Complete Outline Worksheet then PowerPoint Presentation

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YOU WILL COMPLETE THE OUTLINE FIRST

MY TOPIC IS ATTACHED IN A PREVIOUS DOCUMENT ABOUT TE ATOMIC BOMB

After you complete Thebes worksheet you will need to create the actual PowerPoint

The PowerPoint has to be at least 10-12 slides

MUST INCLUDE VISUALS

MUST INCLUDE REFERNECES IVE ATTACHED

MUST BE CREATIV

HIS 100 Multimedia Presentation Planning Worksheet Part 1: Brainstorming Instructions: Brainstorm your thoughts on each question in preparation for creating an outline of your multimedia presentation, including specific examples as appropriate. State three historical lenses that could be applied to your topic and explain how each lens can be applied. Describe how one of the lenses you just identified might change how the Research Plan and Introduction you previously submitted in Project 2 are written. Discuss the conclusions you can draw from thinking about how history is told. Consider how the context of historians’ own time periods might influence or bias how they describe historical events. Describe how your research of a historical topic can help you understand contemporary issues, and try to list at least two related contemporary issues After taking this course, what do you think about the statement “history repeats itself”? Do you think this is accurate? What information from the course guides you to this conclusion? Discuss your obligation as a citizen of your society to understand the history behind issues that impact you every day. Part 2: Outline Instructions: Create a plan for your presentation. You will need to create 10–12 slides that respond to the critical elements in the Project 3 Rubric. (If you are using Microsoft Word, your multimedia presentation should be 4–5 pages long.) The slide title suggestions are provided to help you develop your presentation. The field for slide text is a place for you to develop your ideas for your presentation’s content, drawing from Part 1. The field for slide visuals and audio ideas is a place to develop ideas for visuals and audio elements that can enhance your presentation and engage your audience. As you develop your ideas, you are encouraged to provide details as to how you will use these elements to engage your audience. Slide Title Historical Lenses and History’s Value My Topic Three Historical Lenses Lens 1 Lens 2 Lens 3 Slide Text Slide Visuals and Audio Ideas Historical Narrative Our Lives History’s Value Does History Repeat Itself? My Opinion Does History Repeat Itself? Evidence From the Course Are Citizens Obligated to Know History?
Running head: Project 2 1 Project 2: Research Plan and Introduction Your Name Southern New Hampshire University Project 2 2 Research Plan Research Question: Why US decided to drop the atomic bombs to attack the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 Secondary Sources: Stimson, H. L., & Truman, H. S. (1947). The decision to use the atomic bomb. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 3(2), 37-67. Bernstein, B. J. (1995). The atomic bombings reconsidered. Foreign Aff., 74, 135. Historical Context: The world was at war. This was during world war 2 where countries took sides and decided to go to war. Japan were a threat to the US due to advancing technology. US ordered the deployment of the atomic bombs though this was an abhorrent act even though it was certainly justified. Influence of Historical Context: The Interim Committee made a decision to drop the bomb. This Target Committee had to determine the locations to be hit. President Truman made the Potsdam Proclamation to Japan final warning. This first two atomic bombs were dropped on Japan in August, 1945. Primary Sources: Falk, R. A. (1965). The Shimoda Case: a legal appraisal of the atomic attacks upon Hiroshima and Nagasaki. American Journal of International Law, 59(4), 759-793. Siegenthaler, P. (2002). Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japanese guidebooks. Annals of Tourism Research, 29(4), 1111-1137. Project 2 3 Relate to Secondary Sources: the sources relate well to the secondary sources as they offer the context of the bomb droppings. They both offer the full information to what led to the decision to hit Japan. The war led to tough decision from both sides of war to get to might. Add to Understanding: there was a combination of thoroughly bombing blockading cities which were economically dependent on the foreign sources. This included the for food and raw materials as well as the threat of Soviet entry in the world war. Introduction The US had in mind about a quick as well as an easy end to the war compared to causing untold suffering to the people. United states had in their hands a lethal weapon capable of bringing this war to an end, which they used. This atom bombs dropped achieved the intended effects by causing maximum devastation. This is what led to detailed Japanese surrender. This was due to the devastation caused by the bombs to speed up the Japanese surrender. The surrender was the best solution for all involved parties.
HIS 100 Theme 3: Historical Context Chart Prompt: Historiography is the practice of analyzing how the historical context of a time influences how historians write about and interpret historical events. First, choose three secondary sources from your selected topic in the Research Kit and copy and paste the full citation of each article into the Article Citation field. Next, explain in the chart below how you think the historical context of the time when these articles were written may have impacted the authors’ interpretations of the events. You are encouraged to check out this website to help you formulate your thoughts on the historical context of your articles. Historical Context Article Citation Historical Context of Publication Date Impact of Historical Context on Author’s Thesis This article was published after the atomic bombing of The thesis for this article was heavily influenced by the Hiroshima by the American forces. The article was meant to bombing of Hiroshima because it analyzed the injuries that REYNOLDS, A.B, present a report on the injuries that were suffered during the were suffered and that were related to the distances that M., & LYNCH, F. bombing of Hiroshima relating to the type of protection of those who were injured were from the ground where the (1955). Atomie Bomb survivors who were at varying distances from the ground- explosion took place. Injuries Among center of the explosion Survivors in iroshima [Ebook] (70th ed., pp. 1-11). Retrieved from http://file:///C:/Users/ Downloads/20181216 1524184589041.pdf This article was published when people died after The Atomic bombing of Hiroshima and the sudden death of complaining of various symptoms. Those who did not die people with various complains that were caused by the because of the injuries from the bombing died of poisoning atomic bombing highly influenced the thesis of the article. malloy, s. “A Very that was caused by the atomic bomb that was dropped at Pleasant Way to Hiroshima. Die”: Radiation Effects and the Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb against Japan [Ebook] (1st ed., pp. 1-32). Retrieved from http://file:///C:/Users/ Downloads/20181216 152412contentserver. asp.pdf FRISCH, This article was developed after the Hiroshima bombing The author of the article has developed a thesis that is highly D. Scientists and the since it questions what scientists could have done with the dependent on the atomic bomb at Hiroshima. He develops a Decision to Bomb decision to hit Hiroshima with a bomb that had not been thesis that seeks to find out what could have been done Japan [Ebook] (1st tested to assess its damage capacity. instead of the atomic bomb and what scientists can learn ed., pp. 1-10). Retrieved from http://file:///C:/Users/ Downloads/20181216 151809contentserver. asp.pdf from in the Hiroshima incident.

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TabbyK
School: Boston College

here is the ouline and ppt

HIS 100 Multimedia Presentation Planning Worksheet
Part 1: Brainstorming
Instructions: Brainstorm your thoughts on each question in preparation for creating an outline of your multimedia presentation, including specific examples as
appropriate.
State three historical
lenses that could be
applied to your topic
and explain how each
lens can be applied.





Political lens
Military lens
Science &
technology lens

Describe how one of the
lenses you just
identified might change
how the Research Plan
and Introduction you
previously submitted in
Project 2 are written.

Discuss the conclusions
you can draw from
thinking about how
history is told. Consider
how the context of
historians’ own time
periods might influence
or bias how they
describe historical
events.

Describe how your
research of a historical
topic can help you
understand
contemporary issues,
and try to list at least
two related
contemporary issues

After taking this course,
what do you think
about the statement
“history repeats itself”?
Do you think this is
accurate? What
information from the
course guides you to
this conclusion?

Discuss your obligation
as a citizen of your
society to understand
the history behind
issues that impact you
e...

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