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4th PERIOD -POWERPOINT PROJECT (NOTES)

January 24 - January 26

GENERAL NOTES:

1. Students MUST have their projects finished and submitted to the teacher either by email (almanzar@flps.com) or left it in their respective class folders before bell rings at the end of class on Thursday 1/26/2023. Those who don’t submit by then will be late and appear on my progress reports.

2. Students will work with projects during class time on January 24 & 26 and Presentations start on Friday 1/27/2023. Those who the teacher had previously scheduled to start that day, will need to be ready to present that day.

3. SLIDESHOW REQUIREMENTS:

**Slide show project must have a minimum of 13 slides including a page with title at beginning & conclusion at the end.
**Slide much must have illustrations on each slide related to topic.
Students must include animation effects.
**Project must look neat and professional. If you like to paste text and pictures without any sense of organization, you will lose points for that.
**You must study your presentation before presenting. If you don’t present well, you will lose points as well.

4. TOPICS:

Students will be picking a topic related to BLACK HISTORY MONTH from a list given by the teacher and base their presentations on that topic.

The list of topics given are the following:

**FAMOUS AFRICAN AMERICANS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE:

Annie Easley—Early NASA Computer Programmer
Frank S. Greene—One of the First Black Technologists
Evelyn Boyd Granville—Comp. Programmer and Second Black Woman to Earn a PhD in Math
Clarence “Skip” Ellis—Officetalk Creator and Icon-Based GUI Pioneer
Gladys West—GPS Technology Pioneer
Roy L. Clay Sr.—Godfather of Silicon Valley
Mark Dean—Developer of Industry Standard Architecture and the IBM PC
Marian R. Croak—Developer of Voice of Internet Protocol (VoIP)
John Henry Thompson—Creator of Lingo Programming Language
Rediet Abebe—Researcher & Cofounder of Black in AI and Mechanism Design for Social Good
Katherine Johnson -American mathematician
John Brooks Slaughter -American electrical engineer.

**A FAMOUS AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTIST OF YOUR CHOICE.
**A FAMOUS AFRICAN AMERICAN SPORTS FIGURE OF YOUR CHOICE.
**A FAMOUS AFRICAN AMERICAN POLITICIAN OF YOUR CHOICE.

 

Details

Start:
January 24
End:
January 26
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