The guidelines for all projects are found in the Rule Book. Any violation of the rules found in the book will result in a reduction of points. You may want to download it for easier access.
Use this link to access the rule book and find your project description:
This is the rubric I follow for Grading can be found at the following web address:
This website will assist you with the creation of your annotated bibliography:
List only those sources that you used to develop your entry. An annotation normally should be only 1-3 sentences long.
- Source (example):
Bates, Daisy. The Long Shadow of Little Rock. 1st ed. New York: David McKay Co. Inc., 1962.
- Annotation (example):
Daisy Bates was the president of the Arkansas NAACP and the one who met and listened to the students each day. This first-hand account was very important to my paper because it made me more aware of the feelings of the people involved.
- Use this cite to create your website. If you do not create your project through the NHD website creator as instructed in class you will not receive credit:
- How to create a historical website: http://nhd.org/CategoryWebsite.htm
- Website examples:
- The Camp David Accords: A Turning Point in U.S. Foreign Policy
"The Emancipation Proclamation for the Disabled"
- This should help you create your project. http://nhd.org/CategoryDocumentary.htm
- Look to the right of the screen and you will see an example. You can also search youtube for NHD Documentary examples.
- This cite should help you create your performance: http://nhd.org/CategoryPerformance.htm
- An example can be found on the bottom right of the page. You can also talk to Joseph Foy, Ryan Kimble, or Peyton Holland to see what it takes to create a successful performance.
- This should help you create your paper: http://nhd.org/CategoryPaper.htm.