U.S. History Template
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U.S. History Template
This page is a guide for how students must create their U.S. History Scoop.it research projects.
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Informative & Reflective Writing

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Using the paragraph diagram, type 2, 12-sentence paragraphs over the topic and its significance. Explain the era and issues and reflect on it. Were the decisions and events done correctly or justly? Could something else have been done instead? Explain.

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Secondary Source #3

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Post a website on the historical topic you are researching. Make sure to read and review it to be sure of its content and its significance.

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Secondary Source #1

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Post a website on the historical topic you are researching. Make sure to read and review it to be sure of its content and its significance.

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Connection to Today #1

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Post a website that conveys a connection from the time period or issue to today. For instance, the issues of labor from the late 1800's, could be connected to strikes that are happening today, so post a website on strikes that are happening today.

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Primary Source #3

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A primary source over the era in history relating to the focus questions. It must include a minimum 7 sentence annotation & explanation of the document and what you can learn from it about the time period. Examples of primary sources: autobiographies, letters, speeches, government documents. They must be from the time period you are researching.

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Primary Source #1

Primary Source #1 | U.S. History Template | Scoop.it

A primary document over the era in history relating to the focus questions. It must include a minimum 7 sentence annotation & explanation of the document and what you can learn from it about the time period.Examples of primary sources: autobiographies, letters, speeches, government documents. They must be from the time period you are researching.

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iMovie over Historical Topic

iMovie over Historical Topic | U.S. History Template | Scoop.it

Create an iMovie using the iMovie rubric over the historical topic. Make it clean and crisp with audio, music, images, explanations, reflections and connections for why it is important and relates to issues of today.

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Secondary Source # 2

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Post a website on the historical topic you are researching. Make sure to read and review it to be sure of its content and its significance.

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Connection to Today #2

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Post a website that conveys a connection from the time period or issue to today. For instance, the issues of labor from the late 1800's, could be connected to strikes that are happening today, so post a website on strikes that are happening today.

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Vocabulary Section

Vocabulary Section | U.S. History Template | Scoop.it

After researching the content and reading the documents, create a list of 10 vocabulary words that your reader might find difficult to comprehend. Post the list with definitions and CREATE sentences for each showing how the word is used.

 

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                                             Progressive Era Vocabulary

 

1. Partition- a structure dividing a space into two parts, esp. a light interior wall.

I could not see Brianna in the other room because the partition was in the way.

 

2. Pretense- an attempt to make something that is not the case appear true.

Many meat packing companies keep up the pretense that their factories are clean.

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Primary Source #2

Primary Source #2 | U.S. History Template | Scoop.it

A primary document over the era in history relating to the focus questions. It must include a minimum 7 sentence annotation & explanation of the document and what you can learn from it about the time period.Examples of primary sources: autobiographies, letters, speeches, government documents. They must be from the time period you are researching.

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