Children's Book/Presentation on the three branches of government.

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Children's Book/Presentation

No word requirement for speaker notes, be sure to include some. 

For this quarter's term project, you will be writing an original children's e-book using Powerpoint  (or Keynote if you are using a Mac).  If you don't have access to PowerPoint or Keynote, you can use other programs, I just have to be able to open the files/links.

 This book should be designed to teach an elementary-aged student about an aspect of our government covered in this quarter's government curriculum.

Possible book topics: The American Revolution and Declaration of Independence, How the Constitution Came to Be, The Three Branches of Government, Duties of the President, How a Bill Becomes a Law,  American Political Parties and Their Platforms (what they believe), Current Issues and the Constitution.

Your presentation should include 15-20 slides.  Each slide should have at least one picture per slide as well as text and be written on the level of an elementary student.  Three of your slides should be "clickable" with a link to more information (something like "click here to see a picture of the President's dog" or "click here to learn about some of the bills that have been discussed in the Senate lately").  At the end of your presentation, you should have a short (4-5 question) quiz for your "reader".  The quiz should be clickable.  DO NOT copy and paste information - write it all in your own words.

Follow the detailed instructions found in the lesson for more information.

..........................................................EXTRA INFORMATION............................................................

Slides: 10-15 slides, on an appropriate topic for this quarter, using correct writing conventions.

Clickable Slides: 3 slides with hyperlinks to more information. (Clickable)

Age Appropriate Writing: Writing is on the level of an elementary student and the material is easy to understand. Writing" Writing is on the level of an elementary student and the material is easy to understand.

Pictures: At least one picture on each slide.

Quiz: 5 question quiz (with the correct answer highlighted) at the end of the presentation.

Transitions: Uniform transitions that do not distract from the contextual information.

Sound Effects: At least five "sound effect" included in the presentation.

Factually Correct Information: Information is factually correct material with references for the sources, listed at the end. IN MLA FORMAT!!!!

...................................HERE ARE SOME IDEAS OF WEBSITES YOU CAN USE...................................

http://www.congressforkids.net/

http://kids.usa.gov/three-branches-of-government/index.shtml


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