(Done Paper) presentation should be approximately 15 minutes in length, with an additional 10 minutes allotted for discussion. Requirements for the presentation:

(Done Paper) presentation should be approximately 15 minutes in length, with an additional 10 minutes allotted for discussion. Requirements for the presentation:

presentation should be approximately 15 minutes in length, with an additional 10 minutes allotted for discussion.

Requirements for the presentation:

• Provide background, setting and context: when and where does this history take place? What was going on at the time? Who are the people / tribe involved? What is the larger history of the time period? (See Sara Evans book)
• Identify the author’s thesis / main point and important sub-points and supporting evidence. Each of the essays in Sifters is both biographical, but also thematic – there is some kind of main point to the biography.
• Summarize the story/history/plot.
• React and respond and comment on interesting and important details.
• Choose one or more aspects of this history/biography to research and learn more about. Identify and utilize a few academically appropriate online or print sources, in order to provide additional information for your presentation.
• Provide a complete and accurate list of “Works Cited” (MLA or Chicago style format)
• Include some kind of graphic information (photos, illustrations, maps, etc.). You might, for example develop a few slides, a handout, or poster.
• Don’t try and do too much — time is short. (For example: do not try and show any videos that are longer than 2-3 minutes.)
• On the day of your presentation, come to class prepared to help lead a discussion. Provide a few questions and/or points for discussion for the class.
• Assign clear roles and PRACTICE your presentation.
• IF you are using technology for ppt slides or other electronic media, then you MUST notify professor in advance in order to make arrangements.

Paper Comments Book required for this research is “Sifters: Native American Women’s Lifes” edited by Theda Perdue (New York:oxfprd University Press, 2001)

Please, conduct some additional historical research and add context, background and analysis to the text.

Thank you!

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