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EVPP 110 Lecture - Science Behind the Issues Project Guidelines - Fall 100

EVPP 110 Lecture - Science Behind the Issues Project Guidelines - Fall 100

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EVPP 110 Lecture Fall 2010 “The Science Behind the Issues” Project Guidelines Group Component Students will work in a group to prepare a  Powerpoint   presentation   about   an   environmental  issue   of   their   choice.     Minimum   group   size   is   2.  Maximum group size is 4.   Individual Component Each student will read the presentations of at  least   two   groups (other than their own) and post  comments on each of the presentations.   Project Value This project is worth 35 points towards the  lecture   total   of   700   points   (=5%).     The   group  component of the project is worth 25 of the 35 points  and the individual component of the project is worth  10 of the 35 points (5 points for each comment). Powerpoint Presentation Content Each Powerpoint presentation must include a  minimum of 1 slide for each of the bulleted items  below:  Title of issue and names of the group members Identification/description of the issue. Summarization   (brief)   of   the   relevant  environmental science  pertaining to the issue. Presentation of at least two sides of the issue. Identification of the generally accepted causes of  the issue. Identification of at least one currently proposed  solution for the issue and the pros and cons of the  solution.
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