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Assignment: US History Infographics

🎯 Purpose
Infographics represent a creative way of presenting information. When your information is presented in an engaging way, it promotes a better learning experience. For this activity, you will address the provided prompt by designing a digital poster/infographics.

📋 Prerequisite
Completion of assigned reading
🎒 Task
✅ Create a poster/infographics to compare the Great Depression with the 2008 Recession/the Pandemic Shortage/the inflation and the impending recession DUE WEDNESDAY

❓ Prompt
Interview someone you know who experienced one of the above events. Compare their experience with the Great Depression
🎨 Format
or another online poster-making software with pictures and written descriptions
Critical note: Please use your own words and what you learned from the reading instead of copying the reading verbatim. If you reference outside sources, be sure to cite them following Academic Integrity practices.
🧰 Resources
🔐 Tips for Success

🟢 This activity was designed as complete or incomplete as a way to reward your work. Meet all requirements to obtain a "complete" grade, which is equivalent to 100%.
🟢 Use your infographics to illustrate the predicaments people experienced and their resilience during the Great Depression and one of the modern recessions
🟢 Demonstrate Bloom's Taxonomy including skills of “application, analysis, evaluation and creation.”
🟢 Bring out your creativeness. Use phrases instead of sentences to engage the readers.
🟢 If you select as your designing software, make sure you choose the BASIC plan that is free. Once you have successfully used a template to create a poster/flyer, do save it to your computer in order to upload it to Canvas later.
🟢 Feel free to explore designing software such as Sway. It has amazing digital magazine features.
It is mindboggling to see the variety of food the ancient peoples get to enjoy, which is no longer appreciated in the modern times
⌚ Time Commitment
2 hours

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