Telling a history-of-something story is always effective.

What's a history-of-something?

It's a scene illustrating the history of... something.

People love seeing an entertaining history-of-something that's common to them told in a surprising way - especially about some everyday thing we take for granted.

It's delightful to see the ordinary world in new & inspiring ways.

Take for example Walt Disney's "Victory Through Air Power" (1943).

There's a brilliant sequence detailing the history of aviation I highly recommend you study.


Since you're also constructing the historical story, you can leave out, editorialize, or add any element that you wish.


This highly increases the persuasive value of your overall thesis because audiences find it irresistibly difficult to argue with History.

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