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About this Project

After reading 1984 by George Orwell, students will complete a unit of assignments to demonstrate their understanding of the underlying themes depicted in the novel.

Each student will choose an historical event from the past century that has compromised the personal freedoms in society, such as the holocaust, genocides, terrorism, health and oil crises, agricultural, natural disasters, racial profiling, etc.

Student Objectives:

  • This is a five part lesson. Students will:Research past events that compromised personal freedoms and select a topic which will be developed into a 3-5 page research paper.
  • Research and write a 3-5 page paper using MLA format, a works cited page generated from Noodle Tools and Turnitin.
  • Learn how to list sources using Noodle Tools.
  • Create a Capzles of 10-20 images highlighting the topic, which will be presented to the class.

How has freedom been compromised throughout history?

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