• The Holocaust
     
    What is Antisemitism?
    What is Genocide?
    Nazi Propaganda
     
    Curriculum Glossary (from The Museum of Jewish Heritage)

    American Revolution
     
    You will begin your research by using the database,
     
     
    *remember to cite your source(s)using the MLA format
     
    FreedomFlix has information that may be useful as well (depending on your topic!)
     
    Image result for britannica school middle image is another database you can search in
     
    In addition to books in the Library, you can find reliable, accurate information from a few online databases through the Port Washington Public Library.  Please remember that you will need your pubic library card number to access these subscription databases:
    Student Resources in Context
     
    Websites
    many great resources including Chronicle and Timeline of the Revolution
    The National Archives and Records Administration
    The NARA is an independent federal agency that preserves our nation's history and historical documents. The website includes the full text of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and the Bill of Rights.
    Bibliography - please refer to the Research Guide page to cite your sources properly.

    The NYTimes Replica Edition

     

     Presidents of the United States

    Search in the following databases for information

    AHO      FC      Image result for britannica school middle image

    You also can look in this database from the Port Washington Public Library too!

    USH


    Consumer Chemistry

    The first database you should search in is

    Scholastic - ScienceFlix - powered by Grolier Online     

    If you aren't having much luck in that database, try SCIENCE IN CONTEXT 

     

    Also consult the RESEARCH IN CONTEXT and  BRITANNICA SCHOOL databases, which are free databases in NY State

     

    (click on USE MY LOCATION for access) 

    If you have any questions or need help - come see Ms.Herz in the Library!


     

    Careers in Science 

    begin your research by using ScienceFlix(click on the tab Careers in Science to explore careers and access reputable websites) 
     
    Scholastic - ScienceFlix - powered by Grolier Online      
     
     Occupational Outlook Handbook (free database with much detailed information)
      

     Italian Americans 

     Online databases

    I recommend Biography in Context available via the Port Washington Public Library.  Please remember that you will need your pubic library card number to access this subscription database!You also might want to take a look in our own WorldBook database too.
     
    Websites
       
          Who2   this site can steer you towards other reliable, accurate websites with biographic  
       information on your individual.
     
     

    Famous Chemists throughout History

    Some of you may find books on your scientist in the OPAC.  All of you should use the following database(s) from the Port Washington Public Library (you will need your public library card for access):
    Biography in Context
    General Science Collection
    Science in Context
     Websites
             Cosmological Stars (PBS)
             Who2?
     

    Fossil Fuels
     
    Databases
    Websites
    energyKIDS (US Energy Information Administration)
    Adventures in Energy - an interactive look at oil and natural gas
     


    Rikki Tikki Tavi

    After looking in the OPAC for books on your animal, I recommend the following databases. 
    Remember that you will need your Public Library card to access Kid's Search and Science in Context.
       
    Animals
       Indian Mongoose
       Indian Cobra
       Tailorbird
       Coppersmith (bird)
       Muskrat
       Indian Krait (snake)
       Indian Elephant
       Indian Rhinoceros
       Bengal Tiger
       Gharial Crocodile
       Indian Lion
       Indian Peacock
       Indian Red Panda
       
    Databases
       
          Kid's Search
         Science in Context