History

How similar and different are the issues faced by and tactics used by proponents of the Black Power Movement of the late-1960s from those faced by and used by proponents of the modern-day #BlackLivesMatter movement?  And, what do the similarities and differences in public responses to those movements during their respective eras reveal about racial progress in America?

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Substance of the Electronic Presentation on Black Culture
(13 pts.)
The cultural selections fall within the time periods denoted in the assignment description.  The presentation provides meaningful background information that adds to the information that was presented in the class readings and discussions, and that lets viewers know why the chosen works are significant in to the cultural history of African-Americans.  The presentation explains why the works were chosen.  It features actual examples of the chosen works (i.e. if the presenter chose to present a particular song, he/she provides an actual clip of that song being performed or performs it him/herself). 
(13-11.7 pts.)
The works fall into the required time periods.  There is some information about why the works are significant.  But, said information could be more detailed and/or extensive in that it adds only slightly to the information presented in the assigned readings or class discussions/media presentations.  The presentation explains why the works were chosen.  And, there is a detailed example of each chosen work. 
(11.6-10.4 pts.)
The works fall within the required time periods.  But, the presentation provides little background information that was not presented in the class sources.  The presentation explains why the works were chosen.
(10.3-9.1 pts.)
The works do not fall within the required time periods. And/Or, the presentation provides little background information.  It lacks a full example of the works.  And/or, it may not explain why the works were chosen.
(9-0 pts.)
Style of the Electronic Presentation on Black Culture
(10 pts.)
The presentation is so well organized that it only takes viewers between 7-10 minutes to view it. The presentation includes both oral and visual media components.  It utilizes PowerPoint, digital video, YouTube clip, podcast, a skit, or some other medium that helps the presentation display a high level of creativity.  The presentation engages the viewers by prompting them to ponder questions or ideas.  Moreover, the Electronic Presentation is properly attached within the Discussion Board assignment link by the deadline. 
(10-9 pts.)
The presentation is organized and lasts 7-10 minutes.  It includes visual and oral components.  But, they could have been enhanced or more effectively utilized.  It may not prompt the viewers to ponder questions or ideas.  Moreover, the Electronic Presentation is properly attached within the Discussion Board assignment link by the deadline.
(8.9-8 pts.)
The presentation is too short or too long.  It has scarce or insignificant audio and/or visual aides.  But, the presentation does engage viewers.  Moreover, the electronic component to the presentation was properly attached to the assignment link and submitted by the assignment deadline.
(7.9-7 pts.)
The presentation is too long or too short.  It does not feature audio or visual aides.  And/or, it does not engage the class.  However, the electronic component to the presentation was not properly attached to the assignment link and submitted by the assignment deadline.
(6.9-0 pts.)
Feedback for Classmates
(2 pts.)
The student offers brief but substantive replies to the presentations of at least two of his/her classmates.  The replies do more than simply state something like “I liked your presentation.”  Instead, the replies state the student’s impressions of the specific merits and limitations of his/her classmates’ presentations.
(2 pts.)
The student offers only one (or fewer) reply to the presentations of his/her classmates.  Or, the reply is brief but not substantive. 
(1-0 pts.)

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