spm4012 sport in society Research Presentation

Research Presentation Guidelines
Each student will present on the specific topic or issue they wrote about in their research essay. Each presentation will be no longer than 7 minutes and will be no shorter than 5 minutes.
Each presentation will critically articulate a current event, team, celebrity, organization, or other aspect of contemporary sport culture. To do this, you will need to offer an interpretive analysis of the social, economic, or political problems created by this site of analysis. In other words, the aim of each presentation is to develop a thesis which suggests or implicates a social problem acting upon, or through, popular sport; and builds upon that central claim to create a thorough interrogation of how this sporting phenomenon adversely shapes social attitudes, creates divisive ideologies, perpetuates uneven commercial relations, or engenders oppression of some kind. You will use your presentation, like your essay, to create a series of arguments (based on research), and integrate both theoretical frameworks and real world examples to support your assertions. In short, you will respond to the following prompt: “how does one unique sporting phenomenon adversely/critically influence social, cultural, and/or economic relations in contemporary U.S. (or elsewhere) society?”
Presentation Grading Criteria
1) Presentation Structure (10 pts)
A: The presentation includes: Title; 5 – 7 minutes in length; pictures, examples, illustrations, or some other creative way besides bullet points to portray your argument; and, a full reference list of all works cited.
10 ptsB: The presentation does not include ONE of the following: Title; 5 – 7 minutes in length; pictures, examples, illustrations, or some other creative way besides bullet points to portray your argument; and, a full reference list of all works cited.8.5 ptsC: The presentation does not include TWO of the following: Title; 5 – 7 minutes in length; pictures, examples, illustrations, or some other creative way besides bullet points to portray your argument; and, a full reference list of all works cited.7.5 ptsD: The presentation does not include THREE of the following: Title; 5 – 7 minutes in length; pictures, examples, illustrations, or some other creative way besides bullet points to portray your argument; and, a full reference list of all works cited.6.5 ptsF: The presentation does not include ANY of the following: Title; 5 – 7 minutes in length; pictures, examples, illustrations, or some other creative way besides bullet points to portray your argument; and, a full reference list of all works cited.0 pts2) Correct Spelling and Grammatical Style (5pts)
A: The presentation consistently shows correct spelling and grammatical style, and is made up of thematically focused slides. Shows evidence of having been proofread before submission.5ptsB: The presentation largely, but not consistently, shows correct spelling and grammatical style, and/or is made up of a majority of thematically focused slides. Is readable, but should have been more closely proofread before submission.4.25C: The presentation shows inconsistency in correct spelling and grammatical style, and/or shows a minority of thematically focused slides. Only small evidence of having been proofread before submission.3.75D: The presentation shows poor levels of correct spelling and grammatical style, and/or shows little evidence of thematically focused slides. Does not appear to have been proofread at all before submission3.25F: The presentation shows a disregard for following correct spelling and grammatical style rules. Clearly has not been proofread.0pts3) Citation and Referencing (5pts)
A: The presentation consistently follows the in-text citation and reference list format as outlined in the APA Style Guide (available online or in the library)5ptsB: The presentation largely, but not consistently, follows the in-text citation and reference list format as outlined in the APA Style Guide.4.25pts
C: The presentation shows inconsistency in following the in-text citation and reference list format as outlined in the APA Style Guide.3.75ptsD: The presentation shows little evidence of following the in-text citation and reference list format as outlined in the APA Style Guide.3.25ptsF: The presentation shows no discernible utilization of the in-text citation and reference list format as outlined in the APA Style Guide.0pts4) Directly Answers Question (20pts)
A: The presentation is clearly a direct response to the essay prompt20ptsB: The presentation focuses largely, but not exclusively on the essay prompt. At times the essay deviates from the central focus.17ptsC: The presentation is broadly based on the essay prompt, but does not directly provide a clear or direct response to the issue posed.15ptsD: The presentation is, at best, only loosely related to the focus of the essay prompt.14ptsF: The presentation has no relevance to the essay prompt.0pts5) Narrative Focus and Format (20pts)
A: The presentation displays an extremely well structured and corroborated argument based around an identifiable structure. (including introduction, main arguments, and conclusion)20ptsB: The presentation displays an extremely well structured and corroborated argument, but lacks a clear and identifiable structure (including introduction, main arguments, and conclusion)17ptsC: The presentation displays a moderately well structured and corroborated argument, and/or it lacks a clear and identifiable structure (including introduction, main arguments, and conclusion).15ptsD: The presentation displays a poorly structured and corroborated argument, and/or it lacks a clear and identifiable structure (including introduction, main arguments, and conclusion).14ptsF: The presentation lacks a structured and corroborated argument, and clear and identifiable structure (including introduction, main arguments, and conclusion).0pts6) Uses Course Concepts and Readings (20pts)
A: The presentation engages, and uses appropriately, THREE academic sources provided within the student’s research essay.20ptsB: The presentation engages, and uses appropriately, TWO academic sources provided within the student’s research essay.17ptsC: The presentation engages, and uses appropriately, ONE academic source provided within the student’s research essay.15ptsD: The presentation engages academic sources, however, they are used inappropriately and/or are not appropriate academic sources14ptsF: The presentation fails to engage, and use appropriately, ANY academic sources provided in the course.0pts7) Able to Field Questions Associated with Research (20pts)
A: The student is able to effectively and comprehensively answer the questions asked about their research. 20 ptsB: For the most part, the student is able to answer the questions they are asked. However, does not address all inquiries.17ptsC: The student partly answers the questions asked about their research.15ptsD: The student only tangentially answers the questions asked about their research, and essentially talks around the inquiries.14ptsF: The student is unable to answer questions and/or declines to field questions.0pts

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