PowerPoint Presentation Task

In this assignment, you will take the final step in creating your presentation to help new employees and volunteers understand how historical events can be applied to one of the issues currently affecting your organization.

STEP 2: Use the below to build PowerPoint presentation. The presentation should be 5-7 slides and incorporate the evidence and arguments.

  • Be certain you include:
    • Title slide
    • Sources slide (see included below)
    • Outline slide (see included below)
    • Topic slide.
    • Evidence slides with evidence and visuals.
    • Slide that connects past events to current state for the topic focus identified in the sources below (Topic 1 blue highlight & Topic 2 purple highlight)

STEP 3: Prepare notes for your oral presentation and add them to the presenter notes in PowerPoint.

Research Question:

What lessons from women’s struggles for equality in the past can help inform current and future women’s rights issues?

Provide a thesis statement which would include an answer to my research question

Outline based on Research Question, this can be changed if necessary

  1. Women’s Suffrage – Right to Vote
    III. Important People/Timeline
    IV. Women’s Right Today
    V. Future Struggles with Women’s Right
    VI. Making Connections

Research question: Above

Background sentences:  Please complete

Thesis statement: Please complete based on ‘Research Question’

 

Summarize the/your argument

 

Evidence slides provide the examples or pieces of information from your sources that help answer your research question.  (Please make sure to include something that refers to your actual research question (the “lessons” that can be learned). You should specifically state, in your thesis statement what those lessons are.

Need at least 4 Evidence slides – Keep it simple

Remember the 7 × 7 rule—use no more than 7 lines of text on a slide, with no more than 7 words per line. Bullet points can often help your audience follow your ideas.

In your own words, describe your strongest evidence. Which pieces of information from your sources are most helpful for answering your research question?

In your own words, describe your weakest evidence. Which pieces of information from your sources don’t connect as easily to your research question?

What has been difficult about using these sources to answer your research question?

 

 

 

Resource List for assignment –  To be used

  1. Constitutional Rights Foundation. 2004. How Women Won the Right to Vote. https://www.crf-usa.org/bill-of-rights-in-action/bria-20-2-a-how-women-won-the-right-to-vote
  2. Lorraine Boissoneault. February 15, 2017. The 1977 Conference on Women’s Rights That Split America in Two. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/1977-conference-womens-rights-split-america-two-180962174/
  3. Susan B. Anthony. 1873. Women’s Right to Vote. https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/mod/1873anthony.asp
  4. Shirley Chisholm. May 21, 1969. Equal Rights for Women. https://awpc.cattcenter.iastate.edu/2017/03/21/equal-rights-for-women-may-21-1969/

 

 

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