because history just ain't what it used to be

The West Civ Proj Blog!

In About on February 18, 2010 at 18:27

Welcome to The West Civ Project blog!

This is a collaborative blog written by the student editors of The West Civ Proj — a student written e-zine about history then and now.

We are students in the 9th grade Honors West Civ class at the John Carroll School in Bel Air, MD. Both here and in our zine, we hope to post articles of interest to all of you who love the detective work of history and we hope that this blog will provide resources and ideas to students and teachers of all disciplines.

We look forward to having a conversation with you all!

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  1. That has got to be one of the best taglines I’ve ever read… “Because History Just Ain’t What it Used to Be”, which is Reason enough to bookmark this project.

    Best of luck in your continued learning and sharing.

  2. Terrific start. I’m looking forward to reading your work.

  3. Congrats on a wonderful way to make history real and engaging! I share your site with my educator friends on FB and encouraged them to share with their friends. Best wishes for a successful adventure. I’ll be visiting to see what you accomplish!!

  4. This is a great idea. I look forward to reading your work.

  5. What a great idea, and one that takes courage. When you put your work out there for everyone to see, you are bound to get lots of comments, mine included. It takes a lot of self-confidence to let your work stand up to scrutiny, and even more, be big enough to accept or reject new ideas and adjust your thinking accordingly.

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