Presentation on theme: "History Fair Exhibit Warm-Up:"— Presentation transcript:
1 History Fair Exhibit Warm-Up: Explain how your project’s topic/event relates to the theme of revolution, reaction or reform
2 The Exhibit Needs to Visually Show: 1. What led to or caused the event? In other words, why did the event happen? Was this cause a revolution, a reaction or a reform? 2. What are the details of the event? Was this event a revolution, a reaction or a reform? 3. What was the result of the event? Or, what happened because of this event? Was this result a revolution, a reaction or a reform?
3 The Event= Montgomery Bus Boycott The Cause=Rosa Parks refusing to give up her seat, and she is arrestedWas this cause a revolution, a reaction or a reform?This cause was a ____________to the unfairness of segregation
4 Event-Montgomery Bus Boycott 2. Details of the event=African Americans boycott busesThey walk, get rides, and ride bikes insteadThis lasts a year; the bus company looses moneyWas this event a revolution, a reaction or a reform?This event was a ______________ to Rosa Parks arrest and treatment
5 Event-Montgomery Bus Boycott 3. Impact/Result of event=Martin Luther King, Jr. comes to helpBuses are desegregatedThe Civil Rights Movement BeginsWas this result a revolution, a reaction or a reform?This result was a ____________________
6 Exhibit Shows the Events: 1. Cause=Ms. Park does not give up seat=a reaction to frustration of segregation 2. Details=People walk, get rides, bike, bus comp. looses money; lasts 1 year=a reaction to the treatment and arrest of Rosa Parks 3. Impact/Results= bus desegregation, Dr. King appears, the Civil Rights movement begins =a revolution in the treatment and rights of African Americans in the US
7 Title Page Rule 13: Title Page A title page is required as the first page of written material in every category. Your title page must include only the title of your entry (How Rosa Parks Changed The US), your name(s) (Barbara Smith and Julio Villa) and the contest division (Junior Division) and category in which you are entered (Group Exhibit).TITLESTUDENT(S) NAME(S) DIVISION CATEGORYNote: The title page must not include any other information (pictures, graphics, borders, school name, or grade) except for that described in this rule. (e.g. Individual/Group, Exhibit, Documentary, Performance, Web Site)
8 Here is a Completed Title Page How Rosa Parks Revolutionized the US John Smith, Carlos Jones and Flabby Abby Junior Division (or Senior Division) Exhibit
9 Process PaperA process paper is a description of no more than 500 words explaining how you conducted your research and created and developed your entry. All categories except historical papers must include a process paper with their entry.
10 DUE DATES Friday, January 13, 2012 (Completed Exhibit) 20 points will be taken off for each late day. You will get one day this week in class to work on this.Tuesday, January, 17th, 2012 Completed:Title PageProcess PaperAnnotated Bibliography(20 points deducted for each late day)
11 PLEASE DO NOTbring me the work on a flash drive. It is your responsibility to print everything out DO not blame one group member!!!!!
12 Process Paper addresses The process paper should include the following four sections:explain how you chose your topic,(2) explain how you conducted your research,(3) explain how you selected your presentation category and created your project and(4) explain how your project relates to the annual theme (Revolution, Reaction or Reform)
13 Annotated Bibliography Bates. Daisy. The Long Shadow of Little Rock, New York; David McKay Co., Inc., 1962.Daisy Bates was the president of the Arkansas NAACP and the one who met and listened to the students each day. This first hand account was very important to my paper because it made me more aware of the feelings of the people it involved.NOTE: Oral history transcripts, correspondence between you and experts, questionnaires and other primary or secondary materials used as sources for your entry should be cited in your bibliography.