas
    summer research and specific criteria. Read about 2 or 3 subjects you are interested in for your Extended Essay.
    2. Read one of the excellent extended essay examples available on the server under Grade 11 Share/Extended Essay Examples or available here.
    20 April: Submit anticipated Subject
    meeting with requests for three (3) supervisors
    Today you will sign up for this wiki and enter your preferences into the table on the "Supervisors" page.
    You will engage in discussion about your understanding of your chosen topic.
    On your page on this wiki, you will answer 3 questions about the EE example that you read.
    Homework for Wed. April 27:
    On your personal page, explain your specific interest in the subject you listed as your first choice. What is your background in this area? What do you think you want to research? What do you know already and what more do you want to know?
    Also, feel free to ask me questions as I will be reading these and will reply.
    supervisor
    27 April: Session with supervisors and students. Meet with your supervisor.
    Brief reminder of MLA formatting and citations along with a discussion of note-taking.
    ...
    8 June: CANCELLED due to Group 4 Project work.
    15 Aug-2 Sept: Post-summer holiday conference with Ms. Surridge and supervisor
    31 AUG EarlyEarly start for Wednesday sessions
    Today

    Today
    we return
    7 Sept: First Wednesday session
    12 Oct: Outline completed
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    9:06 pm
  8. page SUBJECTS edited ... Suggested Subjects with Introductory Guidelines. See The best source of information about …
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    Suggested Subjects
    with Introductory Guidelines.
    SeeThe best source of information about the Extended Essay notebook in library for full document or
    you may view
    is the online version of the complete document via html or
    pdf {d_0_eeyyy_gui_0903_1_e.pdf}
    most recent guide. Click here.
    The following are introductory guidelines for suggested subjects:
    GROUP 1
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