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Mrs. Rao's BAD Example Prezi

This is NOT how to get an A on your presentation.
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Kelli Rao

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Shakespeare and Taming of the Shrew:
My Group's Presentation

Taming of the Shrew Evidence 1
What is the first piece of evidence about your topic you will be discussing?
The article about https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s-MRLrIErIE4naoB8bdu_CCtBemcCE8HDI7bxWctMc8/edit?usp=sharing
Explain how the evidence answers your research question.
It tells all about the Taming of the Shrew.
Taming of the Shrew Evidence 2
What is the second piece of evidence about your topic you will be discussing?
MADDY COSTA
https://docs.google.com/document/d/19r-RDOKLHt4S3tiXkjQwdySCX0U8HbrE6Xg8_8o_CIY/edit?usp=sharing
Explain how the evidence answers your research question. It tells about the different versions of the play.
Taming of the Shrew Intro
Introduce your research question.
What is Taming of the Shrew about?
What is the first topic from the play that you will be discussing, in your own words? The thing about Taming of the Shrew.
Shakespeare Intro
Shakespeare
Evidence 1
What is the first piece of evidence about your topic you will be discussing?
Since William Shakespeare lived more than 400 years ago, and many records from that time are lost or never existed in the first place, we don't know everything about his life. For example, we know that he was baptized in Stratford-upon-Avon, 100 miles northwest of London, on April 26, 1564. But we don't know his exact birthdate, which must have been a few days earlier.
Explain how the evidence answers your research question.
It tells about his life.
Shakespeare
Evidence 2
What is the second piece of evidence about your topic you will be discussing?
Knapp, Alex. "Yes, Shakespeare Really Did Write Shakespeare." Forbes. Forbes Magazine, 19 Oct. 2011. Web. 01 Apr. 2016.
Explain how the evidence answers your research question. Shakespeare wrote plays in his life.
CONNECTION
How do these two questions connect?
I don't think they really do.
Transition from Taming of the Shrew to Shakespeare's life and society.
Ok.
Taming of the Shrew
Evidence 3
What is the third piece of evidence about your topic you will be discussing?
There wasn't any more.

Explain how the evidence answers your research question. There wasn't enough information.
Taming of the Shrew Conclusion
What have you learned about your topic? Nothing really.
What insight have you gained about Taming of the Shrew? I don't know what that means.
Introduce your research question. Something about Shakespeare's life.

What is the topic from Shakespeare's life and times that you will be discussing, in your own words? His life.
What is the third piece of evidence about your topic you will be discussing?
PBS

Explain how the evidence answers your research question.
Ben Jonson knew Shakespeare and so he wrote about him.
Shakespeare
Evidence 3
What have you learned about your topic? That Shakespeare lived 400 years ago.
What insight have you gained about Shakespeare's life and/or the time period? It was a long time ago.
Shakespeare Conclusion
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