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Project’s Full Title (recommended font size of 100) Name Wentworth Fellow (recommended font size of 85). Travel Dates (recommended font size of 85).

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Project s full title recommended font size of 100 name

Project’s Full Title (recommended font size of 100)

Name

Wentworth Fellow (recommended font size of 85)

Travel Dates (recommended font size of 85)

Include information here about where you traveled. You could talk about historic sites, interesting places you visited, what is interesting about this place, etc. (recommended font size of 30 for main text, though the font sizes can change as you enter more text)

Caption - Remember to use simple captions and show, rather than tell, in your captions (Recommended font size of 26 for captions)

Caption – keep it simple

Include information here about the author or what specifically you were exploring. You could give some background information or interesting facts about the who/what you were exploring

Here you want to have some brief conclusions about connections you found on your trip, whether it be a connection between the author and the place, a specific poem about the place, etc.

Caption – Why is this significant to the author you studied?

Caption – Remember to tell what picture is!

  • Thank you, Mr. Green!


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