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Hobday: E-Searching America - 1850s -> Early 1900s: Home

Visual Web Activity

Mrs. Hobday's Directions:

STEP #3: Use the Big 6 template PLUS the keywords and questions that you have added to the template to locate at least three (3) sources about your topic (one item from an online database; one item from a nonfiction or reference book, and one scholarly website - preferebly from this RAMGuide).

STEP 4: Read, highlight, and record notes from these resources on a "Research Note Sheet" locating at least six (6) interesting & important things that you learned about your topic.  Use these facts and at least four (4) visuals to create your web!

Hartford Inspirations!

                                              

          Connecticut Connections: Two Literary Contemporaries

                      

                                                         Harriet Beecher Stowe          Samuel Langhorne Clemens

                                                                          June, 14, 1811 - July 1, 1896                Nov. 30, 1835 - April 21, 1910

                                                               

                                                   

Possible Topics

TIME PERIODS

"19th century"

"late 19th century"

Reconstruction

Industrialization

"Guilded Age"

Victorian

 

TOPICS

Architecture

 Servants

 "Gender Roles"

 "Spiritualism and paranormal"

  Economy

 "Cooking and Homemaking"

                                                            

 term = 1 word

phrase = "2+ words"