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STATE THE STEPS FOR CHOOSING A TOPIC.
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1. A ______________________ is a periodical that gives real world information. There are many different sections to read this reference material such.
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Ewwww...creepy crawlies....!. OK –we do our own programs there’s one last bit of serious research to be done. Yeah, it involves Internet searching.
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