Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Current Issue Outline

Now that you have finished taking notes on your current issue, you need to arrange these notes in the order that you need for your presentation.  You have accumulated notes from a variety of sources.  You now need to arrange these notes into a presentation with a beginning, middle, and end.
If you took notes on things which are actually NOT RELEVANT to your presentation, then DO NOT include them in your outling.
You need to put your notes on your issue into a logical order for your presentation.  Your current issue will cover at least 10 slides.  Each presentation will have the following order:
  1. Introduction to Issue
  2. Historical background of issue
  3. Current state of issue
  4. Future outlook for issue
  5. Personal stance on issue
  6. Conclusion
Within each of the headings, you can create sub-headings.  For example, if you have 3 Historical Background slides, you can give each slide a separate sub-heading.  However, you do not need to use sub-headings.  You can use only headings if you prefer.

Outlines should be typed.  This way you can move notes around in your outline to create the presentation that works best for you.

Due Wednesday, May 8.

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