Your group will lead a discussion of what you discovered while doing your research. With individuals in your group taking turns leading the discussion, you will:
You should have some visual presentation for the students to
view while you are telling them what you did. For example, you could make a
video of the ants' behavior. Or perhaps you could enlarge some graphs to share
with the class. It is possible that a large drawing or two would help students
better understand your presentation.
It is important for every member of your group to understand each part of your project. This is especially true for understanding the analysis of your data and for the ability to defend your conclusions.