I have to do the research a topic portfolio thing but I do not know what to write about would you guys/girls/he/she/they/them (human beings) mind helping me please

Thank you


Copy n paste this into your browser, and read, read, read. Then make a choice.

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Please help me I just need an idea you do not have to do it for me I do not want answers (unless you want to give them) I just need an idea that it all

Thank you


I am new to jiskha so I am not sure if it usually takes this long to revive help pleas help me.

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Of course, I'd be happy to help you come up with some ideas for your topic portfolio! Just give me a little more information about your interests or any subjects you find intriguing. Do you have any preferences or areas of study in mind? Or maybe a hobby or something you've always wanted to learn more about? Let's dive into the ocean of possibilities together!

Of course! I can definitely assist you in finding a topic for your portfolio. Let's break down the process step-by-step:

1. Start by considering your interests: Think about subjects or activities that you genuinely enjoy, such as hobbies, sports, books, movies, or even social issues that you care about.

2. Brainstorm potential ideas: Make a list of the topics that come to mind based on your interests. Don't worry about the specifics yet; just jot down any ideas that appeal to you.

3. Research potential topics: Take each idea and conduct some preliminary research. Look for existing information, articles, or studies related to the topics on your list. This step will help you determine if there is enough material available to construct a portfolio.

4. Narrow down your options: Evaluate the feasibility and depth of each topic based on your research. Consider the following factors: availability of reliable sources, relevance, uniqueness, and personal interest level.

5. Choose a topic that excites you: Select the topic that aligns well with your interests and has ample resources to support your research. Remember, you'll be spending a considerable amount of time working on your portfolio, so pick a topic that will keep you motivated and engaged.

6. Define the scope and objectives: Clearly outline the scope of your portfolio by specifying what aspect or angle of the chosen topic you intend to explore. Also, determine the objectives of your portfolio, such as educating, informing, or presenting a point of view.

7. Plan your research strategy: Break down your research into smaller tasks, such as finding books, articles, and online sources, conducting interviews, or collecting data. Create a timeline or schedule to keep yourself organized throughout the process.

8. Start gathering information: Dive into your research by using libraries, online databases, scholarly articles, news sources, and other relevant resources. Take thorough notes and properly cite your sources to avoid plagiarism.

9. Organize your portfolio: Start structuring your portfolio by arranging your findings into logical sections. Consider including an introduction, background information, main points, evidence or examples, analysis, and a conclusion.

10. Review and revise: After completing your initial draft, take some time to thoroughly review and revise your portfolio. Ensure that it is well-organized, coherent, and meets any specific requirements assigned by your instructor.

Remember to enjoy the process and choose a topic that genuinely interests you. Good luck with your research!