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Fake notes for upload BIOL 207

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by William Notetaker on Wednesday August 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL 207 at Bucknell University taught by Paliulis in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Genetics in Biology at Bucknell University.


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Date Created: 08/31/16
Five­Minute Presentations One requirement of the biology major is that students give an oral presentation in their senior year.  In  anticipation of (and to prepare for) this presentation, you will prepare and give a short five minute  presentation. Choose a genetics­related topic about which to prepare a five­minute presentation.    The topic can be  anything you are interested that is genetics­related.  If you have trouble selecting a topic, please see your instructor.  Write a brief, one­paragraph summary of what you would like to present.  Topics must be  submitted for initial approval on or before Tuesday, August 20. After your topic is submitted, the instructor will carefully read your topic submission and determine  whether it is appropriate for this course.  If it is determined to be inappropriate (usually because it  concerns material unrelated to the material covered in Biology 207), you and the instructor will meet and  together select a genetics­related topic. After your topic is approved, you will be assigned a presentation date.  Presentation dates will be selected so five­minute presentations fit will with other material presented that day.  Your presentation should use  one or more slides and have references listed on it/them.  The presentation will not be timed, but please  plan to take five minutes!  A sample five­minute presentation will be given by the instructor.  Your slide(s)  must be submitted by email to the instructor by 4 PM two days before your assigned presentation date.   On the day of the presentation, you will give the presentation and provide one related sample exam  question to your instructor by email.  Selected questions will be used on exams through the semester.   Grading Rubric: Fails to meet  Meets expectations Exceeds expectations expectations Organization Audience has difficulty  Student mostly  Student presents  following presentation  presents information in  information in a logical,  because student jumps  a logical sequence. interesting sequence  around. that the audience can  follow. Subject knowledge Student is uncertain  Student is at ease with  Student demonstrates  with information and  information and  full knowledge by  can answer only  answers questions, but  answering all class  rudimentary questions. fails to elaborate. questions with  explanations and  elaboration. Graphics Student uses graphics  Student’s graphics  Student’s graphics  that are superfluous or  relate to text and  explain and reinforce  fail to support the text  presentation.   screen text and  and presentation.   Animations, if present,  presentation.   Distracting use of  do not distract from  Animations, if present,  animations or graphics presentation. improve presentation Exam question Failure to submit Submitted N/A


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