I’m trying to learn for my History class and I’m stuck. Can you help?
I need assistance with the below assignment:
HIS-100 Perspectives in History
Presenting Historical Research
By now you should be able to apply primary and secondary sources.
That means you should know what your sources say and how they inform your research.
In other words, don’t just say I plan to research this book, that article or another website. Examine the source. Think critically about what it’s saying. Analyze the source accurately and honestly. Then write what you have learned from your source(s).
This week we will move on to finding ways to present your historical research.
You can use PowerPoint, Prezi. (Please do not upload a zip file.)
Please use the Multimedia Presentation Planning Worksheet.
I would also strongly suggest you review the Multimedia Presentation Rubric prior to submitting your presentation.
While it is helpful to acknowledge biases and how historical lenses influence the study of history, it is also necessary to consider factual evidence. Factual evidence is indisputable.
Therein lies the value of studying history.
People all-too-often rely on false narratives and narrow constructs. That means we tell ourselves stories to make us feel better or a part of something greater than ourselves. It’s normal. Those narratives and social constructs are also factually inaccurate.
You have likely witnessed or experienced a discriminatory claim against a certain person because of their ethnic identity, gender, sexual orientation, etc. You also know that those kinds of discriminatory thoughts, feelings and behaviors are not fair.
That’s why it’s imperative that you understand what your sources say and present your research as accurately and honestly as you can.
In other words, you will allow the factual evidence or expert testimony to support your argument. There’s just no getting around the facts, despite what many might infer.
Complete the Multimedia Presentation Planning Worksheet, in which you will discuss your potential multimedia presentation for Project 3.
Attached is the Multimedia Presentation Planning Worksheet to help you start Project 3 off on the right foot. Since this course has entailed quite a bit of writing thus far, this assignment provides you with an opportunity to get creative. You have the choice of three tools—Prezi, PowerPoint, or Microsoft Word—to present your opinions and observations on the creation and value of historical inquiry as it relates to the work you have done on your first two projects to wit; South African Apartheid
I’m comfortable using PowerPoint, or you want to format your presentation as a newsletter in Word (feel free to get really creative here and have fun with this). No matter your preference, decide which tool would be the most effective method for you. Complete the worksheet to gather your thoughts around what text, visuals, and audio you might include in your multimedia presentation.
To complete this assignment, review the Multimedia Presentation Planning Worksheet Guidelines and Rubric document.
See attachments for relevant background information:
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