You will have three weeks to finish this project. One day in class for directions and example and two days in the library. Any additional time required will be done at home. Follow the checklist of due dates.
Historical Research Project
Step 1: Research your history maker and find his or her contributions towards the American Revolution. Based on the research determine two learner profile traits that match.
Step 2: Develop your inquiry (research) questions using Bloom’s taxonomy. Create at least one question for each tier of Bloom’s taxonomy. Refer to the Bloom’s graphic organizer to formulate tiered research questions reflective of your topic.
Step 3: Use the Inquiry Questions checklist to self-evaluate before submitting your questions for evaluation and approval.
Step 4: Use questions to direct library research using at least three different types of library resources (non-fiction print resources, encyclopedia, Internet, etc.). Record notes and citations using Note Card graphic organizer. Use the checklist to self-evaluate.
Step 6: Create a visual representation that includes the final copy form of your research: Hanger Moblie– History Makers Name, 8 relevant pictures or illustrations supporting the learner profile trait and/or contributions to the American Revolution, student name, class
Type research and hit enter. Click on Research Tools Tab and tools for getting started. Use tutorial to complete assignment!
Create a hanger mobile that visually depicts your History Maker's traits and contributions to the American Revolution. See the example in class on how it should look. The best type of string to use is yard or gift ribbon. Include four pictures per learner profile, with descriptions supporting choice and contributions made to the American Revolution.
You must use at least three resources during the completion of this project (at least one book and one online.)
Books (refer to the school library)