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Lecture 36

PHIL 100 Lecture 36: 36A
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Fall 2017

Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHIL 100
Professor
danmoller
Lecture
36

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General Requirements:
30 minutes
Presentation Plan
o Outlines goals/agenda for your presentation
o States audience, goals, audience accommodation, and interactive features
of presentation
PowerPoint
o 8-20 slides that take 15-20 minutes to present (including Q and A)
o Email to professor no later than evening before presentation date
o Hand the professor a print out copy before presentation
o Each member must present at least 3 slides
o Bibliography:
! Simple: URL, date, document name
! Include images- not for clip art or OG photos
Interactive Class Activity
o 10 minutes
! Possible ex: quiz, role play competition, worksheet, examples they
have to analyze/correct, short written assignment
o If we need copies, tell professor the class before we present
Peer Review
o Submitted two classes before we go
Pocket Folder
o Team member’s names, course + section #, and presentation date
! Contains:
Presentation Plan:
o Printed out with final written on it
PowerPoint:
o print out in handout or notes layout
o Write final on it
Each team member’s ASSN packet opened to show matrix
page
o Peer review forms filled out
Topic
Grant application component: Budget
o (incl. income, direct costs, indirect costs, budget narrative)
Learning Objective
What a grant application’s budget section can include
What it looks like
Do’s and Don’t
Break down into steps and teach
what a grant application’s budget section can include, what it looks like.
Can focus on income and expense as the main categories.
Find examples of an annual nonprofit budget for income and expenses.
Include at least one sample

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General Requirements: 30 minutes Presentation Plan o Outlines goalsagenda for your presentation o States audience, goals, audience accommodation, and interactive features of presentation PowerPoint o 820 slides that take 1520 minutes to present (including Q and A) o Email to professor no later than evening before presentation date o Hand the professor a print out copy before presentation o Each member must present at least 3 slides o Bibliography: Simple: URL, date, document name Include images not for clip art or OG photos Interactive Class Activity o 10 minutes Possible ex: quiz, role play competition, worksheet, examples they have to analyzecorrect, short written assignment o If we need copies, tell professor the class before we present Peer Review o Submitted two classes before we go Pocket Folder o Team members names, course + section , and presentation date Contains: Presentation Plan: o Printed out with final written on it PowerPoint: o print out in handout or notes layout o Write final on it Each team members ASSN packet opened to show matrix page o Peer review forms filled out Topic Grant application component: Budget o (incl. income, direct costs, indirect costs, budget narrative) Learning Objective What a grant applications budget section can include What it looks like Dos and Dont Break down into steps and teach what a grant applications budget section can include, what it looks like. Can focus on income and expense as the main categories. Find examples of an annual nonprofit budget for income and expenses. Include at least one sample
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