Develop and prepare a multimedia presentation that will convey the argument from your
final paper to an educated, non-expert audience.
Be selective about the information you choose for your presentation by focusing on key
points you want your audience to understand.
Design your oral presentation with supporting visual media (e.g., presentation slides, a
poster, a website), and consider audience, context, and purpose.
Prepare to engage your audience using appropriate strategies (e.g., eye contact, vocal
variety, expressive gestures, movement).
Contextualize and identify the importance of your research question.
Explain the connection between your research and your analysis of the stimulus materials.
Deliver a well-organized argument that connects claims and evidence.
Incorporate and synthesize relevant evidence from various perspectives to support your
argument. Make sure you cite or attribute the evidence you use to support your claims
(either orally or visually).
Offer a plausible resolution(s), conclusion(s), and/or solution(s) based on evidence and
consider the implications of any suggested solutions.
Engage the audience with an effective and clearly organized presentation design that
guides them through your argument.
Engage the audience with effective techniques of delivery and performance.

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