If you would like extra credit, here is your chance. This project is worth 10 bonus points. You may add these points to a test, project, or assignment of your choosing. If you do not indicate the name of the assignment, I will add points to an assignment in the area that I feel will benefit you most.
Watch the following movie: Molly: An American Girl of the Home Front
You might be able to rent this movie from your local library. It is also available to rent on Netflix, Amazon, and Google for a small fee.
Watch the movie, make 5 connections to our history unit, and explain them. Each connection should be 3-5 sentences. Type this in up and email it to your teacher by Friday, March 12th. Don't forget to include the name of the assignment that you would like your teacher to add your bonus points to.
Here are some examples of propaganda.
Here are some covers from the past.
Here are some covers from the past. Generally students illustrate their own covers. We have had some pretty amazing ones in the past.
Here are some articles.
Here is a great example of a political cartoon about appeasement. On the next page the student has highlighted words that he put in his glossary. This person has also done a great job with citations.
Here is a great example of formatting. This person has also done a a great job with the appeasement article on the next page. I love how he has mixed his hand drawn images with a digital image.
Here is a picture of a map showing where the Japanese Internment camp locations. This person has used a map from clip art, but they have done a great job making it their own.
This is an article that a student wrote about one of his family members. He has included telegrams, family photos, and pictures of metals.
Student created advertisement for Oreos Cookies.
Here is a map that a student created.
Here is a political cartoon about appeasement.
We are getting ready to roll out the red carpet and celebrate individuals or groups who have gone above and beyond on their magazine project. The following awards will be selected from each team.
2. Cut, color, and glue the maps in your packet to match the pictures below.