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Teaching the Research Paper
This simple guide will provide you with everything you need to help you teach your students how to conduct research for the purpose of writing a research paper. Invaluable templates included!
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So here’s the deal. I used to hate my handwriting. As a teacher, this wasn’t great for me. After a bunch of research and trial and error, I fixed it. I’ve compiled what I learned improving my handwriting into an easy to follow three step guide.
Enhance your penmanship in a week with my three step guide. Click the image to the right to access your free PDF.
This Google Sides template was designed with teachers in mind. Perfect for elementary, middle-level, and high school teachers, “Classroom” will class up just about any presentation.
This Google Slides template harkens back to the days of the analog selfie – also known as the polaroid camera. This template features three different backgrounds. Thanks to markusspiske for the polaroid image.
This Google Slides template knows how to protect itself, so don’t mess with it or you’ll receive an expertly delivered karate chop.
This Google Slides template borrows an image from Pezibear. This template is perfect for applied tech teachers, woodworkers, and power tool enthusiasts.
This Google Sides template was designed with simplicity in mind. Its subtle difference from Google Slides’ default “Simple Light” template is just enough to set it apart and let it stand on its own.
Howdy partners, this Google Slides template harkens back to the spaghetti western days. The background artwork is borrowed from Allocer2009. Y’all come back now you hear.
This Google Slides template was inspired by everyone’s favorite sea bug – the lobster. You will need to adjust the title color to obtain the two-tone effect.
Nothing says the 80’s like neon on black. I’ve started us out with neon purple, but feel free to edit the text to the neon of your choice with Googles color palette.
This Google Slides template was inspired by a picture of a van that I came across here. The title comes from a completely random episode of “That 70’s Show.” Why I remember a throw-away line like “Vanstock” I’m not sure.
This Google Slides template borrows artwork from stallio. Use this template for any presentation that related to technology or the color orange!
This Google Slides template is inspired by subway tile – hence the name “Subway Tile.” This template is subtle, minimalist, and timeless.
This Google Slides template is inspired by architectural drawings. The floor plan is borrowed from: The Public Domain – though it is heavily modified in photoshop. Thanks US Government!