Middle School Social Studies Fair


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The purpose of the Social Studies Fair is to demonstrate an understanding of a social topic or person of interest in history. The student must show how this relates to a Biblical worldview. Social Studies Fair occurs every other year in Middle School with the Science Fair being in rotation on the other years.  Students are encouraged to choose a topic of their own special interest.

All topics must be approved by the Social Studies teacher.

As always, parents are invited to watch the presentations.

Our Social Studies Fair next year will be held in March.

    We encourage students to show their work by way of video, photographs, and/or demonstration. Students may choose to present their project on a tri-fold board or by creating a power point presentation.  The requirements for the board and the power point are the same: it should be titled, include graphics/photos with captions, must contain Scripture which applies to the topic, and show creativity and professionalism (no spelling or grammar mistakes).  Should a student choose the power point, a minimum of 15 slides are required.

 
 
 

Middle School Research Paper Requirements

5th and 6th Grades: A minimum of three pages long is required.  The paper must be double spaced, 12 point printed font, and no gaps between paragraphs. Graphics are not accepted as part of the page requirements.  Scripture must be included in the paper and on the visual presentation. Parents may assist 5th graders in typing the paper. 

Cover Page must include: Name, Date, Champion Christian Middle School Social Studies Fair, Topic

Bibliography: At least three resources required; one internet, one book, and one student choices.

 

7th and 8th Grades: Students must write a minimum of four pages. Paper must be typed, double spaced, 12 point printed font and no gaps between paragraphs. Graphics are not accepted as part of the page requirements. Scripture must be included in the paper and on the visual presentation. Hand written papers are not accepted.

Cover Page: Name, Date, Champion Christian Middle School Science Fair, Topic

Bibliography: At least four resources required, two online sources, and two books.

 

 A bibliography page is required at the end of the report. 
 

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