KOR 60, Fall 2015 - Final Presentation Guidelines

KOR 60, Fall 2015 - Final Presentation Guidelines - KOREAN...

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KOREAN 60, Fall 2015, Final Presentation Guidelines In-section presentation guidelines Strictly 10 minutes maximum to present. Come to your enrolled section time. Grading criteria for in-section presentation Organization: logical flow of your presentation. Delivery: speak clearly. Preparation: know your topic well. Timing: finish on time. Final PPT guidelines About 10 PPT slides maximum. You may exceed this limit by two or three slides. Maximum 2-3 images per slide. Maximum 5-6 sentences per slide. Minimum 1000 pixels resolution photos. Font size minimum 20pt. At least 1-2 screenshots of your favorite drama scene. Final PPT file must include internet link to video of key scene(s) in your chosen drama, OST trailers, or drama locations or advertising based on main characters’ roles. Research based on the book and the three articles MUST be integrated into part 7 (Personal Reflections). Grading criteria for PPT Organization of PPT content. Relevance of the images and screenshots to your analysis. Creativity, originality and insightfulness of your analysis. Integration of research bibliography and class readings into Personal Reflections section.
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  • Fall '15
  • Korean, Theme music, Korean Wave, PPT slides maximum, Final PPT guidelines

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