Creating a Museum Exhibit Project: Museum Exhibit Active Purpose: Create a virtual museum exhibit that showcases the cultural significance of an object. Summary: In this assignment, you will create a virtual museum exhibit based on an object that you believe to be culturally significant. The exhibit should include effective images and relevant information from credible sources and incorporate elements of design that reflect the importance of the object and add interest. Assignment prompt: Create a virtual museum exhibit based on an object that you believe to be culturally significant.
you have to use the template i provided for this projectCreate a virtual museum exhibit that showcases the cultural significance of an object. Summary: In this assignment, you will create a virtual museum exhibit based on an object that you believe to be culturally significant. The exhibit should include effective images and relevant information from credible sources and incorporate elements of design that reflect the importance of the object and add interest. Assignment prompt: Create a virtual museum exhibit based on an object that you believe to be culturally significant. Assignment instructions Step 1: Pick an object and develop strong research questions. a) Pick an object that you believe has cultural significance. Think about topics and cultures or societies you are interested in. b) Develop strong research questions that will help you navigate through information. Ask questions that help you highlight the importance of the object. Step 2: Conduct research a) Look for information that answers your research questions. Based on the results of your research, revise research questions as necessary. b) Use information that is based on credible sources, such as .gov, .edu, and .org websites. c) Organize research information using notes. Step 3: Select effective images and text. a) Look for images that are in the public domain or follow fair use guidelines. b) Select images that are effective in showing important aspects of the object. c) Select information that is accurate, relevant, interesting, and concise. d) Think about design options that add visual interest and clarity to the exhibit, such as image placement, text font, and choice of background. Student Guide (continued) Copyright © Ingenuity Inc. Step 4: Create your exhibit. a) Gather and edit information and images to be included in the exhibit. b) Design the exhibit to appeal to an audience. c) Remember to save your work as you go. Step 5: Evaluate your exhibit using the checklist. If you can answer “yes” to each question, you are ready to submit your exhibit. □ Does your exhibit reflect the cultural significance of an object? □ Does your exhibit include accurate and reliable information? □ Does your exhibit contain effective images? □ Does your exhibit have a layout that is easy to navigate? □ Does your exhibit have visual appeal? Step 6: Revise and submit your exhibit. a) If your work does not meet all of the requirements on the checklist, revise it. b) Once you have completed your exhibit, save your file. (Ask your teacher for help.) c) Return to the Virtual Classroom and use the “Browse for file” option to locate and submit your assignment. Congratulations on completing your assignment! d) Ask your teacher for further instructions about printing your work and presenting it to an audience.
c. Culturally relevant
Explanation: culture plays a role not not just in communicating and receiving information, but also in restructuring and shaping of the thinking process of groups, families and individuals. A culturally relevant perspective tries to avoid serious ethical errors that usually occur while working with minority culture families. It identifies from a family's perspective what is culturally significant to them rather than from a prescribed cultural perspective that may or may not be relevant to the family. It calls for engaging groups whose experiences and cultures are traditionally excluded from those of the mainstream settings, to help them develop positive ethnic and cultural identities while simultaneously helping them achieve goals that are culturally significant to them. Culturally relevant therapists or practitioners that center these goals in their practice, can empower families not only intellectually but socially, emotionally, and politically among others.
one cultural significance would be arrogance and her thinking she's more important than she actually is (still relevant), another could be respect for your elders, which is important in cultures across the globe
●intensive purposes is the correct answer