Now it's YOUR turn to ask the questions. It really isn't difficult to do. Here is a chart to give you some ideas. Try beginning each sentence with the words that are listed. Question 1 should be a "first base" question. Question 2, "second base" and question 3 should be a "third base" question.
Here are some sample questions that you might find helpful.
Optional Homerun Essay
You teacher may need to help you create an essay question and guide you through the writing process.
There are many places on the World Wide Web to find documents. These web sites have many documents that you can use without getting permission from the author. Ask your teacher to discuss copyright. For more information check out the page for middle school students. This is another good link on copyright.
Our Favorite Places
Create Your Own Primary Documents!
You can make your own documents either on the computer or on paper. If your teacher is scanning your document make sure that you write your words clearly so they are easy to read. Here are some ideas:
Check out the documents that eight graders made with Kid Pix. They did this in Italian. We don't expect you to be able to read Italian but you will probably enjoy looking at their work.
We hope you enjoy participating in this project.