Class topics that have a direct relation to the course can take a great deal of work. Students who want to learn about social studies will be required to include the term "country," "culture," and any other phrase that relate to the subject. This will take a great deal of research.
Lastly, there are class topics that have no exact connection to the main body of the class. This can include reading and newspaper articles, documentaries, and any other type of research. Students who wish to present an unbiased view of the topic should do so by describing the topics that were covered. These topics could be anything from events such as the riots to major events like the death of President Kennedy.