All students will complete an Email to Mr. Scribner (email@example.com) about "Heritage". Once complete, you will use your time in class to begin a 10-slide presentation on Google Slides called "MyBio". You will include at least 4 pictures and 10 slides. See instructions below for specific requirements. You must SHARE this project with Mr. S (firstname.lastname@example.org) for credit.
Heritage is the full range of our inherited traditions, monuments, objects, and culture. Most important, it is the range of contemporary activities, meanings, and behaviors that we draw from them. Heritage includes, but is much more than preserving, excavating, displaying, or restoring a collection of old things. It is both tangible and intangible, in the sense that ideas and memories--of songs, recipes, language, dances, and many other elements of who we are and how we identify ourselves--are as important as historical buildings and archaeological sites.
Heritage is, or should be, the subject of active public reflection, debate, and discussion. What is worth saving? What can we, or should we, forget? What memories can we enjoy, regret, or learn from? Who owns "The Past" and who is entitled to speak for past generations? Active public discussion about material and intangible heritage--of individuals, groups, communities, and nations--is a valuable facet of public life in our multicultural world.
Heritage is a contemporary activity with far-reaching effects. It can be an element of far-sighted urban and regional planning. It can be the platform for political recognition, a medium for intercultural dialogue, a means of ethical reflection, and the potential basis for local economic development. It is simultaneously local and particular, global and shared.
Heritage is an essential part of the present we live in--and of the future we will build.
(1) Saved as “(Your Name) Bio” and emailed to Mr. S
(a) Include a Title Slide
(b) Include a Birth Information Slide
(5) Have at least 4 Graphics/Photos that are related to their slides
Suggested Slides: You may use these suggestions or come up with your own (APPROPRIATE CONTENT)
Slide 2: Birth Information: Birthday, Birthplace, Length, Weight, and Time **
Career: What you want to be? How you will do this?
Class Schedule: What is your schedule this semester?
Dislikes: Identify your dislikes.
Family Information: Family Size, Parents Names, Siblings
Favorites: Identify your favorite things.
Friends: Who are you friends? What do you do with them for fun?
Goals: List short-term goals (for the year). List intermediate goals (for the next 3 years).
List long-term goals (for the next 10 years).
Hobbies: Identify your hobbies.
Job: What is your job? What are your job duties?
Likes: Identify your likes.
People: Have different people make comments about you.
STEPS TO COMPLETE PROJECT (READ ALL DIRECTIONS FIRST!)
1. Sign into Google Drive
2. Open NEW Slides Presentation
3. Rename SLIDES "MyBio (Your Last Name) P(?) S2"
5. Select VIEW IMAGE of Full Size Pictures (You need at least 4 images in your project)
6. Save Images or Image URL's for Use In Presentation
7. Choose Template Style
8. Begin to enter personal information on each Slide.
9. Complete each slide by adding information and photos
10. SHARE with Mr. S for credit! DO NOT EMAIL! JUST SHARE IT!
11. Be Prepared To Present This To The Class In The Future!