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Everything Africa post-1884 (3)>
Everything China pre-1700 (3)>
Everything China post-1700 (3)>
Everything Europe pre-1750 (4)>
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Everything India pre-1600 (2)>
Everything India post-1600 (3)>
Everything Japan (3)>
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Everything Middle East post-1900 (3)>
Everything Russia pre-1850 (2)>
Everything Russia post-1850 (4)>
Everything Southeast Asia (2)>
Geography in Action (4)>
Global Problems - Economic Concerns (3)>
Global Problems - Environment (4)>
Global Problems - Human Rights Violations (5)>
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End-of-the-Year Global History & Geography Review Project
to accompany our Review Book
As Mrs. Cullen explained in class, each of you will seek out other students to form a team. This team will be responsible for creating one of the 25 review pages contained in this wikispace. In order to complete this project successfully and tastefully, you will need to follow a few basic rules:
1. Choose your team. Each page has a specific number of people that are allowed to work on it. No more, no less. The number after the page link on the left indicates how many people can be in that group.
FIRST COME - FIRST SERVED - You can email me at
OR hand me a piece of paper with your
group members' names and your topic requests. I suggest giving me 3 choices in case someone beats you to it. I will date and time stamp each request in order to make the assignments.
DUE DATE: March 30th
2. Decide on a group leader and the responsibilities of each member. Submit a piece of paper with your group plan to
3. It might be wise to do your part of the project in a Word document first. Later you can copy and paste into the wiki and
then work on the aesthetics in the wiki.
4. Use the
function above for advice on how to do things.
5. Information and aesthetics (how it looks) are important. For instance, use of color, pictures and larger font help students study.DO NOT WRITE IN PARAGRAPH FORM - CREATE TITLES AND BULLETS.
6. All pages should be arranged in chronological order - events should flow from beginning to end.
7. All pages should have: titles, maps, political cartoons, pictures/images of events and people
8. Youtube or other videos are fine as long as you embed them JUDICIOUSLY. This means use good judgment when putting videos on the wiki. The videos are supposed to add to our understanding.
9. DO NOT MESS WITH ANYONE ELSE'S WIKI. PLAYING PRANKS ON OTHER MEMBERS OR INTENTIONALLY CHANGING THEIR PAGE WILL RESULT IN A ZERO FOR YOUR GROUP (and yes, you can see who did what to whom on the master page).
10. If you want to check out some other wikis that my students have worked on go to:
There are strengths and weaknesses in all of them
Posted below are the categories on which your wikispace will be evaluated. The optimum grade is shown. On the actual grading rubric there are 4 categories, 4 being the best.
|| Category || 4 ||
|| Cooperative Work || Partners show respect for one another's ideas, divide the work fairly, and show a commitment to quality work and support for each other ||
|| Interests || The author(s) has made an exceptional attempt to make the content of this site interesting to the people for whom it is intended ||
|| Content Accuracy || All information provided by the student(s) on this site is accurate and all the requirements of the assignment have been met ||
|| Layout || This site has an exceptionally attractive and usable layout. It is easy to locate all important elements. White space, graphic elements and/or alignment are used effectively to organize material ||
|| Content || Site has a well-stated, clear purpose and theme that is carried out throughout site. ||
|| Spelling & Grammar || No errors in spelling, punctuation, or grammar ||
|| Graphics || Graphics are related to the theme/purpose of the site, are thoughtfully cropped, are of high quality and enhance reader interest or understanding ||
|| Fonts || Fonts are consistent, easy to read and point size varies appropriately for headings and text. Use of font styles (italic, bold, underline) is used consistently and improves readability ||
|| Color Choices || Colors of background, fonts, form a pleasing palette, do not detract from the content, and are consistent across pages ||
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