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November 3, 2014

Presentations Checklist

Filed under: Uncategorized — richardlstansfield @ 1:32 pm

Presentations should have all of these sections, and in this order:

1. class #, group #, and group members’ names
2. Glossary
3. Text
4. References
5. Discussion Questions

1. class #, group #, and group members’ names

Write members’ names in Korean script, 한굴.

2. Glossary

Five vocabulary items from your text. Find definitions at: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/learner-english/

3. 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.

4. References

Put the same numbers, in square brackets [], in both your text and your reference section.
5. Discussion Questions

Three discussion questions about opinions, not facts.

Also:

* Pictures and text have to be different files. Do not put pictures in the text.

* Pictures:
– minimum: 1
– maximum: 3 (If you want to show more, bring them with you on the day of your presentation on a USB flash drive (Konglish: “USB”).)
– have to be JPEGs.

* Videos:
– You don’t need to have videos.
– If you have a video, please only play about 30 seconds of it.

* Put your presentation on a USB flash drive (memory stick; Konglish: “USB”).

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