The purpsose of this assignment is to create a multimedia presentation to convince a group of your peers to join you in taking a stand on an important global issue that impacts the future step 1: review the assignment requirements carefully. a) your presentation must include information on a global issue impacting the future. b) you must explain the issue and provide supporting details. c) you must make a claim and give reasons why you believe your claim to be true. d) you must include evidence to support your reasons. e) you must use rhetorical techniques that appeal to the audience. step 2: consider the required elements of the multimedia presentation. a) create your presentation on the computer using presentation or video-editing software. b) create a presentation that is clearly organized. c) use text and graphics appropriately and effectively. d) ensure that your presentation is neat, easy to follow, and visually appealing. e) include digital media, such as images, video, or audio. step 3: think about these steps for creating a successful presentation. a) plan – sketch or outline your presentation before you begin. establish the order in which you will present your information and the media you are going to include. b) draft – create a rough draft of your presentation. c) revise – review your work, correct mistakes, and make improvements. d) practice reading your presentation aloud
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sentences vary by structure as well as by function. there are compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences.
i like to read.
a simple sentence has one independent clause.
i like to read, and i also like to write.
a compound sentence includes more than one independent clause, connected by a coordinating conjunction (and, but, for, nor, or, so, or yet).
i prefer to read books that are bestsellers.
a complex sentence includes one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses. (a dependent clause is one that cannot stand alone.) types of dependent clauses include relative clauses (i kicked the boy who pinched me), adverb clauses (i am going home now because i have a curfew), and noun clauses (i don't know what to do next).
although i prefer to read current bestsellers, i do like to read old agatha christie mysteries, and i also like some 20th-century science fiction.
compound-complex sentences take a bunch of clauses (multiple independent clauses, and one or more dependent clauses) and toss them together like a salad. although these sentences take practice to write in a grammatically correct fashion, they can hold a tremendous amount of meaning, and are common in academic writing.
the book's theme is the moral ambiguity of the iranian revolution, history of middle eastern relations and the process of growing up during war. it sheds light on the stereotypical views of middle eastern culture and religion.
the author explicitly portrays the issues of class disparities and racism continously throught the whole novel.
the relationship between parents and childrens, the abandonment of faith, modernity vs fundamentalism and class conflict are the 4 main panels that this novel englobes.
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conclusions made on the basis of unstated or stated evidence are called inferences