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					8th   Grade Anne Frank Project

                 by
              Ms. Oke
             April 2011
                 OBJECTIVE
• Review SlideShow rubric
• 1) Select a topic: make sure it’s clear and
  concise!
• 2) Information gathering – don’t worry about
  starting or finishing your slideshow today! You
  have plenty of time!
• Got your flashdrive?
                             Introduction
 *Make sure you have a CLEAR and DEFINITE topic!*
• This is where I will inform the audience what my topic is.
    – (example) Historical events during WWII
    – (example) What have I been learning about Anne Frank and the events
      during her lifetime?
    – Some more possible topics:
        •   Holocaust
        •   Nazi Party
        •   Mengele
        •   Crematorium
        •   The Jewish Ghetto
        •   Other Jews who hid during the Holocaust
        •   Concentration Camps
        •   Hitler
        •   Miep Gies
        •   Mobile Killing Squads
        •   More – but must pertain to what you have been learning in class.
        Body of My Presentation
              (8-10 slides)
• This is the body of your presentation.
• Where you will present your research and
  images.
• Use powerful images, may have to save first,
  then import. Microsoft PPT won’t let you drag
  an image to a slide. (I think Keynotes might)
• New Safari platform – you need to open the
  image before saving or dragging.
                Conclusion
• What opened your eyes?
• What really stood out for you?
• TIE IT UP!
                           QUOTE
• They came for the Communists, and I didn't object - For I
  wasn't a Communist;
  They came for the Socialists, and I didn't object - For I wasn't a
  Socialist;
  They came for the labor leaders, and I didn't object - For I
  wasn't a labor leader;
  They came for the Jews, and I didn't object - For I wasn't a
  Jew;
  Then they came for me - And there was no one left to object.
              Bibliography
• Cite your sources!
• Some places to use:
  – http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/
  – www.ncwiseowl.org
  – http://history1900s.about.com/od/holocaust/tp/h
    olocaustpictures.htm
  – http://library.thinkquest.org/12663/

				
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