Technology presentations/ projects

Presentations

You will receive a sheet that looks like the info. below on Friday.

Group members:

 

You and your group members have chosen your topic (list here: _____________________________)

Found articles, videos and images.

Verified the sources for reliability-what sites could you not use? __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Pulled info. From those reliable sources (copied and pasted into printed packet or written out)

Created at least four categories for your info.:

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2.

3.

4.

Now, you need to arrange your information in order to present and decide on how to arrange it.  Below are your choices.

1.       Poster board

2.       Create an infographic AND print (this part can be tricky!)

3.       Create a game that teaches the concepts of your researched issue.

4.       Create a video that teaches and illustrates your topic (must have a written plan before approved).

Illustrate basic layout on back of this paper!

 

You will ONLY have Monday to work in class on project- all other work must be done outside of class.  Presentations will begin Thursday 12/6.

 

Circle your choice and return to me today!

Presentations will be December 6th and 7th.

 

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Thanksgiving Break OPTIONAL assignment- The Great Thanksgiving Listen

https://storycorps.org/participate/the-great-thanksgiving-listen/

Story Corps was begun to document interviews with loved ones.  In the past, this could be done by making an appointment at a Story Corps center at a Story Corps booth.  After winning the Ted Prize, the creator of Story Corps created an App that allows interviews to be done anywhere, anytime and be uploaded to the Library of Congress to be stored forever (and retrieved by family in the future).

As extra credit (and a homework pass)- students may interview an elder over the break and upload (with your approval) to be archived.

Below are some links to the creation and purpose of Story Corps and some examples of interviews in the past.  Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/user/storycorps

https://www.ted.com/talks/dave_isay_everyone_around_you_has_a_story_the_world_needs_to_hear