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What Do I Want to Research? 0101.4.1 0101.4.2. Questions to ask yourself: What do I like? What do I want to write about? Why am I writing? Who will read.

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1 What Do I Want to Research?

2 Questions to ask yourself: What do I like? What do I want to write about? Why am I writing? Who will read what I write?

3 I really like dogs, but sometimes they are too loud when they bark. Why do they bark like that? Do all dogs bark? I could write a report about dogs and why they bark. Maybe most of my friends do not know why dogs bark so much.

4 How can I find information on dogs? Find at least two good sources Visit the library Find a book on dogs Find a magazine article or even a good website on dogs

5 Let’s do a K-W-L Chart to organize our information! K – What do I know? W – What do I want to find out? L – What did I learn?

6 What do I know? Dogs bark when they seem mad or excited. What do I want to know? Why do dogs bark?

7 Dogs bark. Dogs bark when they are mad. Dogs bark when they are excited. Dogs bark when they want to communicate. Dogs bark when they want attention.

8 Now I have enough for a short report! Here’s what my report might look like: I like dogs, but sometimes their bark can be annoying. Dogs bark for different reasons. A dog may bark when he is mad or excited. Dogs communicate with each other and with people by barking. At other times a dog may be barking just to get your attention. Even when they bark, dogs are still fun to have around.


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