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Friday, January 11

  1. page Afterschool Help edited ... is available! Meet with Mrs. Adams from 4:15-5:15 in the media center on the days indicat…
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    is available!
    Meet with Mrs. Adams from 4:15-5:15 in the media center on the days indicated on the calendar below!
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    7:59 am
  2. page home edited Welcome Welcome to NHD/Research! This site has been created to assist students at Gulf Midd…

    Welcome
    Welcome to NHD/Research!
    This site has been created to assist students at Gulf Middle School with their research assignments including the National History Day project.

    We hope to provide links to:
    Some of the best research sites on the Internet for your project including hard-to-find primary sources
    Online databases available to schools in our district
    Free online tools that can provide assistance in information gathering, note-taking and citing sources.
    Mrs. Adams and the Social Studies Department
    Contact Us!

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Tuesday, October 12

  1. page Afterschool Help edited This page is devoted to those students who come for National Afterschool History Fair after sch…
    This page is devoted to those students who come for NationalAfterschool History Fair after school help on Mondays and Wednesdays...
    I will provide further help for you here if I can! ~Mrs.
    is available!
    Meet with Mrs.
    Adams from 4:15-5:15 in the media center on the days indicated on the calendar below!
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    4:17 am
  2. page Helpful Tools edited Some free Web 2.O tools that can help you with your History Fair Project! Organize your Researc…

    Some free Web 2.O tools that can help you with your History Fair Project!
    Organize your Research and Note-taking! (Show your parents and ask them about signing up)
    Edutagger Bookmark your websites and access them from anywhere. A K-12 educational social bookmarking tool.
    Diigo for Education Bookmark online, share, highlight and even add sticky notes to the websites you save! Read more about Diigo 4's new features and how it is being used in schools here...
    Del.icio.us A very popular online social bookmarking site.
    Evernote Use Evernote to save your ideas, things you see, and things you like. Then find them all on any computer or device you use. For free. You can use this site at home, but not at school.
    Proofreading/Plagiarism Tool
    PaperRater

    MLA Bibliography Tools
    BibMe
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Tuesday, April 13

  1. page Afterschool Help edited ... come for National History Fair after school I will provide further help for you here if I …
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    come for National History Fair after school
    I will provide further help for you here if I can! ~Mrs. Adams
    December 2nd
    Matthew...Click here for a primary source (four pages...photos and text...a patent from 1882)
    William...Click here and here and here and here for sources of information and pictures about your project
    Matthew...if you check the website page and use google archive search you will find many articles from the 1880's like this one
    Jael...I didn't have a chance to look at the authority of these articles...but this is from google archive search
    Anna...try this link and thisand this
    Lindsey and Carly here is the link

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  2. page Copyright edited ... Plagiarism According to YourDictionary, plagiarism is defined as “copying or stealing someone…
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    Plagiarism
    According to YourDictionary, plagiarism is defined as “copying or stealing someone else’s words or ideas and claiming or presenting them as if they were your own.”
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    a successful history fairresearch project. Plagiarism
    Copyright and Fair Use
    These resources will help explain Fair Use within the Copyright Law. You must still give appropriate credit to your source.
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  3. page Bibliography edited The Adventures of BIBMAN! by Mrs. Adams {webpage_title_art_3_frames.jpg} This comic strip was…

    The Adventures of BIBMAN! by Mrs. Adams
    {webpage_title_art_3_frames.jpg} This comic strip was made by www.makebeliefscomix.com
    For help creating bibliographies in MLA style
    www.bibman.weebly.com (check out the website for all the comic strips!)
    NHD Bibliography Information Needed worksheet.doc
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  4. page National History Day edited ... Annotated Bibliography The Florida History Fair website For help in putting your NHD projec…
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    Annotated Bibliography
    The Florida History Fair website
    For help in putting your NHD project together:
    Go to the National History Day page on the wiki
    Click on Categories, then click on the category you have chosen (this is the first place to find information)
    Go back to the National History Day page and click on the Florida History Fair link at the bottom of the page
    Scroll down and click on the Student Handbook (PDF) link in the left-hand side on the page.
    Read the pages giving information on your category (I believe they are in alphabetical order...ie: documentary, exhibit, etc...) and review the rubric at the end of each section.

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    8:13 am
  5. page home edited Welcome to NHD Research! NHD/Research! This site ... with their research assignments includ…

    Welcome to NHD Research!NHD/Research!
    This site
    ...
    with their research assignments including the National History
    We hope to provide links to:
    Some of the best research sites on the Internet for your project including hard-to-find primary sources
    Online databases available to schools in our district
    Free online tools that can provide assistance in information gathering, note-taking and citing sources.
    For help in putting your project together:
    Go to the National History Day page on the wiki
    Click on Categories, then click on the category you have chosen (this is the first place to find information)
    Go back to the National History Day page and click on the Florida History Fair link at the bottom of the page
    Scroll down and click on the Student Handbook (PDF) link in the left-hand side on the page.
    Read the pages giving information on your category (I believe they are in alphabetical order...ie: documentary, exhibit, etc...) and review the rubric at the end of each section.

    Mrs. Adams and the Social Studies Department
    Contact Us!
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    8:10 am

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