Friday, December 4, 2015

Social Studies Essay

Part 1:
Go to Google and search for the person that made your quote, and fill out this form.

Part 2:

Go to the USA Today opinion page, search for an article related to your enduring issue, and fill out this form.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Researching a speech

If you haven't already chosen a speech to research, you can find one here:
Great American Speeches

Once you have a speech, fill out this form: Researching a Speech

Use these websites to find information about the person who gave the speech and the context of the speech:

Monday, April 6, 2015

Important vocabulary

Find an article you like on this WEBSITE

Read the article one or two times.

Copy and Paste the article to this WEBSITE

Answer these questions:

1.  What are the most important words in the essay?
2.  Why are these words important to the essay?
3.  Are there words from the Academic Word List?  What do they mean?
4.  What words are new to you?  Use an online dictionary to look up the words you do not know.

Friday, March 13, 2015

Find a famous quote here

Search for the topic of the quote on Google News

Write a paragraph about the topic and how it applies today and in the past.

Monday, February 23, 2015

Finding Primary Sources

You can Google search for just primary sources!

Infotopia is a website to search for primary sources.

You can find historical pictures at the Smithsonian Picture Archive