How do students research

Students research

Author: Fraedrich, Wolfgang
Title: Student Research.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 2–7

Abstract: In his basic article, the author addresses research in school, research as motivation to achieve, requirements for students and teachers, framework conditions for research in schools and the competitions students experiment and youth research. (BIL / ei).

Tags:Schoolchildren, research, discovery learning, geography lessons, factual information

Author: Bartels, Christian
Title: Mapping of the village of Berlin-Rixdorf. Research in regular geography lessons.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 8–11

Abstract: In the research project presented here, students examined the extent to which the old cores of the double village Berlin-Rixdorf had been reshaped by urban elements. The focus of the project was the mapping of the village. (BIL / ei).

Tags:Berlin-Rixdorf, schoolchildren, school year 10, research, discovery learning, mapping, project lessons, high school, lower secondary level, geography lessons, village

Author: Bartels, Christian
Title: Noise level measurements in the street space. Investigations as part of a compulsory elective course in urban geography.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 12-14

Abstract: Students in an elective course in urban geography - inspired by various newspaper reports - carried out measurements with sound level meters. The main question was what role the road surface plays. (Orig. Shortened).

Tags:Noise measurement, teaching unit, school year 09, urban geography, noise, teaching material, compulsory elective lessons, lower secondary level, geography lessons

Author: Pechtl, Matthias
Title: Vacation planning of the citizens of Langenzenn. Surveys as part of a specialist work.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 16-18

Abstract: Specialized theses also offer the opportunity to do your own research. This example shows how new insights into the travel behavior of the population in the vicinity have been gained by means of own surveys, which are also of interest to the local public. (Orig.).

Tags:Behavior, schoolchildren, vacation trip, research, discovery learning, vacationers, vacation, upper secondary level, survey, German, geography lessons

Author: Schon, René
Title: Do humans influence the climate? Research as part of an internship at the GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 19–21

Abstract: The objective of the work, the methodical approach and the evaluation of the data are described. Finally, the results are discussed. (BIL / ei).

Tags:Anthropogenic climate change, internship, students, research, climate change, discovery learning, upper secondary level, climate, geography lessons

Author: Kelch, Anne-Kristin; Waeselmann, Hanna
Title: The history of the Elbe tunnel foundling. A research paper for the competition students experiment.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 22-25

Abstract: Initially, the research goal and the research area are described. This is followed by a description of the examination methods used in the field and in the laboratory. Furthermore, basic knowledge had to be acquired. Finally, the results and the interpretation of the results are presented. The article contains factual information about the life of the Elbe tunnel foundling. (BIL / ei).

Tags:Schoolchildren, erratic block, research, ice age, geology, discovery learning, competition, secondary level I, Elbe tunnel, Hamburg, geography lessons

Author: Schiffner, Torben
Title: The long way of the stones on the Baltic Sea stand. A research paper for the competition students experiment.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 26–29

Abstract: This is the work of a 12-year-old student who was awarded a third prize in the state competition Students experiment. The aim and method of the work are presented. Furthermore, the article contains the description of crystalline rocks, sedimentary rocks and metamorphic rocks as well as a picture and description of the rhombic porphyry and the Hornfels. (BIL / ei).

Tags:Crystalline rock, students, research, discovery learning, metamorphic rock, sediment, competition, lower secondary level, geography lessons, rock, Baltic Sea

Author: Förster, May-Britt; Riegert, Julika
Title: Analyzes in the Katersands of Heligoland. A research project for the Jugend forscht competition.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 30–33

Abstract: The two authors of this competition entry for Jugend forscht investigated the question of whether the light sandstone banks in the red sandstone were deposited in the Aeolian way on Heligoland. The on-site investigations were followed by laboratory and arithmetic work in the school. (Orig. Shortened).

Tags:Schoolchildren, research, geology, excursion, Heligoland, discovery learning, secondary level II, sandstone, sand, competition, youth research, geography lessons

Author: Zaubitzer, Anna
Title: Pollen analysis in the brown coal seam. A research project for the Jugend forscht competition.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 34–37

Abstract: Even after millions of years, a pollen analysis can prove the vegetation of that time. If the fossil pollen does not come into contact with oxygen, it can be kept almost indefinitely. Due to their characteristic surface structure, the pollen can be assigned to the corresponding plants. In this way, the author of this article examined more than 10,000 pollen from a lignite seam of the Garzweiler I opencast mine to find out how the vegetation was composed in the Miocene, the time when lignite was formed. (Orig.).

Tags:Schoolchildren, research, discovery learning, secondary level II, lignite, pollen analysis, lignite mining area, competition, youth research, vegetation, Miocene, geography lessons

Author: Konopka, Hans-Peter
Title: The solar eclipse on August 11, 1999. A shadow play of a special kind.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 38–39

Tags:Handout, solar eclipse, upper secondary level, teaching material, secondary level I, geography lessons, Germany

Author: Baier, Jochen; Schnurrbusch, Michael
Title: Doing by Learning - an alternative start to bilingual teaching.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 40–43

Abstract: Especially at the beginning of bilingual geography lessons, the abundance of unknown vocabulary usually causes difficulties for the students. Later they can fall back on basic knowledge and, if necessary, adopt technical terms from history, politics or biology, but this knowledge is of little help at the beginning. The present article therefore offers an everyday possibility to alleviate the starting difficulties. (Orig.).

Tags:English, bilingual lessons, handout, teaching material, geography lessons

Author: Ertel, Hans-Christoph
Title: Morocco: Nomads, Kasbahs and Oases.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, pp. 44–45

Tags:Handout, Morocco, teaching material, travelogue, geography lessons

Author: Funke, Ursula
Title: North Sea Puzzle.
Source: In: Geographie heute, (1999) 171, p. 48

Tags:Handout, mud flats, teaching material, puzzles, North Sea, geography lessons, tides

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