You have a few options for our third and final presentation of the semester. Regardless of which approach you take, your presentation should draw on your work on the Ethics Paper. Here is an overview of the options.
- Class Presentation. You could approach this presentation the same way we have done the others, by giving a presentation in class. This would be another opportunity to practice presenting in front of people. You could present with or without a visual aid. You would have some flexibility in terms of the length of the presentation, but we would be aiming for somewhere in the 4-8 minute range.
- Zoom Presentation. The expectations here would be exactly the same as the class presentation with the difference that you would be presenting over Zoom. Again, you could present with or without a visual aid, and we would be aiming for somewhere in the 4-8 minute range.
- Zoom Interview. This approach would not involve a formal presentation on your part. Instead, the two of us would have a Zoom call during which I ask you questions about your Ethics Paper and other aspects of your community and your connection to it. Even though you would not be presenting, we would still frame the interview as formal and professional. Your goal would be to present yourself as knowledgeable, thoughtful, and capable of effectively responding to questions in an interview setting.