~My Portfolio~

Friday: 3/20/15
Total number of sources: 4
Types of sources:
1. Interview
2. website
3. press
Presentation Option: Interview

Friday: 3/13/15
How many note-cards do you have?
I have 5 note cards.
What are the titles of your note-cards?
Nelson Mandela Background (for all of them).
One interesting fact I've learned about my subject is:
He won the Noble Peace Prize in 1993.
I still need to find out:
I still need to find out if he had siblings.

Friday: 3/6/15
Three tasks I accomplished this week are:
1. I had my parent sign my paper for having a partner.
2. I found my person that I wanted to do.
3. I did my easybib assignment.
I need to do this on Tuesday: 3/10/15
1. Research my famous person.
2. Take notes

Friday: 3/6/15
TIKW2L Chart

Friday: 2/27/15
Wacky Research #1
List three people that you'd like to learn more about:
1.Eva Peron
2. Lord Buddha
3. Nelson Mandela
Reflection: What prompted you to choose these three people?
What prompted me to choose these people was that they sound interesting to me and they sound like something that i would like.

Current Events Activity:
1. What methods does Abu Sarah use that allow him to talk to people on both sides of the issue?
The methods the Abu Sarah uses to allow him to talk to people on both sides is that he will do what the people on each side are doing to make him look like one of them.
2. Describe the conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians as described in the video.
The conflict between the Israelites and the Palestinians was that they both wanted there land but they would fight to get the land.
3. What are you learning today?
I learned that the two sides don't like each other and fight against each other.
4. Why is it important?
What I learned is important because they are fighting with each other and it is a struggle with the Palestinians and the Israelites.

Chapter 11 Essay



My Reflection-
I think the project was awesome because you got to go on the computers and make maps of Jerusalem. I also liked the project because I got to see where all four quarters are. I would definitely do Google maps again.