2nd Annual Virtual History Wax Museum Update

Wax Museum

Now that all of your hard work has been completed, it is time to record your Historical Figure Presentation for the Virtual Wax Museum! Please remember to video record yourself in costume and standing in front of your backdrop while sharing the information you gathered about your chosen historical figure. Remember, be sure to speak in FIRST person. When recording, make sure the camera is clear and still – and there is no background noise. Presentations should be no longer than 1 minute in length. Video presentations, as well as photos and/or reports provided, will be posted on iLEAD’s Virtual History Wax Museum website. If you do not feel comfortable in front of the camera, you can record your voice only and use the backdrop you created as the focal point while the presentation is being read.

When you have completed your recording, please submit your presentation using this link.

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