Friday, 18 January 2008

Individual Class Presentation

The Individual Class Presentation assignment, for which you signed up this past Monday, asks you to lead seminar discussion for a strictly timed fifteen minutes on any aspect of any of our course texts that should capture your interest.

The Course Instructor's preference is for the discussion to feature a text scheduled within a week, either side, of the presentation; however, I do not make this dictament.

I recommend that you make the assignment low-definition (vid. Marshall McLuhan): that is, from your text, isolate a single aspect of interest and of illuminative relevancy to Course theme and idea, present your thesis on the aspect succinctly, and then lead the class to fuller understanding.

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