The Big Three Conversation

What would the Big Three have said at the Paris Peace Conference? In History, we’ve been studying the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, and to understand them more, we did a TP which consisted on creating a conversation between them, discussing each piont, their aims and objectives, and concluding the Treaty with the actual terms. I did it with Abril Teran Frías & Juan de Elia. This is our presentation:

Then, we created a VoiceThread with the whole conversation recorded with our own voices.

  • Anouk Laferrere represented Woodrow Wilson
  • Abril Teran Frías represented David Lloyd George
  • Juan de Elia represented Georges Clemenceau

This is our VoiceThread:

In my opinion, this was a very interesting and inexperienced way of understanding a topic. This way, from my point of view, was an easily way of learning this matter. I comprehend much more how did the start the Treaty with all their aims and how did they conclude it. It gave me a further explanation, especially, about Wilson’s ideas and aims at the start of the conference, as well as Clemenceau’s viewpoint of a just & lasting peace.

Personally, it was a really enjoyable and amusing experience to go on working with. I absolutely gratified looking up information in diferent sources and mixing it up so that it made sense. Moreover, deducing the facts of that time and place, let me have a wider idea of the incredible details that were surrounding that situation.

Furthermore, in case there is another setting in which we, Senior 1, have to repeat this project, I would be very glad to duplicate it. It was very fun not only to record the conversation with our friends, also, because of the funny, automatic sounds that we did when we got stuck at the time of recording our role.

In conclusion, this was a very new issue that can be possibly done another time. Also, it was a fantastic experience that involved my mind in that setting, and gave me a better view of the aims, objectives, ideas and terms that were sign in the Treaty of Versailles.

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  4. Lenny dijo:

    Well done!

    Your conversation is complete and very well developed.
    The recording is good with only few mistakes.

    The final reflection is very enriching. I’m glad you found this work useful.

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