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A Beginning

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Welcome

 

This wiki is set up for the use of students who are taking a class with Mr. J. Ideally, this wiki will serve as a dynamic, evolving locations for student generate knowledge. Thus each class will be able to learn from the class(es) that came before. As a result, students will learn from each other and, together, we will create institutional memory that stretches forwards and backwards in time. 

 

Enough with the idealism. In short, students will use this wiki to store and present information (text, video, audio, image etc.) that pertains to a topic or topics discussed in class.

 


Freshmen English Block 1 Great Depression Historical Context Projects

 

Project Guidelines

 

Directions: Turn your topic into a link that points the page, or main page, of your project. Also, place each student's name in the space provided

 

  1. The Stock Market Crash of 1929:
    1. Andrew Johnson 
    2. Bonus 
    3. Alex Meyer
    4. n/a 
  2. The Dust Bowl
    1. Kenzie Haggerty 
    2. Farel Garcia 
    3. Kenzie Richardson 
    4. n/a 
  3. FDR and the Great Depression
    1. Brittany Yost 
    2. Alex Taylor 
    3. Ramond Beaman 
    4. n/a 
  4. Dorthea Langue 
    1.  cody heath
    2. anthony holt  
    3. erick robinson 
    4. Parker Deines
    5.  
  5. Herbert Hoover
    1. Nick G.
    2. Miriam Romero
    3. Alex Garcia 
    4.  
    5.  
    6.  
  6. John Steinbeck
    1. Nyle  Bernal 
    2. Tanner  Reed
    3. Vinny  Mastrandrea
    4.  
  7. Unemployment during the Great Depression
    1. Blake Corzine 
    2. James Mckern 
    3. Moises Gonzalez 
    4.  

Freshmen English Block 8 Great Depression Historical Context Projects

 

Directions: Turn your topic into a link that points the page, or main page, of your project. Also, place each student's name in the space provided

 

  1. The Stock Market Crash of 1929:
    1. Cynthia Raya 
    2. Quiana Cooper
    3. Brevin Baessler 
    4. Marshall Outlaw 
  2. The Dust Bowl
    1. Liz Watson:The Dust Bowl By Liz W
    2. Aubreana Aflague:Dust Bowl by Aubreana  
    3. Hawah Kallon:The Dust Bowl by Hawah Kallon
    4. Chelsea Wilkes:The Dust Bowl By Chelsea  
  3. FDR and the Great Depression
    1. Ka-Jana nunnally 
    2. Chad kler 
    3. Maxx Aldrich 
    4. Raeanne Moore 
  4. Dorthea Langue 
    1. Jessica Clark 
    2. Zach Anderson 
    3. Joey Erbacher
    4. Brandon Landry Brandon Landry: Dorothea Lange  
  5. Herbert Hoover
    1. Lily Stewart 
    2. Samantha Smith 
    3. Raleigh Aughinbaugh 
    4. Chris Romero 
  6. John Steinbeck
    1.  
    2.  
    3.  
    4.  
  7. Unemployment during the Great Depression
    1. Braydon Peif    
    2. Marcello Baltierra 
    3. Daylin Vallejo 
    4. Cody Rusch 

 

 

 


 

Adding Content to this Wiki.

 

A wiki can, at first, be an intimidating software application. Fear not, a wiki is simply a place where information is created, in a collaborative environment, and linked to other relevant information both internally and externally. What is more, wiki articles are sourced so that the reader can easily find more information that pertains to a given topic. 

 

If all of the above only serves to further intimidate you, go here to find information about how to edit and add content to a wiki page. 

 

Table of Contents and Anchor Links

Go here to find detailed information about creating a Table of Contents and Anchor Links. 

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