Portfolio and Presentation Project - Cindy Cruz-Cabrera

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  • 1. Portfolio and Presentation Project Principles of Written Communication ENG007 Cindy Cruz-Cabrera about.me/cindycruzcabrera en.gravatar.com/cindycatz
  • 2. COURSEWORK - 20% Portfolio
  • 3. Portfolio & Document Requirements • 1 long brown envelope • 1 short folder with pockets per document (for drafts) • 1 short folder for the final published copy of all documents • Regular / letter / 8 ½ by 11 WHITE bond paper • Black ink for text • One inch margins all around
  • 4. Documents in the Portfolio
  • 5. 1: Proposed Areas of Discussion • Three proposed areas / subjects • Under each proposed area / subject should be the possibilities and options for discussion • Narrowing down of the topic • Issues stated and formulated as questions • Possible directions to take for the topics
  • 6. 2: Chosen Area of Inquiry and Thesis Statements • Claim of Fact • Claim of Value • Claim of Policy • May submit more than one area plus corresponding thesis statements if you are still deciding
  • 7. 3: Objectives of Research for Each Thesis Statement • General objectives • Specific objectives • SMART objectives
  • 8. SMART Objectives
  • 9. 4: The Research Design / Plan • Paragraph or outline form • Adaptations made to the research process • Flow chart / schematic
  • 10. 5: The Research Abstract • Paragraph form • Details in narrative form the following: • Introduction and origins of the study • Questions asked that led to the study • Thesis statements (or answers) • Objectives and Research Plan • Written as if the paper has already been written (present tense when about what the paper achieves)
  • 11. 6: The Review of Related Literature • Paragraph form • Facts, advancements, achievements, relevant studies and breakthroughs • Assignment on Tribal Disputes – sample • Precis, Paraphrase and Quote • Citation and Bibliography
  • 12. 7: Correspondence for Research Purposes • Written to people and institutions that are instrumental to your research • Request for interviews • Inquiry • Use of facilities • Observation • ETC.
  • 13. FINAL EXAM – 40% Presentation
  • 14. Presentation Requirements • Member of a group of 3 • Powerpoint presentation • Set of final version of documents - published (printed out) • Group members must schedule their final presentation within the same hour / session
  • 15. Presentation Format • Groups report together, assist each other • Reports are individual efforts with assistance from groupmates • Individual presentations should be 10 to 20 minutes long • May use other multimedia, as long as there is attribution and it fits in the presentation time