January 12 -16 Working with Primary Sources (Chicago Public Library collections, Historical Collections, History Databases, photos, interviews). Complete a historical argument about your topic. (Thesis statement)
January 16- Thesis statement DUE!
January 20-22 Using your notes, organize your facts into an outline for your exhibit.
January 21- Boards go on sale. January 22- Outline DUE!
January 26-30 Using your outline, create a mini-board layout of your exhibit. Once your teacher approves your layout, you may begin the actual exhibit.
Work on your exhibit. Begin work on annotated bibliography.
February 2- 6 Work on and complete History Fair exhibits. Complete an annotated bibliography and a Summary Statement.
February 6- History Exhibits DUE! Turn in an exhibit, outline, annotated bibliography and two summary statement forms.
February 9-11 Oral presentations of History Fair projects.
Teachers will enter three projects into the fair. Your teacher will give the names of students and their topic to Mr. Smiljanich by February 11.