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Vlad

  1. 1. MEDIEVAL LIFE PECHA KUCHA PRESENTATION Begin by choosing a subject from the following sites http://www.medieval-life.net/ OR http://www.medieval-life-and-times.info/ OR http://www.medieval-spell.com/Medieval-Life.html Topic Slide 1 - Introduction Slide Introduce your topic to the audience. 20 seconds worth Picture Relevant +2 Picture Not Relevant +0 Picture Good Quality +2 Picture Poor Quality +0 Interesting Information + 6 Not relevant Information + 0 Speaks Too Soft or Unclear -2Too Short -1 per 2 seconds Poor Posture -2 Poor Eye Contact / Reading Often -2 Too Long -1 per 2 seconds Perfect Slide BONUS +1 - Must score 10/10 Slide Score out of 10 pts Slide 2 - First Topic 20 seconds worth Picture Relevant +2 Picture Not Relevant +0 Picture Good Quality +2 Picture Poor Quality +0 Interesting Information + 6 Not relevant Information + 0 Speaks Too Soft or Unclear -2Too Short -1 per 2 seconds Poor Posture -2 Poor Eye Contact / Reading Often -2 Too Long -1 per 2 seconds Perfect Slide BONUS +1 - Must score 10/10 Slide Score out of 10 pts 3:20 presentation No text on slides Only Great Quality Pictures Print Form Vlad "Tepes" Dracula Hello, our names are Halle and Jake. Today we are going to talk about Vlad Dracula the Impaler. During our presentation you will learn about the kingdom of Transylvania and the way that the Dark Prince known as Vlad Tepes Dracula ruled his kingdom. If you would like to know why Vlad is known as the impaler, the reason for this is that Vlad would take a stake that he would stand straight up and down, and impale the unlucky dishonest person, or thief onto the stake. The reason for this torture was because it was a very slow and painful.
  2. 2. Slide 3 - First Topic 20 seconds worth Picture Relevant +2 Picture Not Relevant +0 Picture Good Quality +2 Picture Poor Quality +0 Interesting Information + 6 Not relevant Information + 0 Speaks Too Soft or Unclear -2Too Short -1 per 2 seconds Poor Posture -2 Poor Eye Contact / Reading Often -2 Too Long -1 per 2 seconds Perfect Slide BONUS +1 - Must score 10/10 Slide Score out of 10 pts Slide 4 - First Topic 20 seconds worth Picture Relevant +2 Picture Not Relevant +0 Picture Good Quality +2 Picture Poor Quality +0 Interesting Information + 6 Not relevant Information + 0 Speaks Too Soft or Unclear -2Too Short -1 per 2 seconds Poor Posture -2 Poor Eye Contact / Reading Often -2 Too Long -1 per 2 seconds Perfect Slide BONUS +1 - Must score 10/10 Slide Score out of 10 pts Slide 5 - First Topic 20 seconds worth Picture Relevant +2 Picture Not Relevant +0 Picture Good Quality +2 Picture Poor Quality +0 Interesting Information + 6 Not relevant Information + 0 Speaks Too Soft or Unclear -2Too Short -1 per 2 seconds Poor Posture -2 Poor Eye Contact / Reading Often -2 Too Long -1 per 2 seconds Perfect Slide BONUS +1 - Must score 10/10 Slide Score out of 10 pts We would like to start off our presentation by talking about Vlad's obsession with honesty. As you can see from the picture, people in this country of Transylvania were tortured, murdered, and impaled by Vlad's guards by the order of Vlad himself because the person either had lied about something or had been a thief. One odd thing about Vlad is that he had a forest of dead men, women and children which were hung up on very large stakes for the purpose for him to dine in. If someone did not like the smell he would hang the person higher than all the others so he or she wouldn't smell the stench during they're death. The other place he would dine in is his castle, Bran Castle. Bran Castle was built by the Knights of the Teutonic Order in the year 1212. It was known as Dietrichstein in its time of use. At the end of the 13th century it was taken over by the Saxons. Vlad's old castle is now up for sale today.
  3. 3. Slide 6 - First Topic 20 seconds worth Picture Relevant +2 Picture Not Relevant +0 Picture Good Quality +2 Picture Poor Quality +0 Interesting Information + 6 Not relevant Information + 0 Speaks Too Soft or Unclear -2Too Short -1 per 2 seconds Poor Posture -2 Poor Eye Contact / Reading Often -2 Too Long -1 per 2 seconds Perfect Slide BONUS +1 - Must score 10/10 Slide Score out of 10 pts Slide 7 - First Topic 20 seconds worth Picture Relevant +2 Picture Not Relevant +0 Picture Good Quality +2 Picture Poor Quality +0 Interesting Information + 6 Not relevant Information + 0 Speaks Too Soft or Unclear -2Too Short -1 per 2 seconds Poor Posture -2 Poor Eye Contact / Reading Often -2 Too Long -1 per 2 seconds Perfect Slide BONUS +1 - Must score 10/10 Slide Score out of 10 pts Slide 8 - First Topic 20 seconds worth Picture Relevant +2 Picture Not Relevant +0 Picture Good Quality +2 Picture Poor Quality +0 Interesting Information + 6 Not relevant Information + 0 Speaks Too Soft or Unclear -2Too Short -1 per 2 seconds Poor Posture -2 Poor Eye Contact / Reading Often -2 Too Long -1 per 2 seconds Perfect Slide BONUS +1 - Must score 10/10 Slide Score out of 10 pts One of Vlad's castles were burned down from the inside by the order of Vlad himself. This reason because he wanted to get rid of the sick and poor in his country. He did not like having the most of his people in his kingdom being sick and poor. Another thing that has happened in his kingdom is that his wife had told him that she was pregnant in order to make him feel happy when he was in a down mood. It was to be found a fact that his wife had lied, and because she lied, he took a knife and cut her open, from below her waist up to her chest. Most of Vlad's victims were killed by impalement. When killing large numbers of peasants, he would drive them in herds over cliff sides onto beds of spikes below. He also employed such horrible methods of torture such as boiling, quartering, decapitation, etc.
  4. 4. Slide 9 - First Topic 20 seconds worth Picture Relevant +2 Picture Not Relevant +0 Picture Good Quality +2 Picture Poor Quality +0 Interesting Information + 6 Not relevant Information + 0 Speaks Too Soft or Unclear -2Too Short -1 per 2 seconds Poor Posture -2 Poor Eye Contact / Reading Often -2 Too Long -1 per 2 seconds Perfect Slide BONUS +1 - Must score 10/10 Slide Score out of 10 pts Slide 10 - First Topic 20 seconds worth Picture Relevant +2 Picture Not Relevant +0 Picture Good Quality +2 Picture Poor Quality +0 Interesting Information + 6 Not relevant Information + 0 Speaks Too Soft or Unclear -2Too Short -1 per 2 seconds Poor Posture -2 Poor Eye Contact / Reading Often -2 Too Long -1 per 2 seconds Perfect Slide BONUS +1 - Must score 10/10 Slide Score out of 10 pts Although many think that the fact of Vlad Dracula drinking blood is true, I think it is a myth. The reason for the name Dracula in his name is because of his father was named Vlad Dracul. They usually called him the blood thirsty ruler. This is why I think that people think he was a "vampire". As you can see from my presentation, Vlad had nothing but honesty in his country. Vlad died in battle, over the age of fifty. He will always be remembered. Many remember him as a cruel fiend. Some remember him as a proud and fierce defender of his homeland. He was, perhaps in many ways, both.

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