G14--Spring 2001

Instructions for Oral Presentations

409a, 409b, 459

 

Part 1: Instructions for your weekly 3-min.oral

1) Read through the entire selection scheduled for that day. See schedule here:

For 409a:  www.soc.hawaii.edu/leonj/leonj/leonpsy14/g14present409a.html

For 409b:  www.soc.hawaii.edu/leonj/leonj/leonpsy14/g14present409b.html

For 459:   www.soc.hawaii.edu/leonj/leonj/leonpsy14/g14present459.html

2) For Week 3, select one of the reports listed on the schedule. Take one minute to describe the site, then take two minutes to describe the content of the report or article you selected.

3) For Week 4, take one minute to describe the general tone of the Forum Discussions (G13 on QDCs), then take two minutes to describe a specific exchange you want to present.

4) For Week 5 and beyond, read all the pages listed for that week. As you read mark the pages you want to include in your 3-min. oral. You'll need to select 3 pages, not necessarily next to each other. Make notes for these selected pages:

  1. What is the main point, and the main sub-points of this page.
  2. How do you react to the main point and sub-points of this page?   Describe your initial reaction why you selected it.
  3. Do you agree or disagree?  Why? Describe your final reactions to this page.
  4. How does this page relate to the course's topic and focus as you see it right now?
  5. Repeat with page 2, then page 3, devoting one minute to each.

5) Before you start, write your name and email on the blackboard. Students who want to make a comment on your presentation may do so by email.


Part 2: Instructions for your scheduled 15-min.oral

1) Click on the scheduled Web link assigned to you.  See schedule and links on this page:

For 409a:  www.soc.hawaii.edu/leonj/leonj/leonpsy14/g14present409a.html

For 409b:  www.soc.hawaii.edu/leonj/leonj/leonpsy14/g14present409b.html

For 459:   www.soc.hawaii.edu/leonj/leonj/leonpsy14/g14present459.html

2) Site NavigationTake a few minutes to click on all the links, just glancing at the page. Don't skip any links, including Contacts, Site Information, Articles, Related Links, etc. If there is a search engine, use it with a few words to see what you get.

3) Overall InterestHow interesting was it to navigate the site? Did you get a mental map of the site, its layout, and its content? How extensive is it?

4) General ContentWhat was the general content and purpose of this site? Who or what organization sponsors and authors the site?

5) Specific Content:  Select one or two articles and present their content. Be sure to evaluate or critique the points you report from the articles.

6) Before you start, write your name and email on the blackboard. Students who want to make a comment on your presentation may do so by email.


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