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January, 2005

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Illinois History, a magazine for young people

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Introduction to this Special Issue

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Illinois History:
A Magazine for Young People

January, 2005
Vol. 58, Issue 1

Teens in Illinois History


TABLE OF CONTENTS

TEEN CHICAGO PROJECT PAPERS

Peace of Mind Through Self-Expression (page 1)
Vanessa Alvarez, Notre Dame High School for Girls, Chicago
Teacher: Ray Yang

Creative Expressions Are Not Just Extras (page 2)
Claire Elderkin, Maine South Township High School, Park Ridge
Teacher: Ray Yang

Teens and Pop Culture (page 3)
Ari Fulton, Chicago Academy for the Arts, Chicago
Teacher: Ray Yang

Self-Expression=Self-Definition (page 4)
Alana Heber, Francis W. Parker School, Chicago
Teacher: Ray Yang

The Media: Big Brother Part Deux (page 5)
Landon Jones, Simeon Career Academy, Chicago
Teacher: Ray Yang

No Teens Without Technology (page 6)
Hai Minh Nguyen, Whitney Young High School, Chicago
Teacher: Ray Yang

ILLINOIS HISTORIC PRESERVATION AGENCY PAPERS

The Rock and Roll Era and Its Effect on Teens (page 8)
Carla Aranda, Jamieson High School, Chicago
Teacher: Jackie Turlow and Bob Newton

High School in the 1960s and Now (page 10)
Jordan Cresswell, Civic Memorial High School, Bethalto
Teacher: Carol B. Phillips

War and Protest on Music and Teens in Southern Illinois (page 12)
Katie Damron, Carbondale Community High School, Carbondale
Teacher: Patricia Grimmer

Child Labor in the 1930s (page 15)
Raymond Davis, Brookwood Junior High School, Glenwood
Teacher: Harry Daley

High School Life (page 17)
Sara Frey, Good Shepherd Lutheran School, Collinsville
Teacher: Michael Voss

Clothing for Teen Girls in the 1970s (page 20)
Jai Han, University Laboratory High School, Urbana
Teacher: Adele Suslick

Illinois High Schools: Then and Now (page 23)
Brooke Hayden, Good Shepherd Lutheran School, Collinsville
Teacher: Michael Voss

How Are High Schools Different Since the 1950s? (page 26)
Heather Hermann, Oregon High School, Oregon
Teacher: Sara Werckle

The Life of a Teenage Before and After World War II (page 29)
Mehreen Iqbal, Belleville Township High School West, Belleville
Teacher: Melissa Schmitt-Crafton

Illinois Teens on the Home Front (page 33)
Julia Meyer, Good Shepherd, Collinsville
Teacher: Michael Voss

The Differences of Teenagers in the 1940s Compared to Teenagers Today (page 37)
Elizabeth Ann Murphy, Keller Regional Gifted Center, Chicago
Teacher: Sandra Cap

The Years of Adolescence Before and After World War II (page 42)
Maddie Normansell, All Saints Academy, Breese
Teacher: Stephanie Garcia

MacArthur High School in the 1950s (page 46)
Allyson Schroeder, Carbondale High School, Carbondale
Teacher: Patricia Grimmer

The Transistor Radio and its Effect on Illinois Teenagers (page 49)
Jake Seeley, University Laboratory High School, Urbana
Teacher: Adele Suslick

Some Major Differences Between High School in the 1950s and Now (page 52)
Anali Vargas, Keller Gifted Center, Chicago
Teacher: Sandra Cap

Did Girls Deserve Sports in High School in the 1960s (page 56)
Jessica Watkins, Keller Gifted Center, Chicago
Teacher: Sandra Cap

Elvis Presley: King of Rock and Roll, and Their Influence on Teenagers (page 59)
Suran Yoo, University Laboratory High School, Urbana
Teacher: Adele Suslick

 


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