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Tate, Duane. Monument. 2005. Web. 31 Jan. 2012.

Description : This project aims to address the following questions:

 If you could leave behind a message in the form of a public statement/ monument/ landmark etc. what would it be? What would it look like? Who is it for or would you propose it to and how? Where would it be? What ideas influence it? What is the most effective way to present it as a proposal?


You are expected to honor Academic Integrity and properly cite sources in your text and Works Cited page using the MLA format. Your works cited page should include at least 3 sources of which one must be from a book. You can use site-specific observations as part of your qualitative research ie. surveys/interviews etc. but you must also use 2 sources from the library or online. Wikipedia is not a valid source- sorry folks!



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Academic Journals, Newspapers, Images, Statistics written about World History Topics.


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