General Resources for History research
there are books on Reserve in MS Library
AtoZ tab: online encyclopedias, Gale Virtual Reference, World History in Context
There are library books available for overnight borrowing.
Don't forget print and electronic encyclopedias. Also, BrainPop has a segment on Vikings.
There are some books on Reserve in MSLibrary for overnight borrowing. Also, print and online encyclopedias might have information about your invention.
Gods and Goddesses in Ancient Egypt
There are books available in the Middle School Library. Don't forget encyclopedias - both print and online.
There are books on display in MS Library which you can borrow overnight.
Also encyclopedias - print and online (AtoZ tab)
American Civil Rights Movement
There are many books on Reserve for this project. Some titles are general, Civil Rights Movement, and some titles are specific, Freedom Summer. Remember to continue adding keywords to your list of search terms for more effective and efficient searching of indexes and databases.
There is a link to eBooks/Gale Reference under A to Z Resources. Many of the print encyclopedias on Reserve are also available online.
US Library page, A-Z Resource tab, has Proquest link - access to older newspapers for obituaries
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Encyclopedia (online) You are using the encyclopedia portion so you need to use Website, Reference template. Here is an example, use "edit" and insert the title of article you read.
"Carmichael, Stokely (1941-1998)." The Martin Luther King, Jr., Encyclopedia,
edited by Clayborne Carson. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Global Freedom
Struggle, The Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute,
kinginstitute.stanford.edu/. Accessed 15 Feb. 2017.
(if you used previous 2015 citation to copy & paste into your citations, this is the updated version)
A Force More Powerful. Dir. and prod. Steve York. Screenplay by Steve York.
Narr. Ben Kingsley. York Zimmerman, 2000. DVD.
American Stories: 1949 to Present. 1998. McDougal Littell. Videocassette.
Carpenter, Teresa. "John Lewis." Profiles in Courage for Our Time. Ed. Caroline
Kennedy. New York: Hyperion, 2002. 319-43. Print. use Anthology template
Mighty Times: The Children's March. Dir. and Prod. Robert Hudson and Bobby Houston. 2005. Southern Poverty Law Center. DVD.
Nelson, Stanley. American Experience: Freedom Riders. Dir. and Prod. Stanley Nelson. 2010. PBS, 2011. DVD.
Jennings, Peter, narr. "I Have a Dream." Prod. Richard E. Robbins. ABC News
Special. ABC. 28 Aug. 2003. Television.
Jennings, Peter, narr. "Unpinned." The Century: America's Time. ABC. Apr. 1999.
Kates, Nancy, and Bennett Singer, dirs. Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin. Prod. Sam Pollard. Independent Television Service, 2002. Film
Crusades - grade 6
There are books on Reserve which you can borrow overnight
Remember to use the index and continue to add keywords to your list
BrainPop has information about the Seven Wonders, Pharaohs, and Cleopatra
Use the Encyclopedia links on A to Z Resources page to research Ancient Egypt topics
Greek Gods and Goddesses
Books to use in MS Library
MS Library has some books about specific Renaissance people. Also use print and online encyclopedias.
AtoZ Resource Tab - Grove Art Encyclopedia for artists
BrainPop has some videos about specific artists and people
If you need images, I suggest you use ImageQuest from Britannica link as first choice because the citation is provided
5 Pillars of Islam
You can use encyclopedias, both print and online.
There are books on display in MS Library which can be checked out overnight.