IMPORTANT HANDOUTS FOR UNIT 1
This rubric will be used to grade the quality of the writing assignments we produce in class. Please be sure that you look over the descriptions in order to gain a better idea of what should be included in your writing.
This will help with basic rules as to how one should go about writing for Social Studies as well as how one should organize writing when writing persuasive essays.
Instructs students how to write a thesis statement. Also helps students to identify strong and weak examples of thesis statements to help support understanding.
A standardized model that student can follow to help gain information on how the Social Studies Department at GHS expects students to conduct research papers (and project when applicable). The stylebook was designed by the Social Studies Department at GHS to help provide clarity for students regarding a complex process.
The sights, sounds, and action of a movie help bring a subject to life. Create polished movies in about a minute using the AutoMovie feature. Windows Live Movie Maker has prompts to help you upload and share your movies on YouTube or to burn a DVD for your class.
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A Pocket Guide to Writing in History Paperback Book Guide For History Undergrad & Graduate Students. Designed as a valuable reference for students in any undergraduate history course, this guide offers all the advice students need to write effective history papers. This fourth edition introduces students to working with historical sources, conducting research, following the conventions of writing in history, avoiding plagiarism, quoting and documenting sources, and consolidating ideas and facts into clear, coherent papers.
Students will analyze the strange practices of this civilization to gain a better understanding of the role that perspective plays and it's importance in understanding history.