You can learn about diabetes - plus educate your classmates and teachers - by thinking of diabetes first when planning a report or project.
Types of Assignments
Reports. Written or spoken informative presentations. You might present a report about diabetes in your health or science class or for a public speaking assignment in speech class.
Projects. Seek to demonstrate a scientific principle (example: how to detect starch in food).
Experiments. More advanced than projects and often entered in school, county, state, even national science fairs. You identify an original question, then formulate a possible explanation (a "hypothesis"), design an experiment, and conduct the experiment that will prove or disprove the hypothesis.
Check your school or community library for books that provide science project and experiment ideas. An Internet search will turn up lots of tips and ideas, too.