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    Scott Fitzgerald || J.Emily M, Sydney, Tori, Christie
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    Edgar Hoover || CLarenceBilly Clark, Chris Knott, Cait Bendig
    CLarence
    Darrow || AdolfAdrianna, Colleen, Connor, Andrew
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    Hitler || HerbertWill Paul, Gary Bone, Nick Ricci
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    Hoover || SaccoBrady McNab, Jack Walsh, Sean McCloskey
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    and Vanzetti || || Group Member || Teresa || Mary M. || Emily M. || Billy Clark || Adriana || Will Paul || Brady McNab || Tim Weaver || || Group Member || Kelsey || Jen S. || Sydney || Chris Knott || Colleen || Nick Ricci || Sean McClosky ||Weaver, Tom Narisi || || Group Member || Katie || || Tori || Cait Bendig || Connor || Gary Bone || Jack Walsh ||Narisi, Matt Cabrera || || Group Member || || || Christie || || Andrew || || ||Cabrera, Eric ||
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    W. E. B. DuBois
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    Marcus Garvey
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    William
    William Jennings Bryan
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    J. Edgar Hoover
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    T. S. Elliot
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    E. E. Cummings
    Rebecca
    Rebecca Ann Latimar
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    F. Scott Fitzgerald
    Charles
    Charles Lindbergh
    Clarence
    Clarence Birdseye
    Alexander
    Alexander Flemming
    Jimmy
    Jimmy Doolittle
    Thomas
    Thomas Midgeley, Jr.
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Thursday, December 3

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    Click here to sign up for your character
    Directions:
    Create a profile using the name, birth location and birthday (month and day… you will not be able to fill in the correct year because it does not go earlier than 1900) of the person you have signed up to research.
    Download a photo of the person from the internet to post as your profile picture.
    Fill in relevant information as you create your profile.
    In the headline box, write the names of all the people in your group.
    In the text box, produce relevant information about your person. It should be a minimum of four, 5-8 sentence paragraphs. Who are they, what makes them important, and most importantly what is their connection with American Imperialism/the Spanish American War? Grammar and plagiarism rules are in effect! You should put this IN YOUR OWN WORDS. This means that you should read four or five sources about your person (which you will site in your bibliography), then from what you learned, write your own original sentences about this person. JUST READING A SOURCE AND REWORDING IT IS PLAGAIRISM!
    Add a minimum of five photos. The person does not need to be pictured in the photo. Include photos of the actual events that they were involved with. Imagine what kinds of photos they would have taken during their involvement in the event. If possible, add videos (there are many places to search for videos... the history channel's website, google video, etc...).
    Based on your research, find at least five other members of this social network who your person would have been associated with (they don't need to have been friends with that person, just people they would have had some form of association with). Friend those people, and on their wall, write a three sentence explanation for how your person would have been involved with this friend. (i.e., if you were writing on my wall, you would write “I was a student in your class during the 2009-2010 school year. You taught me American history. We covered such topics as government and industrialization.”)
    Create a blog on your page which will serve as your bibliography. The bibliography MUST be incorrect MLA format in order to receive full credit. Remember, this will be checked for plagiarism, so be careful what you write!
    Answer the discussion question featured on the forum page.
    When you are finished, take time to look at the profiles created by the rest of the class. Use this as a great study guide to help you to prepare for our next test!
    You must return the attached rubric to Miss Goldsmith in order to receive a grade.
    Progressive Era Webquest
    Women’s Suffrage
    1. Create a timeline of listing 10 historic events or people related to women’s suffrage ending with the passage of the 19th Amendment.
    2.Find and posta political cartoon relating to women’s suffrage.
    3.Write an article for your newsletter in support of women’s suffrage.
    William “Boss” Tweed
    1.Write a short biography of William “Boss” Tweed.
    2. Find and post a political cartoon by Thomas Nast on the Tweed Ring.
    3. Write an article for your newsletter exposing the corruption of “Boss” Tweed.
    Settlement Houses
    1.Write a short biography of Jane Addams.
    2.Write a history of Hull House.
    3.Create an advertisement for your newsletter. This advertisement will attempt to attract immigrants to use Hull House.
    Tenement Life
    1.Write a short biography of Jacob Riis.
    2.Find and post two photographs by Jacob Riis of tenement life.
    3.Write an article on the living conditions in a tenement on the lower East Side in the late 1800s.
    Temperance Movement
    1.Write a short biography of Carrie Nation.
    2.Find and post a political cartoon on the Temperance Movement or Prohibition.
    3.Write a speech or article for your newsletter in favor of temperance.
    Child Labor
    1. Write a speech or article against the use of children in factories.
    2. Find and post pictures from Lewis Hine.
    3. Find and include a copy of New York State’s child labor law.
    Anti-Lynching Movement
    1. Find either three pictures or political cartoons on lynching in the South.
    2. Write an article on the founding of the N.A.A.C.P.
    3. Write a speech to be give in Congress opposing lynching in the South.
    Theodore Roosevelt
    -Jen Stephenson, Mary Murphy, and Lucy Hu
    1. Write a short biography on Theodore Roosevelt.
    2. Find at least three political cartoons on Roosevelt to include in your newsletter.
    3. Write an article explaining why Roosevelt is called “The Most Progressive President”
    Progressive Era Newsletter RUBRIC
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    Follows most of assigned format.
    Has some components of assigned format.
    Does not follow assigned format.
    Carefully organized
    Good overall structure.
    Satisfactorily organized
    Poorly organized.
    Clearly displays students’ understanding of Progressive Era.
    Shows some understanding of the Progressive Era.
    Shows little understanding of the Progressive Era.
    Shows no understanding of the Progressive Era.
    Few grammatical errors
    Some grammatical errors
    Many grammatical errors
    Grammatical errors make it impossible to understand
    Uses multiple sources of information. Contains bibliography.
    Uses several sources of information. Contains bibliography.
    Uses few sources of information. No evidence of using sources listed.
    Shows evidence of little or no research. No bibliography.
    Graphics are effectively used
    Graphics are used
    Little use of graphics. Graphics do not add to the project.
    Graphics are not used, or are inappropriate
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    Progressive Era Webquest
    Women’s Suffrage
    1. Create a timeline of listing 10 historic events or people related to women’s suffrage ending with the passage of the 19th Amendment.
    2.Find and posta political cartoon relating to women’s suffrage.
    3.Write an article for your newsletter in support of women’s suffrage.
    William “Boss” Tweed
    1.Write a short biography of William “Boss” Tweed.
    2. Find and post a political cartoon by Thomas Nast on the Tweed Ring.
    3. Write an article for your newsletter exposing the corruption of “Boss” Tweed.
    Settlement Houses
    1.Write a short biography of Jane Addams.
    2.Write a history of Hull House.
    3.Create an advertisement for your newsletter. This advertisement will attempt to attract immigrants to use Hull House.
    Tenement Life
    1.Write a short biography of Jacob Riis.
    2.Find and post two photographs by Jacob Riis of tenement life.
    3.Write an article on the living conditions in a tenement on the lower East Side in the late 1800s.
    Temperance Movement
    1.Write a short biography of Carrie Nation.
    2.Find and post a political cartoon on the Temperance Movement or Prohibition.
    3.Write a speech or article for your newsletter in favor of temperance.
    Child Labor
    1. Write a speech or article against the use of children in factories.
    2. Find and post pictures from Lewis Hine.
    3. Find and include a copy of New York State’s child labor law.
    Anti-Lynching Movement
    1. Find either three pictures or political cartoons on lynching in the South.
    2. Write an article on the founding of the N.A.A.C.P.
    3. Write a speech to be give in Congress opposing lynching in the South.
    Theodore Roosevelt
    -Jen Stephenson, Mary Murphy, and Lucy Hu
    1. Write a short biography on Theodore Roosevelt.
    2. Find at least three political cartoons on Roosevelt to include in your newsletter.
    3. Write an article explaining why Roosevelt is called “The Most Progressive President”
    Progressive Era Newsletter RUBRIC
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    3
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    EXCEEDS STANDARD
    MEETS STANDARD
    APPROACHES STANDARD
    BELOW STANDARD
    Follows assigned format
    Follows most of assigned format.
    Has some components of assigned format.
    Does not follow assigned format.
    Carefully organized
    Good overall structure.
    Satisfactorily organized
    Poorly organized.
    Clearly displays students’ understanding of Progressive Era.
    Shows some understanding of the Progressive Era.
    Shows little understanding of the Progressive Era.
    Shows no understanding of the Progressive Era.
    Few grammatical errors
    Some grammatical errors
    Many grammatical errors
    Grammatical errors make it impossible to understand
    Uses multiple sources of information. Contains bibliography.
    Uses several sources of information. Contains bibliography.
    Uses few sources of information. No evidence of using sources listed.
    Shows evidence of little or no research. No bibliography.
    Graphics are effectively used
    Graphics are used
    Little use of graphics. Graphics do not add to the project.
    Graphics are not used, or are inappropriate

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