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The history notebook plays a vital role in the United States history class. It contains all the information based upon the standards of the course. Links are provided to inform students on how to properly assemble the notebook for various assignments.
- How To: People to Know
- How To: Lecture Notes
- How To: Notebook Examples
- How To: Vocabulary
- How To: Write Better Answers
- Quotes for an Article
- Argumentative Paragraph
- Quotes for Argumentative Paragraph
- Research Paper
- Quotes for Research Paper
- MLA Style Format for Citations
- Editor's Proofreading Marks
- Style Guidelines for Writing
- Typing Resources
Primary Source Worksheets
Students will complete many worksheets answering questions about primary source documents. An example paper is provided above.
Students will learn the fundamentals of preparing for and delivering a speech in front of an audience. Students, on average, will be giving at least one speech per quarter based upon reading topics.
Students can watch lectures via slideshows to cover important events in United States history.