It is a good idea to begin your research with some quick and organized background information from sources such as encyclopedias and dictionaries. Background information provides an overview and a context. It provides definitions of terminology, important names, places, and dates, and a brief bibliography of important works that you could use as a springboard for your research.
This brief tutorial explains how to begin your research:
When you hear presentation most students automatically think powerpoint. STOP! There are hundreds of different types of presentations, and your teacher will be relieved if you do not choose the old-fashioned and over done powerpoint! Break away from old habits and don't be afraid to click on one of the links! All are easy to use, and depending on your topic and presentation idea, one of them will stand out being the most useful. Wouldn't you rather have a moving presentation, or a cool design for your project, rather than a slideshow?