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Outlining

Elmer’s school presentation expert, Chelsea, reviews three key components of every...

Introduction

Summarizing the introduction and body of your presentation’s subject at the beginning...

Body of Work

Science projects, book reports and history presentations should all feature different...

Conclusion

A report’s conclusion should do more than repeat information – it should demonstrate how...

Scientific Method

When working on a science project, you will need to follow the Scientific Method. In this...

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Current Video: Body of Work

Science projects, book reports and history presentations should all feature different types of information in the body, or main section of your paper. Learn more from Chelsea in this video.

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>> CHELSEA: The body of your paper is going to be mostly made up of your research. If it's a science paper, it'll also include information about how you set up your experiment and your testing variables. If it's a book report, it'll include information about the book you read, including the theme, the plot, and important things about the characters. For a history report, the body will give tons of information about the person or event you've researched, and you might even use it to relate past events to current events.

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