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I need help, a requirement for me to graduate at my high school is to do this big project that relates to a future career choicer, for it I have chosen to teach a U.S. History class of Juniors. I was talking to my mentor who is the teacher of that class, and he said by the time i do my project there curriculum will be in the Vietnam/Nixon era.
I need ideas on a project i can do with the class, because just doing an outline like the teacher does would just be boring for the judging panelists to hear about.
thanks in advance
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You need to be more pacific. I can go on about a week just on Vietnam War. If I to do just a piece on Vietnam I would do it on Tet. You can just do it on the birth of technology at the time. It just goes on.
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If you have to teach them a section at the end of the section have a quiz game where they get in groups and buzz in to answer but teaching the lesson is always going to be boring for the students : /.
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Absolute coolest thing you could do:
Paint up about 40 Catachans in vietnam colors. Make a small diorama where they are moving through the vietnam brush, and teach it like a moving diorama of an actual important battle. Your career choice it relates to could be 'eavy metal painter or something.
I dunno, if I had done that it would have been more interesting than the Powerpoint presentation I ended up doing a couple years ago.
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