Choose the issue that you want to investigate for your presentation. Select one issue from the following list to research:Climate changePollutionDeforestation Research your issue.Read and analyze the resources about your chosen issue in the the Primary and Secondary Sources for United Nations Briefing PDF document. These resources provide important historical context for current discussions about these issues that you’ll want to discuss in your presentation. Note: You can do some of your own research to add to the resources provided. If you decide to do so, make sure that you choose reliable sources. Present your issue. For this project, create 8–12 slides with speaker notes. To learn more about creating a presentation, refer to the Supporting Materials section. Remember to cite your sources.In your presentation, Dr. Turner has asked you to do the following:Describe your chosen issue. Describe your research approach.How did you analyze primary and secondary sources on the issue? What questions did you ask about the documents? How did you identify the facts to make your point? What did you learn from the documents about the history of your issue? Analyze your issue.What is the history of the issue? Describe the issue based on your analysis of the primary and secondary sources that you researched. How have historians described and interpreted this issue in the past? How has this changed over time? (Note: Be sure to discuss multiple perspectives and focus on how these perspectives changed over time.) How did various groups present the issue throughout history (including social, economic, and political interests)? Have these presentations changed or remained the same over time? Relate your issue to the present.How does the history of your issue relate to current circumstances? What are the similarities and differences between past and present? Explain how history informs current discussions about the topic.How could historical context and inquiry inform current discussion and future decisions about your issue? Historical context refers to the norms and values of a particular time in history. For example: Take the current issue of expanding voting rights to prisoners in the United States. When analyzing this issue, it’s important to consider the historical context of voting rights in this country. In 1865, the 15th Amendment to the Constitution gave African American men the right to vote. In 1920, women were given the right to vote by the 19th Amendment. Understanding this context can help inform your discussion of the issue.Project Rubric: Presentation Presentation Which Resources Can Help?Describes the history of the issue based on an interpretation of primary and secondary sources☐ Mastered☐ Not YetUnit Resources: Assessing Historical SourcesDiscusses research approach, including how you analyzed primary and secondary sources and used them to inform your claims☐ Mastered☐ Not YetUnit Resources: Assessing Historical SourcesExamines how historians and other (social, economic, political) groups perceived and recorded their interpretations of the issue over time☐ Mastered☐ Not YetUnit Resources: History and HistoriographyDemonstrates how the history of the issue relates to current circumstances, including the similarities and differences between past and present☐ Mastered☐ Not YetUnit Resources: Interpreting the Past and PresentExplains how historical context and inquiry could inform current discussions and future decisions related to the issue☐ Mastered☐ Not YetUnit Resources: Interpreting the Past and PresentUnit Resources: Connecting the Past and Present
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