Week 7 Student Example- HIS 100 Multimedia Presentation Planning Worksheet (2).docx

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HIS 100 Multimedia Presentation Planning WorksheetPart 1: BrainstormingInstructions: Brainstorm your thoughts on each question in preparation for creating an outline of your multimedia presentation, including specific examples as appropriate.State three historical lenses that could be applied to your topic and explain how each lens can be applied.Describe how one of the lenses you just identified might change how the Research Plan and Introduction you previously submitted in Project 2 are written.Discuss the conclusions you can draw from thinking about how history is told. Consider how the context of historians’ own time periods might influence or bias how they describe historical events. Describe how your research of a historical topic can help you understand contemporary issues, and try to list at least two related contemporary issuesAfter taking this course, what do you think about the statement “history repeats itself”? Do you think this is accurate? What information from the course guides you to this conclusion?Discuss your obligation as a citizen of your society to understand the history behind issues that impact you every day.1. 1. Social Lens – This is the most important lensas it pertains to my topic. Through a social lens, you understand the horrific death toll and horrendous short and long-term health effects of the victims.2.3.2. Political Lens – This lens gives a view of howTruman made the decision to drop the atomic bombs on Japanand what was happening during World War II.The environmental lens may have changed my research plan and introduction by focusing more on the physical destruction of the atomic bombs on the environment. For example, this lens will add details on the destruction of buildings and infrastructure along with implications to soil and water supplies. Thislens adds additional information on the typesof injuries sustained in respect to the type of physical protection givenat the time the bombs Authors can have biased opinions when reportinghistory, such as Malloy’s article, ‘A very pleasant way to die’: Radiation effects and the decision to use the atomic bomb again Japan. His article highlights how certain top officials kept pertinent information of health-effects of radiation from PresidentTruman. In general, it discovers how due to compartmentalized information gave way to the breakdown of communication within the U.S. government. My research of the death toll and health effects of the atomic bombs puts a new understanding on the nuclear weapons race today. During the Bush administration, Iraq was thought to have the capability to produce nuclear weapons of mass destruction. NorthKorea recently announced their capabilities and have tested rockets capable of reaching the United States. With today’s issues, the use of atomicbombs is still a dire Once the United States successfully created and detonated atomic bombs, other countries began their successful development of the same. With so many nuclear weapons in the 3. Environmental Lens –

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