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Mrs. Allison
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1880 Wolf River Blvd.
Collierville, TN 38017
901-457-2030

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8th Grade History Reading Lists
by Leah Allison, Hillery Efkeman - Last Updated Nov 13, 2014
Book recommendations for Ms. Erlandson's 8th Grade Trimester Reading Assignments.
African-American History
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Oct 15, 2014
Mrs. Charnes-Martin's students will spend the year diving deep into the role of African-Americans in U.S. history.
Art Trimester 3 Project
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
Artist Research
Tags: art, art history, biography, doherty, imovie, miller, trimester project, webb
Civil War Battles
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Jan 9, 2014
Mr. Morris' American History students will be examining in depth a battle from the American Civil War.
Collierville During World War II
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Jan 6, 2016
Dr. Leung's history students will be analyzing primary and secondary sources to create a portrait of Collierville, TN between 1940-1945.
Country Discussions
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Nov 10, 2015
Ms. Reed's Spanish IV and AP students will be presenting information regarding Latin America, Central America, and South American countries.
Tags: area studies, central america, country studies, cuba, dominican republic, geography, guatemala, haiti, jamaica, latin america, mcclain library, mexico, puerto rico, reed, south america, spain, spanish, st. george's, st. george's independent school
Create Your Own Country
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Mrs. Charnes' American Government
Tags: charnes, constitution, create a country, government, sgis, st. george's
Economics
by Leah Allison, Hillery Efkeman - Last Updated Jan 23, 2014
Looking to start your own business? Maybe you want to learn more about money, what it is, and how to make more of it? Check this guide for research materials that will give you the tools needed to be the next Donald Trump!
Tags: business, business ownership, business plan, charnes-martin, economics, entrepreneurs, industry
Globalization
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Sep 2, 2014
Mr. Morris' Globalization students are taking a deep dive in the parallels between today and the pre-World War I era.
Tags: china, economics, geopolitics, globalization, nato, pre-world war i, russia, ukraine
Latin III Emperor Project
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Oct 31, 2016
The purpose of this project is to gain a great understanding of some of the better-known Roman Emperors.
Literary Criticism
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Mar 4, 2016
Looking for a deeper understanding of what you're reading in English? Do you need interpretation of an author's work?
Tags: analysis, authors, criticism, english, literary analysis, literary criticism, literature, research, research papers, st. george's, summaries, summary
Mr. Brant's Ancient History
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Nov 30, 2015
Mr. Brant's and Ms. James' 9th grade history students are examining China, Rome, Greece, Israel/Phoenicia, Egypt, Persia, and Mesopotamia.
Tags: 9th grade world history, ancient civilizations, ancient history, china, egypt, greece, israel, mesopotamia, mr. brant, ms. charnes, persia, phoenicia, rome, world history
Mr. Masters' Biology Project
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Feb 19, 2016
Zambezi River Hippo Camp exhibit at the Memphis Zoo
Mr. Morris 11th Grade History Project
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Nov 19, 2013
Mr. Morris' juniors are examining aspects of American history.
Mrs. James' Country Brochure & Research Paper
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Nov 17, 2015
Students will research an assigned country and create a brochure for its tourism department.
Tags: ancient civilizations, country research, country studies, james, modern history, political problems, primary sources, secondary sources, sgis, world history
Mrs. James' World War II Project
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Nov 11, 2013
Mrs. James' students are exploring World War II, 1939-1945
Tags: 1939-1945, american history, history, history day, james, japanese-american internment camps, winston churchill, world history, world war ii
Mythology
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Sep 20, 2011
This guide is for Mr. Chicoskie, Mr. McGraw, Mrs. Imorde, and Mrs. Nixon. It is a research project on Greco-Roman gods, goddesses, and monsters.
Tags: goddesses, gods, greco-roman mythology, greek myths, monsters, mythology, roman myths
Perceptions of Women in Two of Chaucer's Tales
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Oct 11, 2016
Discuss the ways in which “The Wife of Bath’s Tale” and “The Clerk’s Tale” are similar and dissimilar in their attitudes toward and treatment of women.
Primary Sources & History Research at the McClain Library
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Nov 3, 2014
This LibGuide will lead users to primary and secondary historical sources.
Tags: american history, ancient history, history day, leung, modern history, primary sources, secondary sources, world history
Religious Movements
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Sep 29, 2014
Mr. Slatery's class will be examining alternative religions.
Tags: alternative religions, baha'i, bahai, druze, religion, sikhism, slatery, snake handling, st. george's, wicca, wiccan
Scientific Innovations that Changed the World
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Dec 3, 2012
Libguide created for Lauren Ford
Senior Independent Study
by Leah Allison, Hillery Efkeman - Last Updated Mar 18, 2016
Learn how to write your research/process paper using sources from the McClain Library.
The Revolutionary War
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Oct 19, 2012
Big Erl's 8th grade history class is researching battles of the Revolutionary War. Check out these library resources!
Tags: 8th grade history, american history, american revolution, american revolution 1775-1783, battles, campaigns, erlandson, primary sources, world history
Upper School Summer Reading Selections 2016
by Leah Allison - Last Updated Apr 29, 2016
Reading lists for SGIS' upper school students, summer 2016
Tags: english books, mcclain library, st. george's, st. george's independent school, summer reading

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