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Last Updated: Jan 8, 2013 URL: http://libguides.mpsaz.net/middle_ages Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome Students

Welcome to the Middle Ages!  Here you will find many resource tools that will guide you in your research.  Don't forget to click on the tabs at the top for additional Medieval information. 

 

Encyclopedia Britannica

Great place to start your research!  Type your subject in the box above to access all Britannica has to offer.

 

Find It At Your Library

Check out your school library to see if you have these and other great books about the Middle Ages. 

Click on this link to go to your school's library catalogue.

A Medieval Feast
By: Aliki

How Castles Were Built
By:  Peter Hicks

Knights
By:  Catherine Daly-Weir

 

Life in a Medieval Village
By:  Gwyneth Morgan

Research Tips and Techniques

Click on the links below to find simple steps to creating a great research paper.

 

Big 6 & Super 3
by Helen Darcy, Nancy Simmons, Stephanie Stork - Last Updated Oct 19, 2009
How to use Big 6 or Super 3 for researching.
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Magazines and Journals

Research databases
 

Facts on File

 

Facts on File offers access to multiple encyclopedic articles pertaining to medieval times. 

 

Websites

Looking for great websites for general information about the Middle Ages?  Click on the links below to be directed to recommended sites. 

History for Kids

Learner Interactives

History Learning Sites

Citation

Citation is a very important part of research.  Here are some resources to help you understand how to create works cited pages and the reasons why you need to.

NoodleBib

NoodleBib is an online citation creator tool.  Just type in the information about your source and NoodleBib will create your citation for you.  Then copy and paste your newly created citation into a word document in order to create a works cited page. 

Copyright Simplified for Students and Teachers
by Laura Sears - Last Updated Feb 27, 2013
This guide will give students and teachers copyright information and guidelines for research and Internet publication.
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Robson Elementary

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2122 E. Pueblo Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85204
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Field Elementary

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Vanessa Mayberry
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Ebooks

Ebooks are a great resource tool.  To access Ebooks go to MPS Parent Portal and click on the Library icon to view your school library catalog.

A Day in the Life of a Knight     By: Andrea Hopkins

Recipes for a Medieval Feast   By: Janey Levy

Knight Life                                     By: Jim Gigliotti

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