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Project Info


 The purpose of the Reptile Youth Alliance Research project is to teach you how to investigate and explore ways to test hypotheses. Display this information so that together, our knowledge in the field of herpetology research can grow. 


The research paper should include:

Definitions of all important words and concepts that describe the project


Answers to all  background research plan questions


Mathematical formulas, if any, that you will need to describe the results of your project


For every fact or picture in the research project you should follow it with a citation telling the reader where you found the information. A citation is just the name of the author and the date of the publication placed in parentheses like this: (Author, date). This is called a reference citation when using APA format and parenthetical reference when using the MLA format. Its purpose is to document a source briefly, clearly, and accurately.

If you copy text from one of your sources, then place it in quotation marks in addition to following it with a citation. Be sure you understand and avoid plagiarism! Do not copy another person's work and call it your own. Always give credit where credit is due!



Poster Instructions

Research Project Ideas

 Here are some ideas to get you started. Feel free to come up with one of your own. Even if you don’t have access to reptiles, with thorough investigation, you can present a project that will intrigue your audience and will make you research project stand out. Remember, check all project ideas with your teacher and parents, and don’t do any project that would hurt or scare people or animals. Good luck!

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