Elements Project

Project Guidelines

  • For this project, you will research an element on the periodic table
  • Your assigned element will be between atomic numbers 1 to 20. For your element, you will create: 
    • A research summary with a works consulted page
    • A creative poster to present to your classmates

Works Consulted

  • Keep track of your sources as soon as you find them
  • Minimum of three total informational sources for this project

Online Encyclopedias (on NoodleTools: website web page [can fill out all information needed; use citation box])

Websites (on NoodleTools: website → web page [need to hunt around on the page for information])

Images

  • Using the Photos for Class image website ensures the citation will be built into the image itself
  • If not using the Photos for Class website, your image URLs must be listed on the last slide of your presentation (titled "Image Citations")
  • When searching within Google Images, choose Tools  Usage Rights  Creative Commons licenses

Online Encyclopedias

Websites

Solar System Project

Project Guidelines

  • You will conduct weekly research and produce a Works Consulted of all your sources
  • You will produce two major pieces of work and participate in a final all-class exercise
    • Presentation: four-minute talk accompanied with a detailed visual in the form of a poster or slides
    • Physical model: detailed hand-crafted representation of the Sun or assigned planet
    • Simulated Solar System: scaled down representation of the solar system in which all project participants will assemble outdoors with their final models to recreate the orbits of the planets around the Sun

Works Consulted

  • Keep track of your sources as soon as you find them
  • Minimum of three total sources for this project
Judaism Project

Works Consulted

  • You must use a minimum of TWO sources
  • Sources may only be from online or print encyclopedias and books (no websites)

Images

  • Using the Photos for Class image website ensures the citation will be built into the image itself
  • If not using the Photos for Class website, your image URLs must be listed on the last slide of your presentation (titled "Image Citations")
  • When searching within Google Images, choose Tools  Usage Rights  Creative Commons licenses

 

    Encyclopedias

    Books

    • On loan from MS Library in the Religion room; you can also use the library catalog to find books on your topic
    Hindu Gods & Goddesses Project

    Works Consulted

    • You must use a minimum of TWO sources
      • If using a website not listed here, you MUST fill out a website evaluation form. Share it with Ms. Molina to get it approved BEFORE you begin using the website for research.

    Images

    • All image URLs must be listed on the last slide of your presentation (titled "Image Citations")
    • Choose Google Images  Tools  Usage Rights  Creative Commons licenses

    Books

    • Available on the book cart; you can also use the library catalog to find books on your topic
    Great Speeches Project

    Project Guidelines

    • You will be assigned a great speech in history. Using primary and secondary sources, you will develop research questions and research:
      • the person who delivered the speech
      • the time period in which the speech was given
    • You will produce a written essay, a declamation presentation, and a Works Consulted

    Works Consulted

    • Keep track of your sources as soon as you find them
    • Minimum of three total sources for this project