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Your Very Own Guidebook – Cordoba Chapter

March 23, 2011

We hope everyone’s enjoying their spring break.  This has been up on the main page for a few days, but no one seems to be seeing it up in the tool bar, so I’ve moved it to make it more obvious.

Last week’s meeting actually focused on one of the religious center of Spain – Cordoba.  Mr. Doerr, Miss Filetti, and Mr. Curtis spent quite a bit of time taking about what you’d see in Cordoba, so you should know it well.  This week there are only 3 questions, so pick your topics wisely.

Each 8th grader (and any other TAP kids that want to help) will do some research and fill out the following form.  The best “articles” the TAP teachers receive on each topic will be published in your book.

Please remember to write like you’re submitting this for publication in a book – because you are.

Use correct grammar and spelling (or at least do the best you can) like it’s for a grade – because it is.

Try to avoid that weird text message language that kids use online all the time.  Write in regular English that your grandma could read – because she might.

Make sure you’re 100% happy with your answers before you hit submit.

Do not plagiarize.  That means – use your own words.

Please have your work done and submitted before the next meeting – March 31st.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Andra permalink
    March 29, 2011 10:32 pm

    i have done this 3 times already and it jeep crashing right b4 i finish!!! urgh!!!!

    • Andra permalink
      March 29, 2011 10:32 pm

      oops typo keeps not jeep

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