M7A1 HIS

For this assignment we are reversing roles. If you were teaching a course on Colonial America what would you highlight? What people events or themes do you consider most important?
In the last module you assembled an outline and annotated bibliography of at least six sources you intend to use for Project 2. Now in Module 7 you are to put together a Power Point presentation that focuses on eight themes that you feel are most important for someone to understand about the Colonial period. You may include images graphics and anything else that will make your presentation visually interesting and support your text. The EC library has numerous sources that will be helpful to you. Please make use of the History Research Guide linked into your course sidebar and contact librarians if you need assistance. In addition you may consult all the sources we have used this semester.
In the last module you submitted an outline and annotated bibliography of your sources which you will use in this assignment.
For assistance in preparing your PowerPoint you should go to the Atomic Learning Resources which are available under Video Tutorials in the course sidebar. Search PowerPoint for available tutorials for different versions.
Your PowerPoint should include the following slides:
In addition to a reference page at the end of your PowerPoint you should also use in-text citations throughout the presentation in either APA or Chicago style.
If you do not have access to Power Point or do not feel comfortable using this program you may submit your presentation as a written paper. Each of the eight themes should be a separate section and written as if you were giving an oral presentation.
Your completed Project 2 is due in Module 7.
Compose your work using a word processor (or other software as appropriate) and save it frequently to your computer. When you’re ready to submit your work click Browse My Computer and find your file. Once you’ve located your file click Open and if successful the file name will appear under the Attached files heading. Scroll to the bottom of the page click Submit and you’re done. Be sure to check your work and correct any spelling or grammatical errors before you post it.

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