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Below you will find the main elements you will need to cover in your group presentations. For each topic, 3-4 subtopics need to be covered (1 subtopic per member). The focus of your presentation is a more specific angle you want to take on your subject (ex: a focus of “Sibling Communication” may be twin relationships or the experience of the middle child). Your presentation is to last one hour. The first half of the presentation will be a Power Point presentation, and the second part will be on leading a class discussion (and, as an option, you can create a learning activity for the class on top of your discussion) on your topic. This outline will be counted into your final oral presentation grade and MUST be approved by the teacher. Extra points will go to creativity!

Members: 1.Amanda-Lee Bello 2.Kate Lichtenberg
3.Damla Pelin Sahin 4.Princesse Ramdhaney Topic and Focus: FRIENDSHIP
Subtopic 1: How to make a friend. (Amanda-Lee Bello)
Subtopic 2: How to maintain a long-term friendship. (Damla Pelin Sahin) Subtopic 3: How to resolve conflict between friends. (Kate Lichtenberg) Subtopic 4: How to properly communicate with a friend or friends. (Princesse Ramdhaney) Bibliography: at least 3 sources from 3 different types of sources (ex: books , newspaper article, .edu website, periodical journals). Please refer to http://library.concordia.ca/help/howto/apa.php to help you with citing your resources. These resources MUST appear on your Power point presentations. Sources:

Amanda-Lee Bello:
- Gabor, Don, and Mary Power. How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends: Revised and Updated. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2011. Print - Carnegie, Dale. How to Win Friends and Influence People. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1981. Print. - Wentzel, Kathryn R., and Cynthia A. Erdley. "Strategies for Making Friends: Relations to Social Behavior and Peer Acceptance in Early Adolescence." Developmental...
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