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Civil War Inquiry Project You can use this form to help you organize your research. Complete Sections 1-5 before you begin your assignment. Section 6 should be completed before you turn in your project. Big6 TM #1: Task Definition What topic(s) interest(s) you? Remember that only one person per topic. Topic most interested in: Spies Andersonville Prison (Confederate Concentration Camp) Fort Delaware and Elmira (Union concentration camps) Backup topic (just in case): Nurses & Medicine (advances made) Clothing of Women/children/non-fighters Experiences: Soldiers Experiences: Farmers and other non-combatants Highlight the topic you get approved by Ms. Herring. Turn that topic into an essential question. Must be signed off by Ms. Herring or Mrs. Wagner. How did the medicine and nursing technics of the 1860s affect the death and destruction of the Civil War? List below information that you feel you need in order to answer your research question in the form of questions. You will need six to ten questions. What was the medicine of that era? What was the standard nurse supposed to do? What was the life of a medical nurse? How did the war affect the job of being a nurse? Did the war bring business to doctors and the medical world? (If so how much/to what scale) What were the causes of death/injury? How did the advancements get made? (discoveries or experimenting) What was it like to be treated back in the war? What was the difference between medicine before(how was it like) and medicine after(how was it like)? What will your exhibit be? Highlight your choice from this list, or come up with your own. Games Historical Interpreter Rebuild Artifact(s) (Medicine or tools used during that time period) Diorama (of a place or event) (Create the environment of what a nurse would live in or patient) Display (Informational)(NOT GOOD) Tour Builder(Google Maps) Map (battle or a building) An App or Interactive Website Creative Product (object, painting, music) Movie
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