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Tell Me The Story...

Objective: Re-create an aspect of American colonial life that is factually accurate and historically significant.

Process:  Tell a story that demonstrates a deep understanding of some aspect of life in early Colonial America (from 1492-1763).  You may choose the topic from any event, or from the life of any historical figure from the time period.  You may also develop your story around a theme that is historically appropriate to the time period.  your topic may be as broad as "The Life of a Colonial Child" or reflect a very specific, momentary occurrences, like "The death of General Braddock."


Requirements: Demonstrate significant research on your topic.  Ten researched and underlined facts are required.  Your writing must utilize effective grammar and mechanics. (see MLA Formatting tab on library website)

Miniumum Sources: You must demonstrate use of a minimum of three sources.  At least one source must be a primary source.  A "Works Cited" list must be at the end of the story.



    Quick Database Links

    These databases can be accessed at school and at home.  If you are accessing at home, please use log in: laconiahs and password: sachems.

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    Visual Component Tools

    These links will help you with your visual component piece of your project.  Remember this piece should be a "stand alone" product that effectively communicates the key details of the story you told in your written narrative.  This can be a video, artifcat or mural. 


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