Click on the topic you have selected and it will bring
you to another web page with a list of web links that are specific
to your research area. Read through the web pages and take
notes on pertinent information. Be sure to also write down
which web page the information came from.
Task #3: After conducting web-based
research on your topic, all members of your group will need to get
together to discuss what you have learned. Each student should provide
a short, verbal report of their findings.
#4: As a group you will need to do some brainstorming to
come up with an innovative solution to reducing right whale entanglements
or collisions. After you have developed a good idea, discuss it with
your teacher to make sure that it is feasible and then write a brief
proposal of your idea. The proposal should be no longer than 2 pages
and should include important background information as well as how
you intend to help reduce right whale mortalities.
Task #5: As a group you will need
to put together a PowerPoint presentation. The presentation should
include information from each of the research areas and should outline
your innovative idea. You will be competing against other teams of
research specialists who have come together to try and solve the plight
of the right whale. The substance and quality of your presentation
will no doubt have an impact on who will receive funding for their