A summary of a magazine or journal article, written by someone other than the original author.
Words that refer to ideas or concepts.
A speech that gives thanks for a gift, an award, or some other form of public recognition.
Critique 1: Group work Initial Presentation
Company chosen: CARREFOUR’s Failure in Japan
The presentation begins with telling the viewers what her team will be discussing throughout the presentation in the order as per heading suggest (Carrefour- The world’s second largest food retailer with 10000plus...
Fall Micro Project – the stock portfolio project, with evaluation questions, graphs and other stock research
Spring Macro Project – A group economics issues presentation and short summary paper (groups of 2)
**Community Service (10 hours) and accompanying reflective paper (The Community...
Directions: Complete the following current event evaluation form for each of the individuals in your team’s assigned class group. You should critique each individual’s current event assignment and determine a score you would assign that person for each evaluation criteria listed below as well as...
environment. Emphasis will be on developing planning and problem solving skills. We will also explore concepts in classroom discussions, case presentations, and critical analysis of current topics. Your full participation in class discussions is important and expected.
professional and private lives. Group speech preparation, development of introductions and conclusions, as well as the ability to present a dynamic presentation will be the focus of this class.
Required Text: Guide to Public Speaking by Lisa A. Ford-Brown
My Gateway: Course material, class announcements...
The course introduces students to the various theoretical frameworks and research methodologies employed in understanding media and communications. It examines the three core areas of media research; production, consumption and meaning and introduces students to the skills needed to critically...
(100 points): Each group will research a current controversy and teach a full class period on that issue. Presentations must be balanced, rather than biased. Students must give equal time to opposing views on the issue. Students will give a 20-minute PowerPointpresentation describing the controversy in...
evaluate the key components of the marketing environment
To appreciate the business advantages of understanding customers: buyer behaviour; marketing research; segmentation, positioning targeting.
To be able to follow contemporary marketing debates
5. Transferable Skills
On completion of this module...
displaying presentations on a culture from the past or present of your choosing on December 4th- 11th. In this presentation you will be required to demonstrate your knowledge about a specific culture. Presentations may include but are not limited to clothing to support your presentation, visual displays...
Adobe Reader, it can be freely downloaded from: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readermain.html
* For the grading criteria (GC) and peer critique (PC) – you are expected to print these and bring them with you on speaking days. You will need to bring one copy of the GC with you on the day you...
W5 –June 23
Global Logistics Ch 5
Presentation by teams 1 &2 from 7 to 7:00 to 7: 45 PM on June 29
W6 –June 30
Managing Inventory flows in Supply Chain Ch 6
Presentation team 1 &2
Presentation by teams 3 &4 from 7 to 7:00 to 7: 45 PM on July 6
Informative Speech Assignment
Create a 5-6 minute presentation using PowerPoint visuals. Make sure your PowerPoint follows the guidelines discussed in class. The purpose of the presentation should be to inform the audience. Your presentation should reflect a topic, theme, or issue relevant to your...
Apply critical thinking to refine resolutions to issues.
Week Four: Famous Thinkers
Recognize the creative process among famous thinkers.
Critique famous ideas.
Week Five: Communicating Ideas
Devise strategies for persuading others.
Communicate solutions to issues.
audience might be a group, such as your classmates in college. Some audiences might be unknown to you. For instance, if you’re writing a book or an article for publication, a blog entry, or something on your Facebook or MySpace page, you never know who might read your words. To communicate effectively...
BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting
Research and Analysis Project
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Suggested teaching and homework activities
Points to note
Thinking Maps/Presentation skills
2.1.1 Biological Molecules
Candidates should be able to:
a) describe how hydrogen bonding occurs between water molecules, and relate...