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Use the recommended links to get you started.  If you are still in need of addtional sources, use google to help you get to them.  Please be careful not to use other student projects as resources.  Look for accurate, authoritative sites.  Don't forget to check each sites' sponsorship and authorship for reliability. 



  • Friday, Feb 17, 2017 to Friday, Feb 17, 2017: Content Objectives
    We will find 2 relevant, academic articles on our topics from the web and in print.

    We will print/copy/download our articles.

    We will cite them in Noodle.
  • Friday, Feb 17, 2017 to Friday, Feb 17, 2017: Language Objectives
    We will discuss our topics with our partners to develop our research strategy.

    We will skim and read through sources to identify useful information.

    We will use Noodle to correctly cite our sources in MLA 8 format.

Newspapers from the Tens

  • Library of Congress Historic Newspapers
    While the coverage is American, you can use these historic examples to help you model your newspaper.
  • World War I
    While this is another American source, you can find primary sources that you could use to incorporate into your paper, really great pictures, for example. Includes a timeline and excellent essays.

MLA & Noodle


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