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SOCIOLOGY OF IMMIGRATION SOCI 125 GROUP PRESENTATION ASSIGNMENT RUBRIC Group Presentations Assignment – 20% course grade (100 possible points) Guidelines: Starting from Week 2, students in selected groups will present an overview of that week’s class readings in a 30 - minute group presentation. The presentations are intended to discuss the paper topics, summarizing their main findings and conclusions, debate their strengths and weaknesses, and come to a final conclusion of how each reading relates to the other and the larger theme of that week. Students will work in groups of approximately 10, with presentations happening each week beginning on Friday of Week 2. The selection of groups will be during Week 1 , and will be passed around in the form of a sign-sheet. Presentations will be graded by myself as well as by three students selected each time to provide additional feedback. Presentations will be graded on the following criteria: The goal of these presentations is to encourage thought and later whole-group discussion of the topics elaborated in the articles for that chosen week. Only required texts are needed to be included in your presentation; however feel free to include optional ones as well (either on the syllabus or sent during that week that are relevant to the week´s theme). You will have approximately 30 minutes of presentation time, and then we will open it up for questions and a broader discussion. A successful group presentation will identity the central argument and key points of each article, summarize the important details, and then synthesize the most salient points. What theory is being used and why? What is the article´s methodology, if applicable?
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