O.P.V.L., a method for evaluating both primary and secondary sources, gives students the opportunity to demonstrate their complex thinking skills using a variety of projects and products. Recently, students in Charles Tetreault’s 10th grade social studies class supplemented their study of WWII by examining different types and methods of government propaganda. @C_Tetreault hoped that his students would begin to distinguish total war and limited war by investigating levels of governmental control of society. Take a look at some of the ways this project was modified using traditional print posters, YouTube videos and QR codes. If you’re over at Bayside, come on up to the third floor humanities wing to see student posters.