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Health Grade 10 - Nutrition: Home

Use this guide for your grade 10 health research project

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Free Government Database

This database from the US Department of Health and Human Services has all sorts of reliable information on health topics.

Main Points

Not sure how to organize your notes and presentation? Here are some possibilities:

  • Causes/Effects/Where to get help
  • Pros/Cos
  • History/Current/Future
  • What is it? Why is it good/bad? What should we do about it?
  • Do's/Dont's
  • Background/Discoveries/Treatments
  • Symptoms/Causes/Treatments

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Research Expectations

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Effective Notetaking

No matter what note-taking technique you use, these are important guidelines to follow:

  • Develop, modify, then stick to a strategy that works for you.
  • Read for understanding.
  • Paraphrase! (That's how you know you understand.)
  • Be able to trace every single idea in your notes to its source.
  • Write just enough - not so much that it's like reading the original all over again, not so little that you don't know what it means later.
  • Abbreviations, symbols, and diagrams are great, as long as you'll remember what they mean.


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Venngage - Infographics

If you decide to create an infographic for your presentation, you are strongly encouraged to use Venngage. Create a free premium account with your ASD email address.

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