Comm19999 Essential Communication
1.Provide the professor with a hard-copy of your presentation slides before you present (marks will not be awarded for slides submitted after the presentation is concluded). This hard copy can be a “handout” printed version of your slides (three or six slides per page) 2. Introduce yourself and your topic(3. Explain why you chose this topic. What interested you about it?4. Explain the scope, context, and parameters of your research essay. What will you be addressing, and what will you not be discussing?5. Tell us your research question and thesis for the final essay6. Describe the main areas or topics of your investigation. Show us the main points or arguments that you will be making in your essay.7. Explain the counterpoints or alternative perspectives to those that you have covered in your essay.