The first semester long project for this course is the project creating a power point presentation onthe history of sociology.In this presentation, you will want to address the origins of sociology, the important early theorists and the theories contributed by them, and how sociology as a field of inquiry has evolved and progressed. You are free to add any elements to the power point that you want; video files, web links, audio files, etc.Power Point Project ComponentsAnnotated Bibliography:
You will also need to create an annotated bibliography of the sources used for your presentation.Each annotated bibliography should contain at least 10 sources in addition to the textbook, and they should be reputable sources; peer reviewed journals or books, educationwebsites, etc.You should not use Wikis as sources, unless they originate from a college or university.In the annotations for each source, you will want to explain why each source is included in the power point, and what information you are including from each source.The annotated bibliography will be submitted throughthe Power Point Project Annotated Bibliography Assignment in Class Session 6, and the instructor will provide feedback and guidance for the final stage of the group project.Refer to the Power Point Project Rubric in the Rubrics folder in the Resources tab for further information ongrading requirements.Power Point Project Assignment Rubric
CriteriaInsufficientLimitedAdequateProficientExceptionalSociological Understanding & Application37.5 PointsThere is no evidence that the presenter has any comprehension of the topic at hand. There is no application
of sociological understanding in the presentation45 PointsThere is little indication that the author understands the material being presented, but there are some attempts at incorporating core concepts in sociology to the topic at hand.52.5 PointsThe presentation rarely uses evidence or core sociological concepts well; sometimes it does not use evidence at all. The audience feels that the author has only a moderate grasp of the topic at hand.
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