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15 January, 2014
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Middle school is usually the first time that students are exposed to the idea of a traditional research paper. While the paper itself might be short, students in middle school are still required to record their sources and cite information in the body of the paper. When teachers assign middle school research papers, they usually let their students pick a topic that they want to understand better. This makes the papers more interesting to read because the students are involved in the topic. Even though teachers often let their students pick a topic, teachers will also create lists for students who have difficulty picking a strong topic. Here are a few compelling topics for middle school research papers:
These are just a few topics that middle school students could study for research papers in a wide variety of classes. If these topics do not look interesting, hopefully they will inspire an idea that is of more interest. The best research paper topics ask should, how, or why because students then need to form a claim that they can support with the information they find. Research paper need to go beyond writing simple facts; they should involve discovering a truth and being able to prove it. Best of luck on your research paper.
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