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ICR Class 12: Cycle 2 sharing news stories & graded reader 8: Super Book Talk Preparation

Summary: We are almost finished with your sharing listening to news stories (10) and graded readers (8).

When you have time this week, please write reflections in your Google Doc. to think about your English learning progress. The questions are:

1. How did you participate in class today? Please describe as best you can.

2. What did you learn about your issue? You speaking pairs issues? 

3. What are your next SMART (simple, manageable, attainable, reasonable, timely) learning goals? 

Sample Super Book Talk Slide Shows:

Mrs.-Kim-s-Ketchup Download

Picture-Puzzle Download

Marco Download

Anna-and-the-Fighter Download

Presenters Homework for Class 13 on 07/11/2022:

1. Choose the best graded reader that you have already taken notes on to make your Super Book Talk presentation. 

2. Review these loose Super Book Talk Guidelines. The goals are to:

-Do the Super Book Talk task
-Use a variety of sentences with some challenging vocabulary summarized by you
-Use of relevant and accurate details that show you read the book
-Demonstrate a complete understanding of the book you read
-Make inferences (guessing about the text) from the book and have a clear focus
-Easy to listen to with a sense of voice and explore acting of characters’ voices.

3. Digital sharing is best like PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Prezzie. 

4. Please email me with your attachment or put your file in our shared Google file and I will be notified. 

5. There are many students, and I would like to check and help with your English, so could you send me your file by Friday, 07/08/2022 at 3 PM, so I can check it?

6, There are some examples of Super Book Talk presentations from another university.

7. Please do not copy/paste the words from the book. It is better to summarize as best you can in your own words. However is there are some really cool phrases or sentences from the book you would like to share, please use “quotation marks.”

8. The title of the book and the author’s name needs to be included, and your name.

9. Usually, each Super Book talk should be about five to seven minutes with time for questions and answers from the audience. 

10. Also could you remember to make a thank you and question and answer page at the end. 

In case your listening and reading homework entries are not finished, please upload them to your Google Drive Shared file before class on 07/11/2022: Please upload the pictures of your notes in your Shared Google file under the section “第 12回 Cycle 2 Sharing News Stories & Graded Readers 8.”

In the Spring Semester, you do out-of-class listening (10 times about two pages each time) and read and talk about a minimum of 8 graded readers from the Chuo Library’s Maruzen eBook Library of graded readers. Please see the links and instructions below. The main thing is to do some homework every class. You can do little by little at your pace.

By note-taking, please feel free to use charts, diagrams, and colors as you like. Then, can you take pictures of them and put them in your shared drive file with me? 

The Steps for the Graded Readers in The Maruzen eBook Library “6 Spring Semester: Downloading and reading e-books” in the link above and below is very important to follow. Please download your book quickly and save it because We can download only one book at Chuo University at one time:).

You can also read online here and one with old-fashioned hard copies of the books:

  1. The online selection of stories at A2 level (for pre-intermediate students) in the Reading Zone on the British Council website for ICR students: https://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/study-break/graded-reading/a2-graded-reading
  2. The main library at Chuo (4th floor) has hard copies to borrow of the three series of e-books in the Maruzen library, plus some other collections of readers at an appropriate level for students starting to read in ICR classes (i.e. 300-700 head words):
  3. Series also in the Maruzen eBooks Library
  • Macmillan Readers – Starter & Beginner levels
  • Cengage Page Turners – levels 2, 3, 4 & 5
  • Cambridge Discovery Readers – levels A1, A1+ & A2
  1. Other series
  • Oxford Bookworms – Stages 1 & 2
  • Penguin Readers – 1 (Beginner) and 2 (Elementary) levels
  • Scholastic Readers – Starter Level and Level 1

And here is are the ICR links and docs for your homework below for your convenience:

ICR Website

Different Ways of Listening 英語の説明

Listening to News

Notes on Listening to News

Downloading and Reading e-books Maruzen eBook Downloading Service

ICR Information Sheet

第 14回 Class survey and review of the semester, and two presentations -01/16/2023

Summary: Happy New Year!!

Everyone did the Faculty Survey in Manaba at the top of “My Page” under 大学からの課題・アンケート / Specific Assignments/ Surveys, and you also wrote your 3 question self-reflections.

For Online English Practice Resources for this Winter!

Freerice:  is an amazing learning app of many subjects and languages that you can learn from and grow. The more correct answers you get, you can feed children in need faster, and make groups with your friends to get high scores. The educational tutorial about being safe during COVID-19 is informative. And the English vocabulary sections have so many levels that you can challenge. Thank you, United Nations and the World Food Programme

Rachel’s English: This website is an excellent fluency resource bank for learners of English and their teachers. There are over 500 free videos available on English pronunciation and spoken English. Rachel’s videos, t have received over 70 million views, and way over 1 million subscribers are particularly useful because she not only explains the pronunciation and and supportive position of your mouth to speak well, she also shows the phonetic spelling and that help improve listening comprehension. She has helped me teach English US pronunciation and provides courses on at Rachel’s Academy. Rachel also seems to love learning other languages, which adds to her immense knowledge as a teacher and a learner too. She can help you immediately.

I hope you have a wonderful summer break!

第 13回 Cycle 4 small-group presentations, reflection and self-evaluation/assessment -12/19/2022

Summary: We had Cycle 4 small-group presentations today. Finally, you reflected on the three questions in your Google Doc. 

I would like to remind everyone that you need an introduction, conclusion, references, and in-text citations on each slide so you can say where you got your work from. Also, I email your presentation back to you with corrections and feedback.

Please do not use your old draft PowerPoints while presenting. Please download my attachment with feedback because as I am trying to help you improve your presentations!

Cycle Presentations on 12/12/2022 (Order decided in class on 12/05/2022):

Cycle 4 Presentations on 12/19/2022 (Order decided in class on 12/04/2022):

Presentation Outline Recommendations:

I recommend before you start to create your slideshow restate your five research questions based the five sections below and then categorize your notes based on your references. This action is not required as homework, but it helps to organize your presentation:

  1. Basic Information
  2. Causes
  3. Cases or Further Examples
  4. Effects
  5. Solutions

Presentation Content and Design if you need to join by Zoom:


Stratvert, K. (2020, July 24). How to properly present PowerPoint slides in Zoom [Video]. Youtube.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNOZRa089-U

Summary: Guidelines for your Presentation in addition to the information in the presentation of your issue document.

1. Your talk should be about 7-8 minutes and then 2-3 minutes for questions, comments, and answers.


2. It is good to practice your presentation several times even on ZOOM so you can focus on your content while speaking. 


3. There are usually 12 to 16 slides.


4. You’ll have a References page for APA and Works Cited for MLA to show where you got your work from. Please include the author’s name, date published, the organization or publisher, and the URL link.


5. In the slideshow, please write and say where you got the information from in the form of in-text citations such as (Miller, 2020, para. 3). You can also do narrative in-text citations such as Suzuki (2020, p. 5) suggested that… If you use the author’s exact words, you need to use “quotation marks,” but you do not need quotes if you summarize the keywords. 

6. Here are two free websites where you can download free and beautiful images and pictures:

Pixabay

Creative Commons

7. Samples of Chuo Students’ IRD PowerPoint Presentations

Homework due on Friday, 12/16/2022 by 12 PM Cycle 4 pair and small-group presentations (for the students that will present on 12/19/2022)

Please email your presentation to my Chuo Gmail via attachment and not in your Google Document due to formatting. Please look for the email I will send you with feedback on your presentation and use this version and not the old draft. Please use the slide show that I send back to you.

第 12回 Cycle 4 small-group presentations and preparing your research -12/12/2022

Summary: We had two lovely Cycle 4 small-group presentations today. Finally, you reflected on the three questions in your Google Doc. 

I would like to remind everyone that you need an introduction, conclusion, references, and in-text citations on each slide so you can say where you got your work from. Also, I email your presentation back to you with corrections and feedback.

Please do not use your old draft PowerPoints while presenting. Please download my attachment with feedback because as I am trying to help you improve your presentations!

Cycle 4 Presentations on 012/12/2022: (Order Decided in class on 12/05/2022)

Cycle 4 Presentations on 12/19/2022 (Order decided in class on 12/05/2022):

Presentation Outline Recommendations:

I recommend before you start to create your slideshow restate your five research questions based the five sections below and then categorize your notes based on your references. This action is not required as homework, but it helps to organize your presentation:

  1. Basic Information
  2. Causes
  3. Cases or Further Examples
  4. Effects
  5. Solutions

Presentation Content and Design if you need to join by Zoom:


Stratvert, K. (2020, July 24). How to properly present PowerPoint slides in Zoom [Video]. Youtube.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNOZRa089-U

Summary: Guidelines for your Presentation in addition to the information in the presentation of your issue document.

1. Your talk should be about 7-8 minutes and then 2-3 minutes for questions, comments, and answers.


2. It is good to practice your presentation several times even on ZOOM so you can focus on your content while speaking. 


3. There are usually 12 to 16 slides.


4. You’ll have a References page for APA and Works Cited for MLA to show where you got your work from. Please include the author’s name, date published, the organization or publisher, and the URL link.


5. In the slideshow, please write and say where you got the information from in the form of in-text citations such as (Miller, 2020, para. 3). You can also do narrative in-text citations such as Suzuki (2020, p. 5) suggested that… If you use the author’s exact words, you need to use “quotation marks,” but you do not need quotes if you summarize the keywords. 

6. Here are two free websites where you can download free and beautiful images and pictures:

Pixabay

Creative Commons

7. Samples of Chuo Students’ IRD PowerPoint Presentations

Homework due on Friday, 12/09/2021 or 12/16/2022 by 12 PM Cycle 4 pair and small-group presentations.

Please email your presentation to my Chuo Gmail via attachment and not in your Google Document due to formatting. Please look for the email I will send you with feedback on your presentation and use this version and not the old draft. Please use the slide show that I send back to you.

Session_08: MLA Formatting -The Second Draft

MLA Style Center

Summary: We worked on specific academic writing issues for the MLA introduction of two paragraphs, and the entire paper.

Alex Essay Writing Tool Step 10 – Revising 

Homework due via email (Sending earlier than the deadline is great for quick feedback to you!):

Do WAVE for your essay before emailing your first MLA draft!

W = Put your paper through MLA Essay Write & Improve

A = MLA Style -Owl Purdue

V = Veritus Certify! Check against Plagiarism -Leander Hughes

E = Check all Explanations attachments, download “Instructions-for-MLA-Writing_AEW1,” and type your paper directly in the document. Once finished your draft, please email it to me.

Explanations” Attachments:

Instructions-for-MLA-Writing_AEW1Download

AEW1__MLA-Midterm-Assessment-GuidelinesDownload

OWL-Purdue-MLA-9th_PPtDownload

MLA Sample Paper on Propaganda (Same as the Synthesized Notes Sample)

Student Sample MLA Paper on Brexit

Due via email 01/09/2022 at 3 PM: 

1. Please download the ‘MLA and Works Cited’ MS Word document attached below and type directly in the paper.

2. Using your ideas from the five questions, you have made and five articles you have taken notes on, write your essay. Please refer to the formatting guidelines and MLA Sample Paper also attached below.

3. If you are referring to your readings and it is not your original idea, please do an in-text citation of the author’s last name and page or paragraph number like this (Suzuki 22) or (Tanaka par. 3) at the end of the sentence before the period. 

4. In the first paragraph of the introduction, you write about why are you doing this research and the last sentence you write your topic thesis statement: This essay discusses ______, __________, ________, ________, and _________.

5. In the second paragraph of the introduction, you will write your paper in one paragraph using each of the five sections of your paper. This paper, describes ___________ (the issue, which is similar wording to the title). Then, you will write using vocabulary like, “In the first section, _______. Then, in the second section _______ . Next, in the third section,” or “firstly, secondly, thirdly” for all five of your sections. 

6. Your paper needs to be typed with double-spaced lines, and at least 900 words and no more than 1,200, so please use the word count tool in Microsoft Word and type the word count number at the end of your paper before the Sources Cited section like this:

Word Count: 1,135

7. Please make sure that your name, draft number, AEW course name, date, and title are in the attachment file  like this: 

‘Your Name’_AEW1_2nd Draft_Introduction

8. Please put your introduction through Write & Improve in the “MLA Essay Paper Checker” entry.

9. Please do 5 Write & Improve Essays by 02/06/2023 at 4 PM (but not all of them on the last day!). Also, please try to improve your score.

Workshop_08 MLA -The 1st Draft

MLA Style Center

Summary: 
 

Homework due via email (Sending earlier than the deadline is great for quick feedback to you!):

Do WAVE for your essay before emailing your first MLA draft!

W = Put your paper through MLA Essay Write & Improve

A = MLA Style -Owl Purdue

V = Veritus Certify! Check against Plagiarism -Leander Hughes

E = Check all Explanations attachments, download “Instructions-for-MLA-Writing_AEW2,” and type your paper directly in the document. Once finished your draft, please email it to me.

Explanations” Attachments:

Instructions-for-MLA-Writing_AEW2Download

AEW2__MLA-Midterm-Assessment-GuidelinesDownload

OWL-Purdue-MLA-9th_PPt-1Download

MLA Sample Paper on Propaganda (Same as the Synthesized Notes Sample)

Student Sample MLA Paper on Brexit

Due via email 07/18/2022 by 4 PM: 

1. Please download the ‘MLA and Works Cited’ MS Word document attached below and type directly in the paper.

2. Using your ideas from the five questions, you have made and five articles you have taken notes on, write your essay. Please refer to the formatting guidelines and MLA Sample Paper also attached below.

3. If you are referring to your readings and it is not your original idea, please do an in-text citation of the author’s last name and page or paragraph number like this (Suzuki 22) or (Tanaka par. 3) at the end of the sentence before the period. 

4. Your paper needs to be typed with double-spaced lines, and at least 1,000 words but no more than 1,400, so please use the word count tool in Microsoft Word and type the word count number at the end of your paper before the Sources Cited section like this:

Word Count: 1,335

5. Please make sure that your name, draft number, AEW course name, date, and title are in the attachment file  like this: 

‘Your Name’_AEW2_ Draft 1

An option to do Write & Improve practice essay:

Five improved essays are due by 07/31/2022. You can choose the essays and the time of writing freely, but write and improve on no more than one essay each week.

Workshop_05: The MLA Academic Essay -Finalizing the Gathering of Your Research

Summary: We focused on editing the Works Cited entries from your notes. Then, the students communicated their issue development in a group of three.

Documents:

Quick Guide to Citing in MLA 9th Edition

MLA 9th Quick Guide

“Take the attitude of a student, never be too big to ask questions, never know too much to learn something new.”

-Augustine Og Mandino

Homework due on 06/29/2022, by 7 PM via taking photos of your notes and insert the photos for research notes #6.

MLA Note Sample:

Instructions for Homework Content:

1. Please, take your final research notes number six. Make it count and the notes should be at least two pages with in-text citations and upload them on your Google Doc.


Free Database Engines off Campus to collect research for your MLA Paper: 

Carrot 2 Carrot helps you find topics related to your search term. After entering the term you enter and then click on ‘search,’ you can choose to see the results as a list, treemap, or pie chart that helps you visualize your issue and narrow your search at the same time.

Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ): DOAJ is a community-designed and maintained online journal directory that provides you access to robust, open access, peer-reviewed journals. This search engine is independent, and it is free including being indexed in DOAJ. Please use this engine for topical issues and authors, and you might find research that provides evidential content for your academic essay. DOAJ is an educational outreach search engine that focuses on high-quality applications and submissions.

Google Scholar: Google scholar helps you do a broad or narrow search of articles. It also helps you cite your “references” for APA and “work cited” for MLA!

CORE Research Engine UK: This research search engine claims to be the largest open-access research database in the world giving free access.

Learning About Global IssuesSpecifically in relation to Chuo University Faculty of Law English courses, this website has been designed by Andy Barfield and his research team for supporting student research from 2014 in the Basic Research and Writing. More generally, his team hopes that this website is useful for students and other people in Japan (and in other countries) to develop our knowledge and critical understanding of different global issues. Thank you, Andy!

Yippy gives you lists of related issues to the left. For example, if you search for ‘poverty’, then Yippy can also find information on poverty + children, poverty + hunger, poverty law, extreme poverty, and other related issues.

New! Zenbird Media: Topics & Issues: Do you often think about researching issues related to your local community, or Japan in general, but find the data in the Japanese language. Then, Zenbird Media is for you! They make a beautiful website for professors, so we can focus on giving students feedback rather than building websites.

2. An option to do Write & Improve practice essay:

Five improved essays are due by 07/31/2022. You can choose the essays and the time of writing freely, but write and improve on no more than one essay each week.

Session_05: The MLA Academic Essay – Summarizing Solutions and Conclusions

Summary: We learned more about and formatting Modern Language Association (MLA) Works Cited. Then, collaboratively, we made sure you know more about the steps of the research process, the key terms of academic writing, narrowing down a research topic, finding reliable and solid research material, and taking useful notes. We also carefully considered and followed the activities of Alex Essay Writing Tool, steps 7 – 8 to focus on your close reading.

Outline of our Research Process:

  1. Basic Information -Wide reading
  2. Causes -Wide reading
  3. Further Examples or Case Studies – Close reading
  4. Effects -Close reading
  5. Solutions -Close reading

Documents:

Quick Guide to Citing in MLA 9th Edition

MLA 9th Quick Guide

“If you steal from one author it’s plagiarism; if you steal from many it’s research.”

Wilson Mizner

Alex Essay Writing Tool Step 07: Close reading

Alex Essay Writing Tool Step 08: Give your material order

MLA Note Taking Sample:

Wong, Yu, Hussey Freeland, Deborah M., and Kari C. Nadeau. “Food Allergy: Immune 

Mechanisms, Diagnosis and Immunotherapy”, Nature Reviews Immunology 16,

31 October, 2016, pp. 751–765. https://www.nature.com/articles/nri.2016.111

Homework due by 7PM on 12/17/2022 by taking photos of your notes and insert all the photos in your Google Document under the titles Research Article # 5 and Research Article #6 and others if you are behind uploaded in your shared Google document.

Instructions for Homework Content:

1. Researching and taking notes on solutions to your issue: Please, research the SAME research issue using one Internet, book, newspaper, or journal articles about solutions or findings to improve the situation. Then take two pages of notes using the keywords on the pages. Remember to write the author’s name(s), the date, and page or paragraph numbers if you use direct quotations with the URL in the doc. Try to summarize your work.

Could you upload photos of your notes in your shared Google Document under Research Article #6 in your shared file so I can edit your MLA Works Cited?

MLA Quick Guide

Student-Sample-MLA-Paper

How to Find an Issue to Research

Free Database Engines for research on your MLA Paper: 

Carrot 2 Carrot helps you find topics related to your search term. After entering the term you enter and then click on ‘search,’ you can choose to see the results as a list, treemap, or pie chart that helps you visualize your issue and narrow your search at the same time.

Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ): DOAJ is a community-designed and maintained online journal directory that provides you access to robust, open access, peer-reviewed journals. This search engine is independent, and it is free including being indexed in DOAJ. Please use this engine for topical issues and authors, and you might find research that provides evidential content for your academic essay. DOAJ is an educational outreach search engine that focuses on high-quality applications and submissions.

Google Scholar: Google scholar helps you do a broad or narrow search of articles. It also helps you cite your “references” for APA and “work cited” for MLA!

CORE Research Engine UK: This research search engine claims to be the largest open-access research database in the world giving free access.

This website is very informative and easy to understand, where you might find research on your issue from Professor Andy Barfield:
Global Issues Resources –Specifically in relation to Chuo University Faculty of Law English courses, this website has been designed by Andy Barfield and his research team for supporting student research from 2014 in the Basic Research and Writing (English ‘C’)  and Introduction to Communication and Research (Listening and Speaking ‘P’ Level). More generally, his team hopes that this website is useful for students and other people in Japan (and in other countries) to develop our knowledge and critical understanding of different global issues. Thank you, Andy!

Yippy gives you lists of related issues to the left. For example, if you search for ‘poverty’, then Yippy can also find information on poverty + children, poverty + hunger, poverty law, extreme poverty, and other related issues.

Zenbird Media: Topics & Issues: Do you often think about researching issues related to your local community, or Japan in general, but find the data in the Japanese language. Then, Zenbird Media is for you! They make a beautiful website for professors, so we can focus on giving students feedback rather than building websites.

2. An option to do Write & Improve practice essay:

 Please follow the instructions as best you can following one of the five essays you chose to write this quarter. You can write again and again following the guidance to improve your score. All essays are due on 02/06/2023.

ICR Class 11: Cycle 2 sharing news stories & graded reader 7

Summary: Thanks for meeting me on Zoom! I hope you enjoyed the lesson.

When you have time this week, please write reflections in your Google Doc. to think about your English learning progress. The questions are:

1. How did you participate in class today? Please describe as best you can.

2. What did you learn about your issue? You speaking pairs issues? 

3. What are your next SMART (simple, manageable, attainable, reasonable, timely) learning goals? 

Homework due uploaded to your Google Drive Shared file before class on 06/27/2022: Please upload the pictures of your notes in your Shared Google file under the section “第 11回 Cycle 2 Sharing News Stories & Graded Readers 7.”

In the Spring Semester, you do out-of-class listening (10 times about two pages each time) and read and talk about a minimum of 8 graded readers from the Chuo Library’s Maruzen eBook Library of graded readers. Please see the links and instructions below. The main thing is to do some homework every class. You can do little by little at your pace.

By note-taking, please feel free to use charts, diagrams, and colors as you like. Then, can you take pictures of them and put them in your shared drive file with me? 

The Steps for the Graded Readers in The Maruzen eBook Library “6 Spring Semester: Downloading and reading e-books” in the link above and below is very important to follow. Please download your book quickly and save it because We can download only one book at Chuo University at one time:).

You can also read online here and one with old-fashioned hard copies of the books:

  1. The online selection of stories at A2 level (for pre-intermediate students) in the Reading Zone on the British Council website for ICR students: https://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/study-break/graded-reading/a2-graded-reading
  2. The main library at Chuo (4th floor) has hard copies to borrow of the three series of e-books in the Maruzen library, plus some other collections of readers at an appropriate level for students starting to read in ICR classes (i.e. 300-700 head words):
  3. Series also in the Maruzen eBooks Library
  • Macmillan Readers – Starter & Beginner levels
  • Cengage Page Turners – levels 2, 3, 4 & 5
  • Cambridge Discovery Readers – levels A1, A1+ & A2
  1. Other series
  • Oxford Bookworms – Stages 1 & 2
  • Penguin Readers – 1 (Beginner) and 2 (Elementary) levels
  • Scholastic Readers – Starter Level and Level 1

And here is are the ICR links and docs for your homework below for your convenience:

ICR Website

Different Ways of Listening 英語の説明

Listening to News

Notes on Listening to News

Downloading and Reading e-books Maruzen eBook Downloading Service

ICR Information Sheet

第 11回 Cycle 4 sharing research notes 4: Possible actions & solutions -12/05/2022

Summary: You discussed in pairs the possible actions and solutions to your issue. Then, we discussed ways to prepare for your Cycle 4 presentations on December 12th or December 19th. Finally, you reflected on the three questions in your Google Doc. 

Presentation Content and Design in case you need to present on Zoom due to COVID-19:


Stratvert, K. (2020, July 24). How to properly present PowerPoint slides in Zoom [Video]. Youtube.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNOZRa089-U

I recommend before you start to create your slideshow restate your five research questions based the five sections below and then catagorize your notes based on your references:

  1. Basic Information
  2. Causes
  3. Cases or Further Examples
  4. Effects
  5. Solutions

Summary: Guidelines for your Presentation in addition to the information in the presentation of your issue document:

1. Your talk should be about 7-8 minutes and then 2-3 minutes for questions, comments, and answers.

2. It is good to practice your presentation several times (even recorded on ZOOM) so you can focus with your timing and gain confidence. 

3. There are usually 12 to 16 slides.

4. You’ll have a References or Works Cited page to show where you got your work from. Please include the author’s name, date published, the organization or publisher, and the URL link.

5. In the slideshow, please write and say where you got the information from in the form of in-text citations for APA such as (Miller, 2020, para. 3). You can also do narrative in-text citations such as Suzuki (2020, p. 5) suggested that… If you use the author’s exact words, you need to use “quotation marks,” but you do not need quotes if you summarize the keywords. For MLA it would be Suzuki (5) or (Miller par. 3).

6. Here are three free websites where you can download free and beautiful images and pictures:

Creative Commons

Irasutoya

Pixabay

7. Samples of Chuo Students’ IRD PowerPoint Presentations

Homework due on Friday, 12/09/2022 or 12/16/2022 by 3 PM Cycle 4 pair and small-group presentations (Assigned on Class 11) Please email your presentation to me via attachment and not in your Google Document due to formatting. Please look for the email I will send you with feedback on your presentation.