Discuss a simple object that relates to the presentation for example a phone.


Discuss a simple object that relates to the presentation for example a phone. BYOO (Bring your own object): Once in the semester, each student will make a presentation of an object/issue/example connected to the weeks topic (we may have more than one student presenting on the same day). Being present during your peers presentation, and being an engaged participant is a crucial part of our discussion culture. Students should aim for presentations no more than 10-12 mins. at the end of which others in the class can pose any questions they have. Please remember, these are not reading presentations. You are bringing in your own example to discuss something related to the weeks theme (you are allowed to refer to the readings). Dont just describe the objectanalyze it and tell us why it is important, and what we may learn from your example about the topic we are discussing. You may deploy any range of resources in your presentation. You could do a PowerPoint/Google Slide/Keynote, show us a video, use a series of GIFs, take us through a Twitter feed etc. The important thing is to apply what you have learned to an object in the world and deploy the critical vocabulary and analytical lens that we are aiming to develop in this course. As part of this assignment, you will also be handing me a two-page report about what you discussed and what you yourself learned in the process. These reports are due a week after the presentation, so you will have some time to reflect on it.

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