Project #97043 - ORAL Presentation

1) Your argument should provide evidence to support the statement you’ve been assigned and be of such a length that it can be delivered in 3½ minutes. You may use notes when delivering your argument, but we prefer that you do not simply read your statement verbatim but instead make eye contact with your audience, although it is permitted to read a statement providing the delivery is audible, clear and appropriately paced. You may NOT use powerpoint or other media to present. These arguments require that you develop a careful and critical assessment of a particular component of a sustainable system (e.g., tourism, energy), while being able to demonstrate how that component is influenced by other parts of the system. Students are graded not only on their understanding of a particular topic but also on how well they have synthesized the information and range of perspectives presented in class. Such synthesis is critical to achieving an effective interdisciplinary learning experience. Please spend adequate time preparing your statement. It counts for 25% of your grade. Students should use primarily class material when constructing arguments, with a minimum of outside research used to construct your argument. It is important that you demonstrate understanding by thinking about the issue yourself, using the concepts you have learned in class, and applying those to make a well-constructed argument. For example, if you are arguing a statement that relates to sustainable tourism, your argument should include principles that you learned from class and assigned readings about sustainable tourism, and global sustainability issues, at a minimum. If you are arguing about oil drilling you should use material related to climate change, and energy use, at a minimum.

2) You will be required to turn in a written transcript of your oral argument. This will not be graded separately from your oral argument but is to ensure that you are well-prepared for your presentation, are not plagiarizing someone else’s work or something from the web, and are able to provide reference sources that you would not be able to present properly in an oral argument. 

Some Class Topics to include

http://library.calstate.edu/northridge/articles/record?id=FETCH-LOGICAL-c1791-2685f25d3e385b166b7b423eb979f05f2690f8985c3be0567bc893e7ecfd5aa33

http://library.calstate.edu/northridge/articles/record?id=FETCH-LOGICAL-j1381-6b0f93c557a5114946e6d35dbfa23dc4d68cb211544f8c9ce21d7e9850e4500e3

http://library.calstate.edu/northridge/articles/record?id=FETCH-LOGICAL-j1115-5678f6e3e2a2ce491cd9bf56a17224c4d1fda4f99cc43007ef58e1ade5635f053

http://library.calstate.edu/northridge/articles/record?id=FETCH-LOGICAL-g2513-99d442b4f548ed55ce0029dc2551e6f7bc1e48fa458ce40b5293fac25c73c5df3

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