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Students write the three questions generated in the ask question activity on separate pieces of paper. They begin researching each question via books, Internet, and media. The purpose of the research is to decide if the project idea is worth investigating. Some questions will not be doable because the project is too vast. Time, expense, and equipment required for the project are some of the obstacles that need to be considered before choosing the project topic.
After the research, students must choose only one topic. However, if none are suitable, students should begin the process again at the question stage or the brainstorming stage. It is important for students to choose an idea that will stimulate and engage them during the investigation process.
Best way for students to choose a winning experiment is to brainstorm science topics, ask many questions, and finally do the research. Student-created science fair projects are the best since they engage the student in the learning process.