Student Wikis
Mackland and Tommy- War on Drugs
Taylor and Kyle- Contemporary Women
Hallie and Alex- Immigration Rights
Kate and Celina- Second Great Awakening
Dennis and Cecil- Neo-Prison Reform (Modern)
Paul and Leo- Women's Rights in the 19th Century and the Early 20th Century
Annelise and Nichole-
Past Prison Reform
Anna, Emma and Asa-
Temperance Movement
Megan and Kailtyn-
The Abolitionist Movement**

Reform Movements Past and Present: 4th Quarter Project
Driving Question: What has motivated Americans to change a particular aspect of our society and how successful has each reform movement been?
Process: This quarter you and your partners will create a Wikipage on either a past reform movement or a contemporary movement. This page will reflect the research collected regarding your particular issue. Your goal is to inform your classmates about the key factors that contribute to reform movements, both past and present.

Required Questions:
1) What historical forces led to the rise of the movement?
2) What methods/tactics were used to lead the movement?
3) What major figures involved in the movement?
4) Was/Is the movement successful in achieving its goals

1) Temperance movement in the 19th century and “War on Drugs” of the 20th and 21st centuries.
2) Prison Reform Past and Present
3) Human Rights Today (Human trafficking, child labor, immigrant rights) and the Abolitionist movement
4) Second Great Awakening and Fundamentalism today

Research Requirements:
1) 6 sources and accompanying "notecards" to complete your Wikipage
2) You MUST make this a multi-media presentation
3) Driving force is your analysis of the 4 questions, which will appear at the top of your page

Basic Phases of Wikipage Creation
(1) Introduce the project and computer research in class/Research in ME3 to be announced in class: Week of April 26th
(2) Wikipage check-ins May 28th
(3) Complete Wikipage June 4th
(4) Presentation of Wikipage begin following class