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Mrs. Breland's  English III  Term Paper

Career Links:
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2002-03 Edition
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives.  Revised every two years, the Handbook describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.
Find out how to make cash and review career options.

Mrs. Cortine's  English IV Term Paper

Seniors, dear seniors get on the ball!
For soon it will be time for the prom in the study hall!

General Topics:
When it comes to information, Infoplease delivers. Visitors
can tap into 10 topical menus, from Biographies to Weather. Each menu is supported by a selection of features, encyclopedia articles (more than 57,000) and related links.
The site's atlas serves up easy-to-read country maps showing major cities and political boundaries.

Library of Congress
More than 119 million items are shelved at 101 Independence Ave. in Washington D.C., but the treasures of the Library of Congress extend beyond its walls. Begin your online tour at the library's American Memory Historical Collections, which include everything from the African-American Pamphlet Collection to Recordings from World War I and the 1920 Election. Kids will enjoy America's Story from America's Library, a history site featuring digitized letters, records, tapes, films and other media. If you're in a museum mood, stroll over to the library's Exhibitions.

Mrs. Stuart's World War I Projects

Projects are due on or before April 5, 2002.  April 5 is the last day to turn them in and absolutely NO projects will be accepted after that date.  If you know you will be absent that day, FOR ANY REASON, be sure to turn in your project early or send it to school by someone else.
Requirements:  Projects must contain material relevant to World War I.  You can be as creative as you like.  Projects are worth TWO test grades and project is required, not optional.
Some examples you may do , but not RESTRICTED to are:
Illustrations of seppelins, dogfights, tanks (the kind that were used in WWI), sea battles, Royal Families of  WWI, the sinking of the Lusitania, the assasination in Sarajevo of Archduke Ferdinan, palaces, revolutionary, mobs, recruiting posters, modesl of tanks or planes (as long as that particular type was actually used in WWI).  You may also crate a newspaper with war stories. and illustrations, an illustrated time line, or illustrated journals or letters from soldiers to home.

Welcome to "The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century" Web site, a multimedia production that encompasses television, online and print media to explore the history and effect of World War I. "The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century" television series went beyond the military and political history of World War I to reveal its ongoing social, cultural and personal impact. This companion Web site provides greater depth to the events, places and figures addressed in the television series.
You are at the "Trenches" Home Page. These pages contain information on the people, places, and events that comprised one of the worst calamities of modern history. Entire kingdoms were to vanish in the clash. The map makers of the world would be busy indeed!
Many great WWI links.
 Online photographs of World War I.
Women in World War One
Thirty thousand women participated in WWI as nurses in the nurse corps. During WWI the US began to allow women into the rank and file.

Ms. Eubank's
Marine Biology Research Project
1.  Seafloor Characteristics

2.  Animals:
    -sea urchin




    -Sea stars
    This site has a movie on how a sea star moves.  Scroll about half way down the page.

    -sea snail


    -sea anemone
   This is an entire ebook about sea anemones.


3.  Plants:

    -surf grass


4.  Intertidal Communities

Ms. Eubank's
Coral Reef Scrapbook Assignment

Due: May 3rd

Use the internet, magazines, pictures, etc. to creat a scrapbook on coral reefs.
*Creativity is a must!
*Use drawings or pictures that are colored or shade each using markers or pencils.

*a cover page
*an index with:
    -characteristics of coral reefs
    -types of coral reefs
    -location of coral reefs
    -the largest coral reef
    -animals of the coral reefs
    -predators of the coral reefs
    -environmental effects on coral reefs
* a back cover

**can be put in binder or folder

Suggested Links

Characteristics of coral reefs

Types of coral reefs

location of coral reefs

largest coral reef

animals of coral reefs

predators of coral reefs

environmental effects on coral reefs

Mrs. Stuart's World War II Project

Thursday, April 25, 2002.
All work (questions) is due Monday, April 20-COMPLETED.  You may use any source (internet, other books) to help you answer the questions.  The chapters in your book are chapters 29-31.

23.  Japanese suicide missions in which a pilot crashed his plane loaded with explosives into an America ship the Japanese   word meaning "divine wind"

24.  U.S. president when WWII began

25.  Japanese admiral who led the attack on Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941.

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