Response to 6/7
From what I've noticed, pictures are very important in any presentation that we might do. Pictures keep the reader involved. If there aren't actual pictures, the words need to be able to easily create a mental picture. I think that in our presentation, we are going to need actual pictures. I'm liking the setup of doing words and pictures in a book style. Such like this would be something with a simple cover(maybe white with offset words just stating what we are looking at which could be "oil") and then pages that follow which are one with words simply describing the picture and how it relates to out whole purpose. Then would be a conclusion with what needs to be done to make sure that our environment maintains its ability for functionable life.
Now this might not be at all what other members in my group are thinking. They might not have any better ideas or their ideas might far surpass what I've thought. I am still not completely sure of where this project is going and what the presentation will be like, however, an intrepretive dance could be quite fun.
All I know at this point is that it should be some sort of document that is detailed but not too indepth. There should be some sort of cover sheet associated with it. Either something very green to work with environmental stablitiy(this could be just a color or a full picture of some place that most people would think as wonderful) or it should be something disturbing(possibly a picture of oil around an environment that has been destroyed from how it originally was before the oil companies got there.) Well, either of those or the plain white paper with just a full worded title.