Worst man made disaster in US history: Tennessee Coal ash spill

​This is a screen shot of our history project; our project consists of the governments handle of the situation, whats going on now and the who, what, where, when and why involved. Our topic was the worst man made disaster in US history the Tennessee Coal Ash Spill.


Our group had a slow start with this project but in the end we pulled through. I learned a lot about the Tennessee Coal Ash Spill and much about the disasters that other students presented. We had a few ups and downs, especially meeting deadlines we set for each other but we collaborated and found incredible amounts of information to learn from. I think if we could have been a little more organized if we practiced before presenting but it was a lot better the second time around.
Because most of us were doing individual research and it was all put together by one person, while presenting we were a little unorganized.  However by the second time we had everything together and could tell our story. 
I think that if everyone would be a little more creative during the infograph part it would have made our project much more attractive.  
Be Concise
Be Visual
Be Smarter
Be Transparent
Be Different
Be Accurate
Be Attractive
Be Varied
Be Gracious
Be Creative

I think we worked very well with being concise,  different, smarter, accurate,  visual, varied, creative, and attractive.  Maybe not so much in the transparent and gracious, because as I said before the first group we presented to was a little messy but got a lot better after the that. I dont think we put up enough information in order to be transparent and im not sure how we could have been gracious in this project.

By Marina Stuart
Group Mates: Elona M, Shi F, and Mustapha I.
Elona Myftaraj
Marina Stuart
Shakeelah Finney
Mustapha Idriss
Screen shot 2011-05-06 at 10.09.59 AM
Screen shot 2011-05-06 at 10.09.59 AM