Presentation

Class presentation on the week of November 30. 5%. A 5-minute oral presentation, using slides and a formal outline, on the topic of your final paper.

Presentations begin at the start of the session. Students who arrive more than 20 minutes late will not be guaranteed a time to present. Students who do not complete a presentation will receive a 0 for the presentation. 

    • Presentations must include a thesis statement and some of the key evidence. Students should consult with me about what to present but a typical presentation includes a complete description of the hypothesis and research design, one observation, and a conclusion. 
    • They do not need to follow the same format as the paper, and do not need to use all of the evidence.
    • Be ready for questions.