Was the United States' decision to drop the atomic bomb justified?
Welcome! Here you will find a guide to doing research, gathering and using evidence, and creating arguments for the mock trial.
The quality of your research will make up a large part of your grade. Remember to do your own work, create clear and thorough notes relevant to your topic, paraphrase (don't plagiarize!), and cite your information sources.
Note: You will need the Encyclopedia Britannica password to access from home.
Note: You will need the database password for Research in Context (a Gale database) to access from home.
When you're searching databases, it's important to choose effective search words. Here are some that might help. Click on the links to read articles in the Gale Research in Context Database (you will need the Gale password to access these links from outside of school). NOTE: If a link is not working, copy the key word you want to search, then paste it into the search box in the Gale Research in Context Database.
Radiation Injuries (or Radiation Sickness)
Students need to cite all sources.Download this Works Cited worksheet to help you cite correctly. Fill in the worksheet as completely as you can for each source you've used. If you need help, please contact Mrs. Barthelmes.
Please save paper! Instead of printing out the whole worksheet, either print out only the pages you need or delete the parts you don't need before printing.