Monday, June 12, 2017

Capstone Presentations!

This is a guest post from our enrichment teacher, Darcie Rankin and our library media specialist, Beth Redford.

Here are the Capstone Presentations created in Enrichment Library class by RES fourth graders in Mrs. LeFrancois' class. The scholars developed their own research questions, which are shown above the presentations that answer them. We are very proud of all our fourth grade scholars!

How do people use drones for photography?


How did they make Bugattis so fast?

What is the history of ballet?


How do different deep sea creatures survive? (cover and two pages from a magazine)



What is Desmond Tutu known for?

How do you care for and train a bunny?


What makes an animal a rodent?

How are puppies and dogs different?


Why did people join Hitler?

How do computers work?


How will cars look in the future?

How do we remember things? (podcast, audio only)


What is the history of horseback riding?

What features make supercars so fast?

How are electronic video games made?


How is a black hole formed?





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