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Check Point 1

Now is a good time to check in with yourself and your teacher to make sure you've done everything up to this point and to reflect on how you're doing. Use the checklist to help decide whether you're ready to start your search.

For "How difficult this was for me," rank 1 to 5, 1 = easiest, 5 = most difficult

For "How well I did," rank 1 to 5; 1= very poor, 5=excellent

Activity | Date Completed | How difficult this was for me | How well I did this

Chose a topic that interests me and that I can find enough information on.
Read background information on the topic that gave me a good overview of what it's all about. You might use the Background Building Activity Sheet for this).
Wrote "What I know," including why I chose the topic and what I already know about it.
Created a set of questions and chose the most important ones to research.
Wrote, "What I want to find out," including why you want to answer the questions you came up with.
Identified and prioritized what resources will help me answer my questions (You might use the Resource Checklist, Keyword Checklist and/or the Matching Information to Resources sheet for this).