Due Date: Presentations will happend during class on April 28 and 30
Your final presentation will be your opportunity to show off the work you've done during the semester-long research project. The format of these presentations will be the same as the Follow-a-Footnote presentations. They will be Pecha Kucha presentations (20 slides, 20 seconds per slide), and they will walk the class through your project, your research method, your findings, and the reflections you offered in your SOGC. Each presentation will be followed by a brief Q&A.
When providing feedback on these presentations, I will be looking for the following:
- Does your presentation adequately describe your project, its findings, and its research method?
- Does your presentation provide the highlights of your SOGC?
- Have you paid close attention to the design of your slides? Remember that you should probably use very little text (20 seconds isn't a long time for your audience to read through long lists of bullet points) and make effective use of images.
- Is there evidence that you've practiced the presentation? This presentation doesn't require memorization, but the strict format requires that you rehearse and choreograph your performance.
- Have you followed the Pecha Kucha rules (20 slides, shown for 20 seconds each)