STUDENT GUIDE FOR RESEARCH PROJECTS

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  • Density and Specific Gravity Problems 375

    FIG. 2

    There are other relationships that could possibly be developed bythis technique. These will be left to the ingenuity of the reader.

    STUDENT GUIDE FOR RESEARCH PROJECTS

    "Independent Study Guide for School Research Projects," a four-pageleaflet designed to tell students in grades 7 and up how to do school researchwork and present their findings, has been published by the AluminumAssociation.The guide provides a student with step-by-step tips on performing a school

    project on his own, beginning with selecting a topic, undertaking original,experimental research, building an exhibit, preparing a paper, slide showor flim, and presenting the completed study.

    Written in a crisp, engaging style, the guide even deals with the problemof getting started with the project in time to avoid "burning the midnightoil" and doing all the work in a rush the night before its due:"Take any stepmake any moveit doesnt really matter," states the

    guide. "Just stop talking and do something. The first step commits you!It starts getting you involvedinterested in a subject. Before you knowit, youre rolling!"Using the space age metal, aluminum, as an example, the guide shows

    the wide variety of project ideas that can be developed from this singlesubject.Classroom quantities of the new guide are available free from the Aluminum

    Association, 750 Third Avenue. New York. New York 10017.

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