Each presentation style requires research and gathering five unique primary and secondary source. Each presentation style also requires a clear thesis. Before you read through the media options, consi

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Each presentation style requires research and gathering five unique primary and secondary source. Each presentation style also requires a clear thesis.

Before you read through the media options, consider what topic you want to research and work on. Below are some guidelines:

  • Topic MUST be about World Civilizations Pre-1500 CE

1. Students must choose a minimum of 5 sites or events from a single culture or society.

  1. Examples of site: monuments, temples, churches, castles, famous marketplaces, battlefields, statues, painters’ workshops, taverns, etc.
  2. Example of events: gladiator fights, dinner parties, sermons, receptions, parades, religious festivals or ceremonies, marriage ceremonies, etc.

2. Students will use at least 10 sources (5 primary, 5 secondary) to research how the sites were constructed and used by the societies, what events took place at these locations, and the significance of these events and monuments for the culture visited.

  1. Pay attention to descriptions and images of the monument or site
  2. Be sure to understand the society that site, or event was relevant to
  3. Consider who might visit such a site. What types of people might the traveler encounter?
  4. Imagine what sounds, smells, conversations the traveler might overhear.

Acceptable Primary and Secondary Sources include but are not limited to:

  • Primary sources (court records, memoirs/autobiographies, letters, artifacts, etc.)
  • Print secondary sources
  • Scholarly journals
  • Newspaper and other media and video archives
  • Appropriate history-related websites and databases (not Wikipedia)
  • Historical documentaries
  • History textbooks

3. Descriptions of the 5 sites or events should be at least 300-500 words for each site or event presented. The descriptions should accurately demonstrate the cultural achievements and significance of the society studied and presented.

  1. Consider utilizing photos of the site or an event that may have been similar to help illustrate your narrative

4. The student will present their travel narrative and descriptions of location, along with any accompanying images (properly label and cited) on a digital platform of their choice. Here are some options:

  1. Weebly
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