In the twentieth century, globalization and modernization contributed to the outbreak of incredibly violent global conflicts. The First World War and the Second World War shaped the first half of the century, and the Cold War dominated the second. Each war demonstrated humanityâ€™s capacity for extraordinary destruction. These wars disrupted millions of lives and led to political upheaval and redrawing of national boundaries.
In this task, you will be required to prepare a multimedia presentation that describes the causes of one of these conflicts and discusses the effects of the conflict on three different regions of the globe. In addition, you will analyze how a primary source relates to the conflict in your presentation.
Note: It is policy to not accept live links (i.e. Prezi links) as submissions. Please submit your work as a downloadable file (e.g., PDF, .ppt, .doc).
All web links listed at the bottom.
A. Create a multimedia presentation (e.g., PowerPoint, Keynote) in which you do the following:
1. Describe the major causes of one of the following conflicts:
â— World War I
â— World War II
â— Cold War
2. Discuss the effects of the conflict you described in part A1 on three of the following parts of the world:
â— Eastern Europe
â— Western Europe
â— Middle East
3. Analyze how the given primary source (found in the Web Links section below) relates to your selected conflict.
Note: Multimedia presentations should include text and images (e.g., pictures, charts, tables, maps).
B. Provide acknowledgement of source information, using in-text citations and references, for quoted, paraphrased, or summarized content.
1. Include the following information when providing source references:
â€¢ location of information (e.g., publisher, journal, or website URL)
Note: APA citation style is the WGU standard. For tips on using APA style, please refer to the APA Resources web link found under General Information/APA Guidelines in the left-hand panel in Taskstream.
Note: No more than a combined total of 30% of a submission can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from outside sources, even if cited correctly.