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Project-Based Learning

This page is dedicated to the diligent work Warp & Weft History students have contributed to their group learning efforts during the Fall 2021 semester.  Learning historical events is only one part of their overall learning.  They are working on developing strong communication skills through class presentations.  They are working on team-building skills through collaboration on group projects.  Project-based learning keeps students engaged and invested in their learning.  Below are the projects that my classes worked on this semester.


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High School US History

Underground Railroad

For this project, the students chose to focus their intrigue on the Underground Railroad network.  Click on the photo to go the their presentations.  

World History I

Fact or Fiction:  The Battle of Troy

Did the battle of Troy really happen?  Our students studied the culture of this Ancient Greek civilization looking for clues to the truth of the tale of the Iliad.  Click on the picture on the right to go to the presentation.    


World History II

Mayan and Zapotec Calendar

The Maya calendar is a complex system of marking time, used in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and in many modern communities in the Guatemalan highlands.  Click on the photo to go to the presentation.    


Middle School US History

The War of 1812

The War of 1812 is often called America's second war of independence.  The outcome of the war changed the geography of the country.  Our students chose this topic for their project.  Click on the photo to go the the presentation.  

African American History

African American Antebellum Art and Music

Our African American History students chose to prepare their project on the artistic expression of African Americans before the Civil War.  Click on the photo on the right to go their presentation.  

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