This page is mostly a list of links to sources meant to aid you in your project. If there is a link that should be here and is not, let me know and I will add it.
- Project Calendar (Yellow section)
- A chronological view
- Project Checklist (identical to the copy I have for your team)
- CE9 Wiki (Where you write, edit, and publish your work).
- The main Living Histories Website
Parts of the Project:
- Topics List
- Dialectic Notes (see section on researching below)
- What pages go in our project, again?�
- Template for setting up your site.
- Historical Overview Here is a model (the dog essay) to show you how to weave in and cite your sources in the text. It also gives you an example for an introduction, thesis statement, topic sentence, and conclusion. The file is a pdf document.
- Genre choices !!!! > Figure out what you want to say and why BEFORE you choose the genre with which to say it.
- Prologue and Epilogue
- Creating a works cited page
- About your 10 hyperlinks: Make ten links throughout the project. These links are not to your sources, but are instead general links that enhance your project. Link to interesting sites, documents, or images that add to your project. The links can be in any of your documents.
Presenting our project:
How will we be graded?
Whiteboard, includes the following information:
- narrowing your topic
- focusing your research
- making it multigenre
- links to some great history sites