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PRES 111

 

For this individual assignment, complete both parts as described below.  Part 1 is a 2 page paper (not including the title and reference page) and Part 2 is an outline. 

 

Part 1

 

Write a 2-page informal reflection essay:

 

Explain how you can use presentation skills and knowledge of yourself and your goals, intentions, and current actions and activities to better address your coursework and your current job or career.

Why is it important to actively think about presenting yourself, your goals, and your current situation to employers, friends, and others?

How do you build on where you are now to strengthen your argument for yourself?

Part 2

 

Outline the kinds of information you need to include on a social media site for presentation of your professional capabilities.

Explain why you have chosen this set of information.

How did your participation in a live presentation online help to solidify your views and approaches?

 

 

 

 

Week 8 DB

 

Answer three (3) of the following questions in at least 75 words each. Please use proper English grammar and sentence structure.

 

Were you familiar with the story of the Wiley College debate team? Why do you think their story has not been told before?

At the start of the film, Professor Farmer reads to incoming freshmen from 1 Corinthians 13:11. Why do you think he chose that verse? How did it apply to the students?

Farmer also says We do what we have to do, so that we can do what we want to do.” What do you think that means? What things did the debate team have to do”? What things did they gain the right to do?

Why do you think Tolson explained to his students the historical source of the word lynch? What did that have to say about the power of words and their connection to real life?

In the critical debate with Harvard, James Farmer, Jr. quoted St. Augustine, who said, An unjust law is no law at all.” Discuss how we as citizens should approach a law that we believe is unjust. What criteria do we use to determine whether a law is just or unjust?

If you had to debate a social issue, what would it be? Who would you debate? What position would you take?

 

Please include at least one reference (ie. the movie, would work).