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Kaplan HU300 Final Project

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Question;Final;project instructions;Your Final Project for this course will be a virtual time;capsule. A time capsule is a grouping of items for future discovery. For our;purposes, we will imagine that our time capsule will be buried at the end of;the course and opened 100 years later.;The goal of our capsule is to provide an overview of what you;believe future generations should remember about the twentieth and early;twenty-first centuries. The project can be composed in Microsoft Word or;PowerPoint. It can include multimedia if you wish.;You must include the;course materials in your time capsule, incorporate APA formatting (citations;and a references section). Word count;specifications are described below for each category.;The final project should include the following EIGHT criteria;Item 1: Letter of introduction: Write a letter, including a;minimum of250 words, describing;your current life to a potential reader 100 years in the future.;In your letter, consider;the following questions: What is your;daily experience? Describe your daily routine, as well as your customs and;habits (i.e., holidays, work schedules, etc.).;Also describe your perspective on the modern era, and your dreams/ goals;for the future.;Item 2: Morality/ Decision Making;Include;one specific example of morality and decision-making in current culture. Feel free to reference the course materials;or specific examples of morality.;Include at least 100 words;for this category.;Item 3: HappinessInclude your definition of;happiness in 100 words or more. Describe how you reached this view of;happiness. Do you believe your;definition of happiness corresponds with one of the theories of happiness we;studied in our unit on happiness?;Item 4: Literature In one paragraph, select one specific literary word (poem, short;story, play, or novel). Indicate why;this literature selection is significant to you. Why is this item worth preserving for readers;100+ years in the future? What does this;selection communicate about our culture today?;Item 5;Art and Architecture;In one paragraph, select one piece of;architecture or art. Indicate why this;art or architecture selection is significant to you. Why is this item worth preserving for readers;100+ years in the future? What does this;selection communicate about our culture today?;Item 6;Music;In one paragraph, select one specific song (or;group of songs). Focus specifically on;the selected song(s) and not the artist / musician for the song(s). Indicate why this song or group of songs is;significant to you. Why is this item;worth preserving for readers 100+ years in the future? What does this selection communicate about;our culture today?;Item 7;Film;In one paragraph, select one film.;Indicate the film genre as well as why this film selection is;significant to you. Why is this item;worth preserving for readers 100+ years in the future? What does this selection communicate about;our culture today?;Item 8: Pop Culture;In one paragraph, select;one specific item from pop culture.;Indicate why this item from pop culture is significant to you. Why is this item worth preserving for readers;100+ years in the future? What does this;selection communicate about our culture today?;Conclusion / Summary: Summarize your time;capsule in a concluding paragraph. What should a reader in the future learn;about the current era after reviewing your time capsule?;Please feel free to include examples that you discovered in our;studies this term, incorporate the course materials in your time capsule.;Challenge yourself to choose items that might be valuable for the future;though they might not necessarily be your favorites. The course materials are;required sources for the unit 9 final project, feel free to incorporate;additional outside sources as well. Add;citations and references forall;consulted sources.

 

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