1 create a video music movies athletes critical

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1. Create a video: music, movies, athletes, critical events etc. create a video that tell the story. (perhaps you may want to reenact a performance by a 50s musician)
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2. Create a Collage: Create the theme for which you want the audience to capture. Provide a variety of pictures and images that will aid your themed presentation. (Considering this is a partner project, perhaps you may want to do a conflicting collage with your partner. For example the roles of women v. the roles of men) 3. History at home: for this project you may want to research what Dunellen of the 1950s looked like and what kids did during the time. The Dunellen library would be a great place to research old artifacts and images of your town during the time we are studying. 4. Interview with someone of the 1950s: take on the identity of a person from the 1950s. Tell their story of why they are and/or should be a historical figure. For this project, you and your partner would have to each be the interviewer and the interviewee. 5. Create your own: develop your own themed project. Run your idea passed me we can develop something together.
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