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The Application of the Scientific Method in

the Study of Modern Story Structure


Emily Schultheis


Glenelg High School

Gifted/Talented Program

Independent Research and Intern/Mentorship

2007 - 2011

This study was completed through the Howard County Maryland

Gifted/Talented Intern/Mentorship program.


"The G/T Intern/Mentor Program is a college-level course in which students design an original research study or creative production.  Students study off-campus with a professional mentor in a self-selected area of interest.  Student research or creative production focuses on contributing new knowledge to the field of study.  The G/T resource teacher facilitates classroom and internship experiences, focusing on advanced-level research methodologies and college-level writing and oral presentation skills.  At the mentor site, students apply the knowledge and skills they have learned in an authentic, professional environment." (http://glenelggt.com/mindex.htm)





Researcher: Emily Schultheis and Mentor: Dr. Amy Chai MD, MS

Researcher: Emily Schultheis and Team Members: AstroBot Project NASA GSFC


To navigate the site and learn more about this segment of research utilizing the scientific method to analyze modern story structure, please follow the links located in the grey header at the top of the screen, which will be accessible from every respective section.  Some of these sections include additional pages (referred to as tabs) that can only be found by first finding the priority page/home page for each section.  Tabs are indicated by hyperlinks located on the left side of the screen.


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DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.