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fnl_prsntn_rubrc - Rubric for Final Team Presentation...

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Rubric for Final Team Presentation Energy, Environment and Society Please check: http://libraries.mit.edu/tutorials/general/write.html or the Mayfield Handbook in printed form available at the MIT Libraries. Section and page references are given below to the online and print versions, respectively. Points (total: 100) A. Content 50 See Mayfield on Consulting Reports (Section 2.4.5, pp. 95-105) 1 Introduction - Name of team and its members - Title of presentation, date and objective or purpose - Forecast key elements of talk (i.e., Have a road map for the audience). 2. Body - Rationale for Project - Project Methodology - Findings, (including data summary, analysis and key assumptions) - Recommended Future Community Activities or Action Items 3.. Conclusion - Summary of Findings - Key Recommendations and/or Next Steps 4. Questions and Answers B. Slide Design 35 See Mayfield on developing figures and tables (Section 4, pp. 203-226) Keep slides neat and simple -
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course CHEM 5.74 taught by Professor Robertfield during the Spring '04 term at MIT.

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fnl_prsntn_rubrc - Rubric for Final Team Presentation...

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