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8th Grade Project for Human Rights: Component #3 - Map, Photographs and Quotes

Map

Create a map that shows areas of the world affected by your topic.  Your map should include facts/statistics.  Use Google Maps to create your map.  Refer to the link below for information on how to use Google Maps.

 

Quotes

Find 4 quotes said by someone that relates to your issue.  You need to provide the quote, using proper punctuation, and the name of the person who said it.  In 2-3 sentences, explain why you feel this quote relates to your issue.

Example:

"In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.  I simply can't build up my hopes on a foundation consisting of confusion, misery and death." - Anne Frank

OR

Anne Frank said, "In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.  I simply can't build up my hopes on a foundation consisting of confusion, misery and death."

This quote relates to my issue of child labor because I believe that...

How to Use Google Maps

The document below provides information on using Google Maps.

Photographs

Find 5 different photographs that accurately depict your issue.  They should be photographs that communicate powerful emotions and ideas.  They should catch the viewer's attention and tell a story all at once.  You will need to cite the source from where you found each picture on your Noodle Tools bibliography.  When you post the picture to edmodo include the website with the photo.  You also need to include 2-3 sentences explaining why you chose the picture.

Example:

www.doratheexplorer.com

This picture of Dora the Explorer and Boots accurately depicts my subject of childhood favorites.  Dora is my 2 year old's favorite cartoon right now.  He loves to watch it and will sit in front of the tv for hours if Dora is on.

Citing Your Pictures in Noodle Tools

View the movie below for instructions on how to cite your pictures in Noodle Tools.