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Oral Report English 3102

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Instructions for oral report for the students of English 3102

Instructions for oral report for the students of English 3102

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  • 1. Mystery Names You can insert an image related to your mystery When starting the oral report, be sure to present all group members and provide time so the professors can write all names
  • 2. Start providing general information about the mystery
    • Write brief sentences of main ideas.
    • Provide a background of the mystery
      • When was the first time it was mention? Where? How?
      • This is the most important part of the report because here you should provide all the description and history of the mystery. It should include several slides.
      • Include images related to what you are explaining.
  • 3. Why is it considered an unsolved mystery?
    • Explain why it is considered an unsolved mystery.
    • Describe the specific events that occurred.
  • 4. Where is it mostly known?
    • Mention the places and be sure to explain why
    • Be sure to include a map and related images.
  • 5. Some Theories…
    • Write brief sentences of the theories, but be sure to explain each one.
    • Use images or videos to explain the theories.
    • If you use a video, be sure that it only lasts one or two minutes, no more!
  • 6. What do most people believe?
    • This information can be from what you read or from your own experience.
    • Explain why people believe that.
    • Give some specific examples.
  • 7. What do you think?
    • This can be a group answer or individual.
    • Be sure to explain why.
  • 8. Any other information…
    • It is better if you include additional information.
    • Be original…
  • 9. Bibliography (minimum 3)
    • Author. (year). Title . Retrieved February 11, 2009, from http://www ...
    • Mystery. (2009). In Wikipedia: The free encyclopedia . Retrieved February 11, 2009, from http://www.wikipedia.org/mystery ...
    • Rodríguez, L. (2009). Unsolved mysteries . Retrieved February 11, 2009, from http://www.englishclass.com
  • 10. Other Tips
    • Revise Font size and color, be sure that everyone can read the presentation.
    • Practice, try to remember all the information, don’t read!
    • Talk slow and loud (but not too loud).
    • Be sure that all group members have the presentation.