To Submit Info Regarding your Agents of Socialization Project:
- Sign into Gmail with this account information;
- Open Google Drive and go to the Sociology Folder.
- Open your Sociology Block's, then Agents of Socialization Project document and follow the stated directions.
Hints for Handing Out Surveys
- Decide whether an electronic survey or a paper survey would be best suited to your research question. Remember, if you use an electronic survey, these sites often allow you to analyze the results more easily.
- Include retrieval information on each survey. For example, Return to Room 608, or include Block, etc.
- Consider how much time it takes to take the survey and approach individuals or teachers politely, understanding their time constraints.
- Consider providing the context to others/teachers who your group is asking to give the survey. Say that you're conducting research in Sociology, etc.
- When receiving surveys, are you maintaining anonymity? For example, are you right there ready to take their survey, or have you created a physical box for survey results to go into?
Considerations for Creating the Presentation:
- You will be assessed using the rubric included in the project packet. So, make sure to focus on the rubric topics. **Each group member must participate in the presentation. **Any members of the group that do not participate in the presentation, except excused by a doctor’s note, will be deducted, individually, by 20%.
- Your presentation should:
___a. Effectively demonstrates content of research topic (4/5 points)
- Convey your research topic/question, why you pursued this research, and hypothesis (0/5 points)
- Convey your results and analysis (1/5 points)
- Explanation for how your results affect a sense of self and/or interactions with society (2/5 points)
- Explanation for whether your results are generalizable (1/5 points)
___b. Effectively delivers the presentation: see school-wide LE 2 (1/5 points)
Use visuals like graphs, images, data, etc.
**Will you use the SMART board? Will you create a poster? With either one, images, data, and graphs, etc. are more effective than words to convey your message. Make sure that all images are large enough for all students to see.