Week 5 - Stats, Graphs, Illustrations Checkpoint

Week 5 - Stats, Graphs, Illustrations Checkpoint - Given...

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Given the particular topic(s) that I have chosen to discuss, I believe that using a combination of timelines, drawings, and pictures would be ideal. The possibility of incorporating a graph of sorts is possible as well. I think that a timeline would come in handy strictly for the reason that I am handling historical information. In order to provide an appropriate explanation on the given information that I discuss, I feel that a timeline that spans from the first colonization of America; to mid-post Britain colonization would be suitable. By creating this timeline, it will not only aid in a pictorial way; but also in a visual (e.g. reading). Drawings and pictures will envelope the bulk of my illustrations. There is so much artwork and pictures used when describing history; that my choices are essentially “limitless”. When describing history (1800 and down) the drawings would come into play. Before this period (in time), cameras did not exist; and an artist’s representation was the only known (accurate) way to visualize a scene. When I
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