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Choosing a Topic

Your report topic is important! You want to be sure you're selecting a topic that fits...

Citing Sources

How many sources should you have? And what’s the best way to cite them? Chelsea addresses...

Using the Library

The library can be overwhelming, but not to worry! Check out this clip to learn how you...

Credibility

A credible presentation requires the use of credible resources. Those resources include...

Working as a Team

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Audience

In this clip, Chelsea explains the importance of knowing your audience. Before you write...

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In this clip, Chelsea explains the importance of knowing your audience. Before you write a report or prepare a project, it's important to understand who your audience is and how your information should be tailored to them, specifically.

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>> CHELSEA: Who's going to be reading your report? When you put your research together and write your paper you've got to keep your audience in mind. The same topics, techniques, and tone of voice that you use for your classmates might not work when you're talking to the judges at a state level competition. To make sure that your project is a success, think about what's important to your audience and what would be interesting to them.