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1 By Douglas Corbin U.S. History Project By Douglas Corbin By Douglas Corbin U.S. History Project U.S. History Project Nat Turner and Denmark Vesey

2 Table of Contents Project Description Project Description Goals and Objectives Goals and Objectives Grading Rubic Grading Rubic Reference page Reference page

3 Project Description Who was Nat Turner / Denmark Vesey? Who was Nat Turner / Denmark Vesey? What is their historical significance? What is their historical significance? Students will create a PowerPoint presentation about Nat Turner or Denmark Vesey for their U.S. History project. Students must use at least one book and more than one source of information for research. Students will create a PowerPoint presentation about Nat Turner or Denmark Vesey for their U.S. History project. Students must use at least one book and more than one source of information for research. Project must have a title, a table of contents, a timeline, a ending, and a bibliography page. Project must have a title, a table of contents, a timeline, a ending, and a bibliography page. Project must contain twelve slides in total. The twelve slides, will be divided into three categories. Your project must have at least two of the following choices: graphics, clipart, internet art, sound, movies, and/or hyperlink navigation. Project must contain twelve slides in total. The twelve slides, will be divided into three categories. Your project must have at least two of the following choices: graphics, clipart, internet art, sound, movies, and/or hyperlink navigation. Project is due in one month from assignment. Project is due in one month from assignment. Instructor will allot two class days, at the beginning and midpoint during this month, to answer questions and give additional support on this project. Instructor will allot two class days, at the beginning and midpoint during this month, to answer questions and give additional support on this project.

4 Goals and Objectives Investigate the significance of Nat Turner or Denmark Vesey, the two most well known U.S. slave rebellion leaders. Investigate the significance of Nat Turner or Denmark Vesey, the two most well known U.S. slave rebellion leaders. Research slavery in the U.S. and identify strategies that were used to both overturn and preserve it. Research slavery in the U.S. and identify strategies that were used to both overturn and preserve it. To expand your understanding of technology by creating a PowerPoint presentation. To expand your understanding of technology by creating a PowerPoint presentation.

5 Grading Rubric 1. Title page -5 points 2. Table of Contents -5 points A Timeline -15 points A Ending -5 points A Bibliography page -15 points Twelve presentation slides -5 points 7. Usage of graphics, clipart, internet art, sound, movies, and/or hyperlink navigation - 10 points 8. Research findings -30 points 9. Several sources -10 points

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8 Bibliography  Cite all book references: Author, A.A. (copyright date). Title. Location: Publisher  Cite all online resources: Author, A.A. (copyright date). Title. Retrieved month day, year, from source.


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