English and Literature
Submitted By BLEGRAND
Part 4: Class Presentation (100 points/20% of the final grade)
Due Date: First day of Week 8
Our last week of class will turn the spotlight on you! Essentially, YOU become the teachers. Based on the research you have done on your individual topics, you are to present your findings to the class in a well-crafted original presentation. Your presentation should cover the components listed in the rubric below. Your presentation is due the first day of week 8 so that the class has time to review your work.
Your presentation can take any form you choose that is conducive to an online format. This includes narrated slide shows (e.g. Powerpoint, Prezi, Knovio), podcasts or audio recordings, written materials (e.g. brochures, pamphlets, research posters, etc.), YouTube videos, etc. Your presentation should contain about 10-15 minutes of content. Use the rubric presented below to structure your work. Be sure to touch upon each required component to earn as many points as you can.
In addition to your presentation, you will post a discussion question about your topic for your classmates. Your question should be open-ended and thought-provoking to ensure a rich discussion. Throughout the week, each student should monitor the comments generated by his/her discussion question and respond to the comments accordingly.
The Week 8 discussion participation score requires you to post a response to the discussion questions for at least fiveclass presentations.
In Week 8, you are to view and respond to the presentations of at least two other students, but you are encouraged to view as many presentations as possible.
Your final presentation will be graded according to the following criteria: Category | Excellent | Good | Fair | Poor | Presentation(20 points) | Interesting and original presentation that holds…...