I’ve written a lot about the “What If?” History Projects both my IB Theory of Knowledge and ELL History students create and present (see The Best Resources For Teaching “What If?” History Lessons).

My TOK students are in the middle of doing their presentations, and I thought I’d share (with their permission) a couple that were done by High-Intermediate ELLs who are in my TOK classes.

In addition, I thought that readers might want to look at this feedback form that the audience uses while listening to each presentation. If a presentation group disagrees with the grade I give them, they can appeal it with the evidence of their classmates’ evaluations of their project.