This is a master list of all of the topics for all classes. Not all topics are used in all classes. This list is not legally binding and may be changed at any time.
Important Forms for March 7-9, 2012
Use these three forms as a guide for your final outline and PowerPoint. Ask if you have any questions.
Putting it All Together
Now that we have written several papers, and read several novels. It is now time to begin the major research project. This project will involve research, analysis, outlining, and ultimately presenting to the class. This is not a major paper, but it will require all the build up and work of a paper. Take a look at the materials and steps below to writing a great research paper.
This unit will focus on an aspect of Ancient Rome, Greece and the Elizabethean English. These topics will prepare us for the final two majors works in this course.
Beginning the Project
Here are a list of the possible topics. Once you select one, you will begin Bibliography and Note cards:
Use these forms in the library in conjunction with your notecards. You will have about ten days in the library, so make them count.
Here are the handouts for the final visual aid, the lesson plan, and final presentation.