As you know your final is digital. You may use any online resource you wish, but the thoughts and ideas you express in your writing must be your own.
- Create a new presentation in Google Docs.
- Answer each question on a separate slide in your presentation.
- Number your slides to match the question numbers.
- You may ask for help with the technology but not the content.
- Share your presentation with me.
You must follow these directions exactly. ANY missing pieces will lower your grade.
Hint: Use F11 to get more work space on your screen.
I’m deliberately NOT giving you any helpful links. You need to be able to find these things for yourself.
#1 Slide: Title, name, date, period. The title is up to you, be creative
#2 Slide: Explain the difference between Assumptions and Beliefs. Use a quote from the Journals of Lewis and Clark and explain why it is an assumption or belief.
#3 Slide: Insert an image of Chief Red Jacket. Include the URL for the image you insert. Explain who he was. Summarize briefly what he told the missionaries in his Lecture to a Missionary speech.
#4 Slide: Nature has been an important theme in our study of American Lit. Find an image that represents nature. Write a short poem (can be bad) about the image that includes two forms of figurative language. Highlight the figurative language.
#5 Slide: Use a two column slide. In one column list the important authors of the Harlem Renaissance. In the second column list the important musicians.
#6 Slide: Insert a map to show how the Great Migration affected African American populations.
#7 Slide: Review A Flapper’s Appeal to Parents. Use a two column slide again. List three things parents complain about on one side and three things she suggests to parents on the other.
#8 Slide: Write a thesis statement for the beginning of an essay about your opinion on prohibition. List three points you would use in your essay.
#9 Slide: Paste this analogy on to your slide and explain the relationships between the words. Doctor:Hospital:: Professor: College make sure you thoroughly explain how the analogy works.
#10 Slide: Write your own analogy and explain how it works.
#11 Slide: Describe a moment in The Great Gatsby that was memorable to you. Explain why it was memorable. Include a quote from that moment. (Extra point if the moment involves dramatic irony and you explain how.) You can also include an image IF YOU HAVE TIME.
#12 Slide: Write three IMPORTANT questions about The Great Gatsby.
#13 Slide: Select your favorite quote from everything we read this year. You can go back to first semester if you want to. Include the quote and make a PERFECT citation for the quote. Hint: Use Citation Machine.
#14 Slide: Create a slide about your favorite INDEPENDENT reading book this year. Something you chose to read on your own. Find an image and include your review of the book. If you already reviewed the book in goodreads you can paste that review here. If you write a new review here then paste it into goodreads.
#15 What would you write in my yearbook?
This is an example of the slides you should have. Think of it as an outline.