Prepare a short presentation on something you learned during this course that you found particularly interesting, or at least interesting enough to do some research on.
Here is guidance for the student presentation.
2. Microsoft Powerpoint is an excellent tool for preparing the presentation, and the notes option provides a convenient place to type in the words you would have spoken to the class if we were all assembled in a traditional classroom setting.
3. Instead of counting slides, plan your presentation to last about five to ten minutes if it could be presented to your classmates in a traditional classroom.
4. Identify your sources (including all images), either the bibliographical citation or the website. It’s important to cite all images as direct quotes and a full bibliography on the final slide.
So the student presentation is not a formal research paper. It is intended to share information and images that you found particularly interesting or exciting.