Friday, May 25th.
Your final 6 citations and annotations are due on Tuesday, May 29th. Print outs are due by May 30th. I will grade your final copy with all 12 citations and annotations in hard copy. Please turn your rubric in with your Annotated Works Cited. Mr. B. has instructions, or check out this page: https://noodletools.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/6000055017-how-to-print-export-your-source-list
I have provided feedback this week on your citations and annotations. See your rubric if you have questions. Extra copies are available in the library. Many of you need to edit both your citations and annotations more carefully. Remember, source selection was an important criteria for your project. You were to use a variety of source formats, and all of your sources should be accurate, authoritative, and academic. Again, refer to your rubric, which is included below. I also have provided some exemplars from your peers.
Last, download your annotated Works Cited and share it with me via Turnitin. Directions to follow after Memorial Day.
Start with US History in Context, an amazing resource both for browsing and searching. Articles, media, citations, and so much more.
Use these databases to locate overviews, primary resources, biogrpahies, multimedia, and periodical articles about many of your topics. IDS and PWs needed from home, available in the library.
Use the following directories of recommended sites to locate the very best sources of web-based historical information.
The library has a great collection of books covering American History, and the ability to borrow books from any library across the state. To get started, the below link will bring you to the library catalog. Keep your search simple, ask for help if you can't find what you are looking for.