To Do

2/10/14

Check your email address is correct

Finish your writing from today and post to blog

Read the history assignment on the blog and talk to your neighbors about it

Write or revise your dialogue or fist person narrative

Begin research for your history project

Improve functionality or design of blog

Catch up with reflective writing (or responses to reading) or key terms

2/20/14

Upload Collage of scavenger hunt photos

Upload Response to Gornick and Whitehead

Upload Draft of Dialogue

Upload Pre-Write for Museum

Upload Proposal

Upload Reverse Engineering

Third Reflection

2/26/14

Upload Proposal

3/7/14

Writing: Response to Milgram and Whyte

Writing: Final version of History Project Due posted to Blog by Friday Mar 7, 5 p.m

Writing: Response to peer’s history project

Writing: Response to Luo

Writing: Cognitive Mapping Report

Writing: Key Term 4

Writing: Write about what I have learned about being a historian and a history writer

Response to Milgram and Whyte

Key Term 5

Key Term 6

Response to Luo

Proposal for Quantitative Data Analysis Project

Quantitative Data analysis Draft

3/24/14

Final Quantitative Data Analysis Project (GOOD TITLE, ADDITIONAL SOURCES, GRAPH)

Luo Response

Fine Response

Bengali Response

Midterm Reflection

Introduction

-Literature Review (Mini)

(1) Why the project matters

(2) What we already know

-Research Question

-Research Plan

Who, why it’s a good choice, when and how?

 

 

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