Internet Search- Research

 

 students are strongly encouraged to use a search engine suitable for their age/grade level.

Here are a selection that are suitable for primary students:

Students are strongly encouraged from junior primary right through to our senior students that copying from the Internet is not allowed and students MUST acknowledge what source they obtain information, images, video etc from for any work they create and the use paraphrasing is strongly encouraged.

 

REMEMBER: WHEN COPYING FROM THE INTERNET

1. PARAPHRASE INTO YOUR OWN WORDS

2. CORRECTLY CREDIT THE PERSON OR WEBSITE OR SOURCE YOU COLLECTED INFORMATION FROM (BIBLIOGRAPHY)

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Internet Search sample template

1.  Kiddle  image.php?hash=875a05fd7839617d33f14faca
 2. KidRex image.php?hash=06b68c2e9a3b75291ebebf898
 

3.  ABC Splash

image.php?hash=943894e2f454143bdeac1a4e8​​​​​​​
4.  National Geographic for Kids: image.php?hash=e458b84cbcf057b3509c36fce
6. DK- Find Out image.php?hash=b4101c4a787de470b32eeb281
 7. Museum Victoria – Amazing Animals  image.php?hash=5fa26335bbb041c8512f65be5
 

8. K9 Safe Search

 

 

 

 

9. Infant Encyclopedia –

Great Introduction for Younger Students

 

10. KIDS CLICK – Search Engine

 

 

 

 

11. Quintura Kids Search Engine:

http://quinturakids.com/

 K9SafeSearch

Infant Encyclopedia Search

 

 

 

 

KidsClick Search

 

 

 

 

 

Quintura Kids Search

 

  Research Resources for Teachers
Available from: Cherry Lake Publishing
  1. Know what to ask
 

 

  1.  Go straight to the source 
 

 

  1. Find out first hand-
    Primary sources 
 

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