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November 7, 2012

Presentation Guidelines

Filed under: announcements — richardlstansfield @ 3:13 am

All presentations must have these sections, in this order:

1. Glossary

2. Text

3. References

4. Discussion Questions

5. Class #, Group #, and group members’ names

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All presentations must have these sections, in this order:

1. Glossary

Choose 5 words from your text to explain. Give their parts of speech and definitions. Find definitions here:

http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/learner-english/

2. Text

Do not cut-and-paste from the Internet (“copy” = “복사”). You must write it yourselves. Plagiarism (표절) will get you a score of zero/0 on your presentation.

3. References

Where did you find the information? Number your references and put the reference numbers in your text.

4. Discussion Questions

Write three or more good discussion questions. They should be about opinions, not facts.

Bad –> How many planets are there?

Good –> Would you like to visit another planet? Why or why not?

5. class #, group #, and group members

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Here are some examples of model presentations:

https://richardlstansfield.wordpress.com/2009/05/29/real-name-system-on-the-web/

https://richardlstansfield.wordpress.com/2009/05/29/illegal-downloading-2/

https://richardlstansfield.wordpress.com/2009/05/29/university-tuition/

https://richardlstansfield.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/cell-phone-addiction/

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