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History 102 professor pan project outline

by: Tessa Mosher

History 102 professor pan project outline HIS 102

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Date Created: 03/07/16
Notes 3-7-16 Historical Dinner Party Project: - Group 5-6 members Theme- the positive and negative impacts of the western domination of the world in the 20 century - Invite 6-10 guests to have dinner - Create an imagined yet historically correct dialogue at the dinner to discuss the pos. and neg. impact of the western domination - Guests should embody the positive or negative impacts of the western domination Guests - The guests that you are to invite should have varied background roles within their societies - Must exist in the history of the 20 century - They might be nameless, but their existence must be backed up by sources Guest example - You can invite a bantu girl in S. Africa around 1930- based on what you learned from the assigned reading Social conditions among bantu women and girls authored by charlotte Maxeke - A german worker in 1930s based on the information in the reading “slump! A study of stricken Europe Today” by H. Hessell Tiltman - Feel free to bring current events in discussion - You must back up the existence of the individual Sources: 1.)Textbook 2.)Assigned supplementary readings 3.)Class discussion 4.)Internet sources Guest selection: - Guests should also be in a position to comment on the western impacts on the world or regions they are hailed from in the 20 centuryh - Must represent all the regions 1.)The west (broadly defines as the united states or Europe) 2.)Africa 3.)Asia 4.)The middle east 5.)Latin America - research the life of each person you have selected - Know his or her background, accomplishments, opinions, ect. - Create a dialogue that is imagined but historically correct that would take place around the dinner table of the dinner party of 2016 - Need to provide at least three pos. and three neg. impacts on the world as a result of western domination - Give an overall assessment about the future of this “world order” in which the west has been the dominated force - Create a pre-recorded PPT. The length of the PPT should be no more than 15 minutes Evaluation - Class peer evaluation - Group member peer evaluation - Class peer evaluation= 90 - Group member peer evaluation = 70 - Your project score Ex. (90+70)/2=80


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