Always save to your H: drive folder-- if you aren't sure, ask library staff to help you!
When your group is finished with your project and all slides are on one PowerPt, name your presentation with:
The name of the genocide you studied and the first names of those in your group. Save to your H: drive.
Then, COPY your PowerPoint and PASTE to your teacher's folder on the K: Drive.
- Provide some basic facts about the historical background of where the genocide took place, when it happened, how many people were involved, and how many victims.
- Identify who was involved; leaders of government or military who promoted and implemented actions of genocide; how did they come into power; was there any resistance or opposition to their leadership? What was their political goal?
- Identify and describe any classifications or categories of people; religious, ethnic, etc., that would be victims of genocide.
- Identify and describe an symbols or language used to separate, exclude or dehumanize a group of people from society.
- Identify and describe how the genicide was organized, planned, and implemented; how victims were separated from society; how victims were killed.
- Identify and describe how perpetrators of the genocide attempted to hide, cover-up, and deny their actions.
- Identify and descirbe if the genocide could have been prevented; were there people, groups, organizations, governments, etc., that knew of genocide but were too slow or failed to act?
- Describe the aftermath: were there punishments? what was the death toll? what were the effects on the survivors?
- The last slide hyperlinks the sources you used. Title it Sources To hyperlink a source on your last slide, type the title of your webpage and the organization responsible for the site. Copy the URL address from your webpage. Highlight the Title/Organization on your PowerPoint information on your slide, right-click on the highlight and click on hyperlink. Paste the URL address into the box that says address. Save. Your hyperlink will work when you play your presentation.
- include maps, photos, charts, graphs, and/or short video clips