Note: This assignment is the fourth in a series of 4 assignments on the same topic. Due in Weeks 2, 5, 8, and 10. The assignments build upon each other.
As described in the assignments due in Weeks 2, 5, and 8,. You wrote two articles (Parts 1 and 2) as if you were an investigative reporter who has been assigned to research important issues (ethnic, racial, gender, or class). That are affecting people in a local area, workplace. Or specific part of the world. The articles are for a major publication (magazine or newspaper). Your goal was to provide both an in-depth analysis of and put a human face on an issue. After publication, your editor has asked that you provide a summary of your articles using Google Slides. Or PowerPoint for a meeting of the National Association of Journalists, so the members can determine if the series should win one of its top three prizes for investigative reporting.
Develop a 10–12 slide presentation in which you:
- Revise the ideas and concepts from Parts 1 and 2 of your articles. Based on your professor’s feedback, to include the ideas in your presentation as needed.
- In addition to posting to the discussion board. Submit the presentation to the assignment location to receive credit.
Your slide deck should:
- Introduce the topic area with a quote, question, and/or statistic, along with an overview and a thesis statement. (Grab the audience’s interest.)
- Highlight 3–5 major historical factors (social events/attitudes, wars, laws, economy, political environment, et cetera) in the past 50–100 years that have contributed to the current issue(s)/problems for this topic area.
- Highlight 3–5 major current issues/problems (economic, social, political, legal, et cetera).
- Describe 1–2 groups of people affected by the issue/problem, including 1–2 quotes and/or paraphrased comments from the people affected.
- Propose 2–3 changes (economic, social, political, legal, et cetera) that could possibly improve the situation.
- Highlight 2–3 likely challenges (economic, social, political, legal, et cetera) to achieving the proposed change(s).
- Provide a brief logical response to each of the challenges.
- Highlight 2–3 possible benefits (economic, social, political, legal, et cetera) that could be realized following the proposed change(s).
- Include 2–3 thought-provoking questions to which the audience should be asked to respond.