When you are assigned a research project, your teacher expects you to explore a topic that you never have before or expand your knowledge on a subject. If you view this as the opportunity that it is, you can make your experience a lot better. Instead of seeing your project as intimidation, follow this guide to break it up into manageable steps.
The topic for your project will greatly influence how enthusiastic you are about writing it. Choose a subject that interests you and then pick your topic accordingly. Before you finalize your topic, find some basic information. This will give you an idea of how much information is available so you can broaden or narrow your topic to fit within the project guidelines. .
If you are looking for information on the Internet, you must be cautionary of inaccurate or otherwise unreliable information. The most credible websites typically have a web address ending in an extension like .gov (government), .edu (educational), or .org (organization). You could also head to a brick-and-mortar library to research.