A presentation by Tom Krosnowski and Thomas Senerchia.
A presentation by Chris Dacey and Jason Hirsch (presented on March 24).
A presentation by Tom Conley-Wilson & Samantha Bousquet.
A presentation by DaMarco Walker and Ross Lager.
Feb. 25, 2020
A presentation by Nick Lewis.
Feb. 18, 2020
A presentation by Jacob Shiffer and Stephe Zocco.
Jan. 28, 2020
The oral presentation is worth 10 percent of your grade. The purpose of the presentation is to ensure you become an expert on your specific reading, to work with a small group to come to an in-depth, unique understanding of the global significance of the reading and to engage with your classmates and professor on all of the readings.
These are not intended to give the professor time off, to ensure one group member takes on the burden for their peers or to enable a small group of students to talk for an entire class period.
* Presentations should be between 15-20 minutes long in total.
* Include a handout/visual prompt for the class, as well as the professor, that you post to this site (Email them to the professor by noon the day of the presentation and she can post it).
* Briefly summarize the reading – but make the assumption everyone has completed it. In other words, highlight key terms and concepts you feel should be noted, but don’t give us a play-by-play
* Invent discussion questions, and/or connect the reading to current events, historical discussions/arguments, etc.
* Form a collective opinion about the topic and support the opinion before the class. (You may use supplemental readings or other multimedia -- in order to get an A, you must do this.)
Jan. 21: No presentations