Title of Your PowerPoint Presentation
First and Last Name
Date

Slide Instructions: Your title slide is the first slide and should give the viewer an idea of what your presentation will be about. Please include your name and date.
Speaker Note Instructions: This is where you can write down what you’d like to say about this slide if you were to give an oral presentation. Your speaker notes will be used to evaluate your project, so make sure you write in complete sentences and pay attention to spelling and grammar.

Outline
My Topic
Sample text: The Industrial Revolution
Sample text: The Great Migration
Sample text: Factory Work
Sample text: WWII and the Economy
Making Connections
Sources

Slide Instructions: An outline slide lets your audience know what to expect from your presentation. This doesn’t need to be the kind of detailed or thorough outline that you might use to plan out a research report. It just needs to include the main idea that each slide will cover—it might even just be the time period covered by that slide.
Speaker Note Instructions: This is where you can write down what you’d like to say about this slide if you were to give an oral presentation. Your speaker notes will be used to evaluate your project, so make sure you write in complete sentences and pay attention to spelling and grammar.

My Topic
Research question you selected in Unit 2

Slide Instructions: Your topic is the same as the research question you selected in Unit 2. Define the historical challenges you are presenting on and expand on the topic of your presentation. What questions will you answer? What historical events and approaches will you explore?
Speaker Note Instructions: This is where you can write down what you’d like to say about this slide if you were to give an oral presentation. Your speaker notes will be used to evaluate your project, so make sure you write in complete sentences and pay attention to spelling and grammar

Sample text: The Industrial Revolution
Sample text: Going from farm work to factories; factories with poor working conditions
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Slide Instructions: In these slides, describe the historical challenges, approaches and strategies with supporting evidence. Also, remember to include information from your primary or secondary sources.
Speaker Note Instructions: This is where you can write down what you’d like to say about this slide if you were to give an oral presentation. Your speaker notes will be used to evaluate your project, so make sure you write in complete sentences and pay attention to spelling and grammar.

Sample text: The Great Migration
Sample text: 1915–1940: Migrating from the Jim Crow South to new factory jobs in the North; letter to the Chicago Defender: “Sir I Will Thank You with All My Heart”
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Slide Instructions: In these slides, describe the historical challenges, approaches and strategies with supporting evidence. Also, remember to include information from your primary or secondary sources.
Speaker Note Instructions: This is where you can write down what you’d like to say about this slide if you were to give an oral presentation. Your speaker notes will be used to evaluate your project, so make sure you write in complete sentences and pay attention to spelling and grammar.

Sample text: Factory Work
Sample text: Factory work and new skills; mastery of specialized tasks; close supervision and monotony; located in new areas; some (like Ford) paid well; productivity a must
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Slide Instructions: In these slides, describe the historical challenges, approaches and strategies with supporting evidence. Also, remember to include information from your primary or secondary sources.
Speaker Note Instructions: This is where you can write down what you’d like to say about this slide if you were to give an oral presentation. Your speaker notes will be used to evaluate your project, so make sure you write in complete sentences and pay attention to spelling and grammar.

Sample text: WWII and the Economy
Sample text: Great Depression of 1929–1939; women in factories; war industries in place—converting to peacetime; new opportunities for work; massive investments; new income opportunities
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Slide Instructions: In these slides, describe the historical challenges, approaches and strategies with supporting evidence. Also, remember to include information from your primary or secondary sources.
Speaker Note Instructions: This is where you can write down what you’d like to say about this slide if you were to give an oral presentation. Your speaker notes will be used to evaluate your project, so make sure you write in complete sentences and pay attention to spelling and grammar.

Making Connections
Sample text:
1. Embrace economic change instead of resisting it
2. Seek opportunities that match your skills
3. Seek education and training as needed
4. Cultivate agility

Slide Instructions: Your connections slide should connect past events to current events related to your issue and research question. Think of this slide as showing lessons you’ve learned from your research. What are the takeaways? How should people in your organization apply history to the present and the future? Try to think of four lessons from the past that you can connect to the present and the future.
Speaker Note Instructions: This is where you can write down what you’d like to say about this slide if you were to give an oral presentation. Your speaker notes will be used to evaluate your project, so make sure you write in complete sentences and pay attention to spelling and grammar.

Sources
Cweik, S. (2014, January 27). The Middle Class Took Off 100 Years Ago … Thanks to Henry Ford?. NPR.
Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future. (2020). Strategic Education, Inc.
National Child Labor Committee Collection—Images—Child Labor—Accidents (1908–1924). (n.d.). Library of Congress.
“Sir I Will Thank You with All My Heart”: Seven Letters from the Great Migration. (n.d.). History Matters.

Slide Instructions: This touchstone requires you to use at least two primary sources and two secondary sources. You already chose and analyzed these sources in the touchstone from Unit 2. Now you just need to add them to this slide. Following APA formatting, your sources should appear in alphabetical order.
Speaker Note Instructions: Speaker notes are not needed on this slide.

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