Title: Class Presentation on ProjectType:Guided discussion with peers
Learning Outcomes Assessed:1, 2, 3
19 Sep 16 – 10 Oct 16 Weeks 9-11. Written submission due on the day of the presentation by 6pm.
Marked out of:100
Brief Task Description:
Students will report on their individual project in a clear and concise way responding to the following:
- How have you gone about your project and what have been some of the things you have discovered about doing research and honing a topic/focus?
- 2. What is the significance and value of your project? Have you chosen a particular way to present your project topic and why?
- 3. What have been some of the challenges and interesting developments in relation to your Final Project as it has progressed?
- 4. Through what processes of thinking, reading and writing have you come to decide on the form and structure of your Final Project Submission will serve?
- References: Your written submission should also provide a correctly formatted list of references used in preparing your presentation.
Project details: title of your Final Project and short abstract describing your project focus, planned approach and format.
Your written component should be submitted through the Turnitin point provided in L@G on the day of your presentation by 6pm.
Criteria & Marking:
The sharing of developing work is a key aspect of scholarly research, providing, as it does, an opportunity for focused feedback that can assist you in refining your project. The Class Project Presentation has two components:
The oral component:
· —provides a positive environment for students to share their project research, ideas and progress to date with peers;
· — enables you to undertake initial development of a rationale for the project that will be able to be refined to accompany the Final Project submission;
· —ensures that you gain the benefit of discussion, feedback and suggestions from lecturers and peers
The written component
· — provides an opportunity for staff to offer suggestions for further research directions;
· —helps you develop the capacity to present focused and succinct information about a project in the form of an effective title and brief abstract.
Your Class Project Presentation should demonstrate:
· — well-organised presentation — it is concise with a clear purpose and direction;
· — effective use of visual or other tools to convey the project topic in an engaging way;
· — effective communication skills, including in discussion with the class and lecturer;
· — clear articulation of a rationale for your project as developed to date;
· — ability to identify key themes, insights, ideas and directions emerging from your research;
· — evidence of awareness regarding how difference, diversity and/or Indigeneity present in the research site or issue and how these might be engaged with productively in the final research submission.
· — thoughtful and imaginative development of ideas for the final project submission;
· — provision of correct and full referencing in all aspects of the task;
· — provision of effective, succinct project information in the form of a title and brief abstract.
Submission:Presentations will take place in class. Your written component should be submitted through the Turnitin point provided in L@G on the day of your presentation. Feedback will be provided electronically.