Ms. Farley's People Poster Project
Groliers Online Encyclopedia-available through the "Favorite" star in Explorer.
Use "Web links" on right hand sidebar for additional links for your author.
Using Google? Use the "advanced search" function to add more words to your search!
Print resources: Go to the REFERENCE SECTION of the library (next to the LAPTOP BAR) to find "Masterplots" series, as well as WORLD LITERATUR CRITICISM and AMERICAN LITERATURE CRITICISM/
MR. Ericson's CBA
Wednesday: Download this Word Doc assignment: In-Text Citations
To get started finding a topic or finding some simple background information check out this website that is full of Turning Points in American History: http://www.archives.gov/education/history-day/turning-points/
More Topic Ideas can be found in this: Timeline
DON'T WAIT!!! Cite each website as you go so you don't have to try and find it again. Open a new tab and go to http://www.easybib.com Copy/paste the URL address into the auto cite feature. Easy Bib will make a correct MLA citation for you. All you have to do is copy and paste it into a WORD document. Save your Word doc as your Work Cited page and add to it each day you research.
Marine Organisms LINKS
Proquest under "Favorites" (the yellow star)
Baum's Annotations and In-Text Citations
Go to: http://www.easybib.com
Download this doc and save it: Website Annotation
Download this doc and save it: In-Text Citation
Website Credablility: You decide!
Download this document to begin: Compare 2 Websites
AP Lang/Comp: Controversy Debate
Direct link to SIRS Database:
Enter the school ID and Password then select the link to SIRS Knowledge Source
Downloadable Research Guides
Mr. Erickson's class cite this Website: http://www.wsu.edu/~dee/REFORM/LUTHER.HTM
Mr. Sparling Rhetorical Devices
Mr. Campbell's Northwest Natives Project Helpful Web Links
American Indians of the Pacific Northwest
Search your specific tribe plus key words like (Tradition, Culture, History, Art, etc.)
Make sure you check FULL TEXT ONLY before your search.
Tons of links!!
Ms. Baumgartner: The Great Depression
Download the Research Guide and record your reseach.
Some Helpful Websites
PBS- General information, images and video
America from the Great Depression to World War II; Photographs from the FSA-OWI, 1935-1945 (Library of Congress)
Who the Great Depression affected
Aspects of life during the 1930s
Crashing Hopes: The Great Depression-A History professor’s notes
Ms.Farley: POETRY Links!
Poetry Archive- Recordings of poets reading their work
Poets –Search for any poem or poet
Poetry (Library of Congress) –Find your poet using the search feature
Poets.org - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More - Poem In Your Pocket Day - Search for any poem or poet
NewsHour Extra: Poetry-Cool stuff!
Mr. Arko's Holocaust Children's Book Project
Ms. Farley: Animal Farm Wordle
1. Go to Grolier's for background information
From the RRHS Library page, go to the Favorites star>Grolier's Online Encyclopedia>High School and search your topic
Collect some key words and concepts that you can search in Google
2. Use Google advanced search to find websites that will give you more insight into your person or topic
3. Look through the books on the cart for additional information.
4. Create your wordle!
Here is how you save it:
1. Save your Wordle as an ImageWriter and Tagged document and save the document in the Media File > RRHS > Dropbox > Farley for 20 points extra credit. (We want to publish the Wordles on our classroom web page.)
Ms. Baumgartner: Government Class
Supreme Court Case Research
Use: Groliers Encyclopedia (in favorites) for background information. You can type in the case or look in the "Supreme Court" entry.
Next, check out these great sites:
Mr. Akiyama's "What color is that famous person?" project
Biography.com has excellent basic biographical information
Go to Internet Explorer
Go to Favorites star
Open "Curricular Websites" folder
Choose "Elibrary and Proquest"
Crazy Horse Electric Game
Rose Bowl Statistics
AP Lit and Comp
Groliers (in the favorites star)
Last Modified on November 21, 2013