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DescriptionThe expository presentation for CAPE Communication Studies Internal Assessment
What is it?
The presentation has two distinct parts:
A FACTUAL presentation on an aspect of your portfolio theme.
A presentation about your research including an evaluation of two sources of information used to prepare your factual presentation.
It will have all the following 6 elements present:
1. An introduction (statement of topic)
In the introduction you will give a brief explanation of topic/ theme and a preview (with a thesis statement) of what you are going to cover.
"My theme is Returning Migrants toGuyana. Returning migrants or returnees are a group within the population of Guyana who have spent a significant time away from their homeland and have then returned to permanently settle again. Returning migrants... According to statistics from the Customs Department given to me by Mr K Loakman in an interview, 2284 people claimed the concession for returning residents in 2008. Returning migrants experience 5 phases of adjustment when returning which can be termed as “culture shock”."
N.B. YOU CANNOT HAVE THIS ON YOUR CARDS WHICH YOU TAKE INTO THE EXAM. It would look like this:
Theme ; Returning Migrants to GT.
group within the population of GT
a significant time away from their homeland
returned to permanently settle
Customs Department (Mr K Loakman) “2284 people claimed the concession for returning residents in 2005”.
Returning migrants experience 5 phases of adjustment when returning which can be termed as “culture shock”.
2. A rationale
In the rationale you need to explain why you picked the theme and it can form part of the introduction. In the rationale you should mention any personal interests, current academic links and future career plans which influenced your decision to choose the theme
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