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Mini-presentation

Text Mini-presentation


Each student will be presenting an introduction to the larger text they are focusing on for the course. The presentation should not be longer than 7 minutes and should include some kind of digital or physical “artifact” provided to each member of the class


  • if the student’s text for the paper is a chapter or scene, the presentation should be on the book or movie the selection is from

  • the artifact should reflect the genre of the text. A written description is probably not a fitting artifact for a series of memes.

  • the presentation should include necessary background information, pertinent intertextuality, and the student’s interpretation of the text, but should focus on presenting the text that invites students to add it to their “reading list” or possibilities for further study.

  • the presentation should be engaging and enthusiastic

  • students will deliver the presentation on an assigned class day

  • the overhead projector and class computer are available for student use. Additional resources, such as copying, etc., are the student’s responsibility

  • a digital version of the artifact should be uploaded onto the student’s portfolio (Wix)

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