HIST 1301 PowerPoint Presentation Explanation Summer.docx

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HIST 1301 - PowerPoint Presentation Assignment Overview This assignment requires that students conduct historical research in the form of a PowerPoint presentation rather than writing a traditional essay. Instructions Easily accessible online are literally thousands of electronic images and documents dealing with the history of the United States. This gives us an opportunity to study U.S. history in a unique manner that will complement our weekly readings and discussions. Students should approach this assignment as if they were responsible for teaching the class about the topic they researched. Sources: Four sources must be cited in your presentation. Two must be primary documents hopefully from the required readings but that is not necessary. One must be a scholarly or academic website (not Wikipedia or other encyclopedia websites). One must be from an academic journal (either online or hardcopy) If you are unsure if one of your sources will count, email me. Requirements for Presentations 1. The presentation must be 15–20 slides. This does not include the Title slide. Points will be deducted for under or over this requirement. So
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  • Fall '14
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