SS310 Douglas Kaye Unit 4 assignment

Each slide supports or refutes the thesis that

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• Each slide supports or refutes the thesis that progress has been made in the community since the Civil Rights era of the 1960s. Caution: Do not take pictures of children in public places or at schools. Photographing people is not recommended because it requires getting permission. Do not trespass on private property without written permission from the owner. If in doubt about the appropriateness of your proposed photo subject, consult your instructor. Please take a look at the unit assignment grading rubric on the course syllabus before you submit. Use it as a checklist to see if you have answered all the required assignment questions and followed other requirements like the use of outside sources and APA formatting. Your presentation should be between 6-10 slides with accompanying notes, and in addition, one title slide and one references slide.
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Cold War Era Save your presentation on your computer with the filename “studentname-unit4.ppt”. Follow these steps to submit it. Click the link that says 'Submit an Assignment'. In the 'Submit to Basket' menu, select Unit 4: Concept Check. In the 'Comments' field, include at least the title of your project. Click the 'Add Attachments' button. Follow the steps listed to attach your PowerPoint presentation. To view your graded work, come back to the Dropbox or go to the Gradebook after your instructor has evaluated it. Make sure that you save a copy of your submitted assignment REFERENCES: Farber, D (1994). The age of great dreams: America in the 1960s. New York: Hill and Wang Cold War Music from the Golden Age of Homeland Security (2005). Retrieved from: http://www.atomicplatters.com/more.php?id=57_0_1_0_M History.com (2012). Retrieved from http://www.history.com/topics/cold-war (History.com, 2012)
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