Final Multimedia Presentation:
Each student will create a final multimedia presentation that explores one of the topics/or themes discussed in USA, Africa and the World I. Review the course syllabus for the remaining topics.
Select a topic based on the course syllabus.
Step Two: Start research to create an annotated bibliography. The annotated bibliography explains each sources, and explains how you will use the source in the final, multimedia presentation. Annotations are short paragraphs that explain each source. You need a minimum of six sources including university presses books, scholarly journals, and digital sources. Both course texts (the Strayer textbook and the US, Africa and the World Reader are required sources). No “wikis” or online encyclopedia should be included. Include a short introduction to your project, including an explanation of the time period and a defined thesis statement, which explains the central point of your project. Format according to MLA, APA or CMS style of citation.
You need at least one book published by a university press, two scholarly journal, two digital sources, and one primary source.
Step Three: Create a multimedia project using one of these modalities:
Power Point, Poplet, Prezi, Tour-Builder, or Voice-Thread.
All seven sources must be used in the final presentation, and must include a thesis statement, historical evidence, photos, and text. All sources must be used at least one. Footnotes or endnotes are required. Format according to MLA, APA or CMS style of citation, including a bibliography. Due via CANVAS the last day of class. Presentations must include:
A thesis statement
An explanation of continuity and change over time
Topic's contribution to the study of world history.
Minimum of ten slides with references.
A bibliography slide.
Include footnotes or end notes throughout the presentation.