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Class Projects

Class Projects

This page will be link to resources for any class projects you may be working on. Check here for web links, database sources, book suggestions or other handouts that will help you with your research.

Click on the link below for a handout with links for different career information sites.

E-Books for U.S. History (#1)

Titles cover from the American Revolution to the Industrial Revolution. Interactive e-books with Timelines and maps.

User name: woosterms Password: woosterms

E-Books for U.S. History (#2)

 Click on the link above for several interactive e-books for U.S. History. If the page does not open to the books, click on the link Library Access from the menu on the top right, then choose Wooster Middle School. Click on any of the book titles to open.

E-Books for U.S. History (#3)

Assorted books on U.S. History. and science.

Interactive History

HISTOGRAPHY  is a website visualization of world history that can be explored many different ways. There is a timeline containing dots representing historical events from the last four hundred years. Clicking a dot presents an event, date, and image along with a link to a Wikipedia article. Clicking related events, show users historical points that are connected to the original article. Users can also explore the resources by choosing selected events from categories such as art, disasters, and discoveries. Resources can also be accessed by selecting from editorial stories. http://histography.io/


Persuasive Essay

Open these links for tips on writing a Persuasive Essay

Writing Powerful Persuasive Pieces (e-book)

This is a link to an e-book in Destiny. You'll need to log in with you Destiny account to access it.
Open the link Follett Shelf from the menu on the left side of the page to access the book.
Click here for a handout on how to log into Destiny or see Mr. Barlow if you have any questions.

How to Create an Outline for an Argumentative Paper
Having difficulty starting that argumentative paper? Creating an outline can be a useful strategy for organizing your thoughts.

Purdue OWL: Argument Paper
This resource outlines the generally accepted structure for introductions, body paragraphs, and conclusions in an argument paper.

Persuasion Map—Online Only
Map out your argument for your persuasive essay here.

Science Grade 8

Periodic Table Links

Crash Course on Physics