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Unit 9 Final Project [ HU261: HU261 Global Civilization ] Final Project : All activities in this course lead you to a final project due in Unit 9. Your final project for this course is to explore the cultural significance of food. In each of the nine units we have explored various cultures and fascinating nations from the Great Wall of China to the French Wine Regions. You are required to select one of the nations we have examined and make a traditional dish from this country. For example, if you select France you may want to find and make a crepe recipe. If you select Japan you might want to explore making sushi. In this final assignment you select a traditional food, find a recipe, follow the directions of the recipe, and then taste your creation. In order to complete this assignment, you must document this process. Design a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation that includes the following:
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Images of buying the food, preparing the food, tasting the food, and some additional images from the country of origin 2. A recipe 3. Cultural significance of the food chosen 4. Commentary on preparing the food 5. 8-12 slides with speaker notes 6. Title and reference page As always, contact your instructor if you have questions. Your final project must be original work written for this class. This means that you must be the author (turning in a paper written by someone else is plagiarism and will not be tolerated) and you must not have turned in your Final Paper (or another version of it) for a grade in another class. The Final Project will be due at the end of Unit 9. When you are ready to submit it, go to the Dropbox , and complete the steps listed in Unit 9: Final Project....
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course HUM 261 taught by Professor R.j.pyle during the Fall '10 term at Kaplan University.

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