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One of the best ways to learn about a reading, person or concept in depth is to teach others. Therefore, you will make a 5-minute presentation about two of the topics on the list. Sign-up is on a first come, first choice basis.
You will present in groups of 1-3, and your presentation may take a variety of forms, such as a Power Point or Prezi, an information poster, a Kahoot quiz, a game, a short video, a skit, or a sound recording, among other formats. I encourage you to be both creative and informative.
To make an effective presentation, be sure to answer the following questions:
- What is your name? (Introduce yourself!)
- What are you talking about today? (Introduce your topic!) Summarize or define your topic.
- What is the history of your topic?
- How is your topic important to the study of sociology?
- How did this topic make you think from a sociological perspective?
- Can you give an example of this concept in society today?
- Ask three questions to the class about your topic. One question from each presentation will appear on Midterm and on the Final.
You may use the textbook and/or Alexander Library Research sources only!