Medieval Europe Project

posted May 18, 2012, 10:48 AM by   [ updated May 21, 2012, 10:34 AM ]
Your last social studies project of the year will be completely up to you! You get to choose your topic; you get to choose how you will share your topic with the class. 

Step One: Choose a topic from chapter nine, ten, thirteen, or fourteen that interests you. This does not necessarily have to be something specifically mentioned in the textbook. If you find something or someone from this time period that you'd like to research, feel free to submit the information for consideration.

Step Two: In a Google Doc, describe the topic you would like to research as well as the project you would like to create in order to share the information with the class. Please title your Google Doc "[student #] Medieval Europe Project". An example doc that shows how your Google Doc should look is shown below.

Step Three: Research. You will be expected to do research outside of just your textbook. Create a new Google Doc and title it "[student #] Project Notes". The information you discover will be put into this your own words. This is not a report, just your notes on your topic. Be sure to include all of the links used in your research.

Step Four: Your Project. You'll have some time in class to work on your project. You should choose a project that will appropriately showcase the topic you have chosen.

DUE DATE: Projects are due Thursday, May 31st. 

Example Google Doc