The Milton Wolf Prize in Diplomacy

Step Two: Research your topic

What you need to do:

Make it true

Key question to answer: Where can you find reliable information about your topic?

Goal:

Gather information about your topic and clarify why this issue is important for people to know about.

How to do it

Not sure

where to begin to research your topic?

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to get started:

 

possible resources

  • Google

  • Library

  • Local museums

  • National organization that deals with your topic

  • Local newspaper

  • Adults you know: teachers, parents, guardians, family friends

Pro-tip: You will need to cite your sources, so keep track of the sites you use!

checklist

  • Use the Internet to find reliable sites with the data and information you will need.

  • Use Wikipedia only for background information.

  • Keep track of the sites you use so you can include them in the credits!

  • Gather information that will help you understand the topic and speak about it with authority. For example:

    • Why does this problem exist?

    • How widespread is it?

  • Be able to answer the question: Why should people get involved in helping to solve this problem?