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Tute seven preparation

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  • 1. Working with Image Galleries
    Rearrange the following images to form a cohesive STORY.
    Write captions for each image and include at the bottom of each image.
    Try to upload to your wiki page (use Slideshare or pdf other format) for easy viewing in the tutorial.
    Some Background:
    The story comes out of the UK and is related to the series of debates that the three main party candidates participated in in the lead up to the UK general election in May 2010.
    This debate was the last in the series and took place at Birmingham University in April 2010.
    The candidates are: David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown.
    Tute SEVEN Preparation
  • 2. The most popular election in Britain’s history: The three candidates, David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown battle it out for supremacy in the most tuned into debate in UK television history.
  • 3. Britons took to any place they could to watch the debate unfold.
  • 4. Britons took to any place they could to watch the debate unfold.
  • 5. This election has generated wide interest across all of Britain's demographics.
  • 6. The press have responded to the public’s interest in the election campaigns.
  • 7. Supporters for the various parties have been vocal with their efforts.
  • 8. Pubs and bars were popular communal places to watch the debate.
  • 9. The financial crisis has concerned Britons about their national economy.
  • 10. Debate about who is the right man to lead will rage right up election day.