Bill of Rights

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Big6: Big6 research model.
Bill of Rights project worksheet: Please fill out this worksheet.
Bill of Rights web page Worksheet: Please fill out this worksheet.
Bill of Rights rubric Worksheet: Please read.
Ms. Valley's Note-taking PowerPoint: Learn how to take notes.
Ms. Valley's Plagiarism web page: Learn how to avoid plagiarism.
Ms. Valley's website evaluation page: Learn how to evaluate web pages/sites
Citing Sources MLA Style:
Citation Maker: Here is a great tool for interactively citing your book, online database, WWW, and lots of other types of sources!
Citing electronic sources: How to cite electronic sources using the MLA Style.
Citing those sources: An interactive tutorial that explains copyright, fair use, public domain, and answers other copyright questions. It is fun and easy to understand!
Citing Sources - Plagiarism Info: A quick review of plagiarism.
Citing Sources MLA Style: Examples and instructions on how to cite books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, magazine articles, newspapers, essays, poems, short stories, online sources, and web sites MLA Style by the University of Minnesota.
Graphic Organizer: Venn diagram, story maps, persuasion map, goal-reasons web, time line, and lots of charts.
Copyright Basics: A PowerPoint presentation on copyright basics.
Information Literacy: Online resources for librarians and teachers focusing on information literacy and research skills. Includes the Big6, evaluating information, evaluating websites, and lesson plans for learning and teaching with the Internet.