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The Count of Monte Cristo Prezi. For your final project for The Count of Monte Cristo , you’ll create a prezi to present to the class. You’ll have at least one day in class to work on this. Include the following: Answer your question thoroughly .

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The count of monte cristo prezi
The Count of Monte CristoPrezi

For your final project for The Count of Monte Cristo, you’ll create a prezito present to the class. You’ll have at least one day in class to work on this. Include the following:

Answer your question thoroughly.

Use five vocabulary words in your prezi; use them in rich context.

Use the argumentative structure of writing in your prezi (i.e. Give a main claim, mini claims, evidence, and counterclaim). Be explicit about making these components of argument obvious in your prezi. Your evidence for all of this will come straight from the novel. Include exact quotes from the book and their page numbers.

Include at least five pictures to enhance your prezi. Make sure that you include the source of your pictures.


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The Count of Monte CristoPrezi

Is the Count justified in his pursuit of revenge?

Is the Count a moral person?

What can you learn about waiting and hoping by reading the book?

Did every character get what he/she deserved?

Does true happiness truly come from deep misery?

Is the Count a hero?


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