history presentation

History Presentation
Worth 125 points scaled to 20% of grade.

Groups of ThreeSerious concerns with forming a group? Contact your instructor.

Topic will be Provided by the InstructorSerious concerns with the topic? Contact your instructor

Read about and understand your topichttp://www.biographi.ca/en/ (Links to an external site.)
https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en (Links to an external site.)
https://www.nfb.ca/search/ (Links to an external site.)?
College librarian – https://alexandercollege.ca/student-success/library/Links to an external site.

Find and correctly cite seven academic sources relevant to your topicAcademic sources are reliable and trustworthy sourcesBooks, academic journal articles, government reports, legitimate websites

If you aren’t sure what an academic source is, please watch this video:https://study.com/academy/lesson/academic-sources-…
No Wikipedia, No YouTube, etc.

Need correct citations for all seven of your academic sourcesChicago style

Need useful and relevant sources (don’t pick anything!)
Submitted on Canvas

Write a short biography of your person/topic500-750 words
Focus on the significance and importance of your person/topic
Don’t cut and paste – use your own words
Chicago Style citations requiredAt least 5 footnotes and bibliography

Submitted on Canvas
One biography for all three people.

Prepare a PowerPoint Presentation on your topic7 slides maximum1 slide – Title of Topic, Names, and Student Numbers
5 slides for information about your topic

1 slide – Conclusion/Summary

PowerPoint Tips:Don’t use too much text/writing
Lots of images are good

Be consistent in your formatting

Submitted on CanvasFor whole group

Pictures need citations. Put in bibliography.

Time Limit – 10 minutesA little over the time limit is OK
Going under the time limit is a problem
Each person speaks for 2-4 minutes.

8. Present topic to the class
Brief biography
Focus on Impact and Significance of Person – why are they important?
Brief video clips are ok (30 seconds or less)
All group members must speak
Each student will be graded separately for their presentation delivery
Don’t read the presentation
A few notes in your hand is OK