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Science Fair

Postby A_Marlow » Mon Mar 17, 2014 6:03 pm

My science fair project is based on : Is a person's tates in music dictated by the key of a song? But I need a catchy title for the poster board... Any ideas? :?: :!: :?: :!:

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Re: Science Fair

Postby Schmetterling14 » Wed May 28, 2014 5:35 pm

This came from the weird part of my brain: " The key of G and Kenny G or do you prefer something in the key of E?"

Hope that at least gets you on track if you decide not to use it.

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Re: Science Fair

Postby connief » Sat May 31, 2014 7:19 pm

Hello there,

Great titles tend to not only be "attention-grabbing", but they should also describe your project well enough so that people who are reading your report or looking at your presentation can quickly figure out what your project is about. While a descriptive title is nice, adding in too many details and/or making your title too long may lose your audience. It should be eye-catching, quick and to the point, and provides enough information to give your audience a general sense of what your project is about. It also intrigues them enough so that they will be prompted to ask you questions and learn more about what you did. I did a quick google search and found a page with some advice on making titles... hopefully this also helps!

http://voices.yahoo.com/how-write-winni ... 96163.html


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