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Now that you have written your arguments as to who would win the warrior competitions, the next step is to create a multimodal presentation as another way to present the info you gather for your Argument Paper. The presentation will be in the form of an infographic. You can go to http://infogr.am/ or find an alternative tool.
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Now that you have written your arguments as to who would win the warrior competitions, the next step is to create a multimodal presentation as another way to present the info you gather for your Argument Paper. The presentation will be in the form of an infographic. You can go to http://infogr.am/ or or http://piktochart.com/ or find an alternative tool.
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Now that you have written your arguments as to who would win the warrior competitions, the next step is to create a multimodal presentation as another way to present the info you gather for your Argument Paper. The presentation will be in the form of an infographic. You can go to info.gram.com or find an alternative tool.
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Now that you have written your arguments as to who would win the warrior competitions, the next step is to create a multimodal presentation as another way to present the info you gather for your Argument Paper. The presentation will be in the form of an infographic. You can go to http://infogr.am/ or find an alternative tool.
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Now that you have written your arguments as to who would win the warrior competitions, the next step is to create a multimodal presentation as another way to present the info you gather for your Argument Paper.
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Now that you have written your arguments as to who would win the warrior competitions, the next step is to create a multimodal presentation as another way to present the info you gather for your Argument Paper. The presentation will be in the form of an infographic. You can go to info.gram.com or find an alternative tool.
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You have the option of doing this as a group assignment if you would like to do that. If you do not want to work in a group, you can complete the assignment individually.

Group Option
- If you do choose the Group Option, you must submit the following:
*A memo to Dr. G stating the names of the members of your group, the roles that each person in the group will play, and how you will deal with problems that may arise (i.e. students not contributing or not communicating with other group members, students turning in work late, etc.)
*An email update to Dr. G midway into the project to report how things are going and any problems that you need help with

Multimodal Options - You are probably wondering what will count as a multimodal presentation, so here is a list:
*Audio Textual - i.e. Power Point or Prezi with audio
*Video - i.e. use video camera or camera phone
*Animated movies - i.e. http://www.xtranormal.com/
*Website
*Or if you have other ideas, check with Dr. G

Your presentation should be 3-5 minutes long, and it should illustrate the most important elements of why your warrior would win the battle against the opponent you chose. Use the Deadliest Warrior episodes you viewed earlier as examples of how to take an argument and turn it into a multimodal presentation (in this case a video).

Very Important: Make sure that whatever format you use you will be able to share it in Blackboard. So don't pick an option that might not work in terms of sharing with others.

Sample Videos from another course - http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/SGarza/FinalVideos
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Purpose - Your presentation should should illustrate the most important elements of why your warrior would win the battle against the opponent you chose.

Here is an example of an inforgraphic: http://infogr
.am/US-Children-Vehicular-Heat-Stroke-Fatalities?src=web

Post the link to your presentation in Blackboard.
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Sample Videos from another course - http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/SGarza/FinalVideos
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*Interactive website
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*Website
*Or if you have other ideas, check with Dr. G

Your presentation should be 3-5 minutes long, and it should illustrate the most important elements of why your warrior would win the battle against the opponent you chose. Use the Deadliest Warrior episodes you viewed earlier as examples of how to take an argument and turn it into a multimodal presentation (in this case a video).

Very Important: Make sure that whatever format you use you will be able to share it in Blackboard. So don't pick an option that might not work in terms of sharing with others.
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*Audio Textual - i.e. Power Point or Prezi with audio
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*Interactive website
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Now that we have written the arguments as to who would win the warrior competitions, we are now as a group going to put together a short video, similar to the Deadliest Warrior video format. But don't worry. You won't have to work with people you don't like or can't depend on, and you won't have to worry about having to figure out how to do something you don't know how to do or have never done before. For each part of the discussion you must participate. You will receive points for participating in each part which will determine your overall grade for this project.
First
, we will develop a script that we will all write together. In this blog area we will discuss what to include, and then collectively we will write the script together in the wiki area of BB.
Second, we will decide what format to use to create the video (this can take many formats and we will together decide what the group wants to do) and assign different tasks for students to perform.
Third, we will develop the video based on our plan to create it. This will give you the opportunity to participate in a way that you are comfortable with. We will craft roles for each student based on her/his strengths.
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Now that you have written your arguments as to who would win the warrior competitions, the next step is to create a multimodal presentation as another way to present the info you gather for your Argument Paper.

Audience - Other students in 1302 classes

You have the option of doing this as a group assignment if you would like
to do that. If you do not want to work in a group, you can complete the assignment individually.

Group Option - If
you do choose the Group Option, you must submit the following:
*A memo to Dr. G stating the names of the members of your group
, the roles that each person in the group will play, and how you will deal with problems that may arise (i.e. students not contributing or not communicating with other group members, students turning in work late, etc.)
*An email update to Dr. G midway into the project to report how things are going
and any problems that you need help with

Multimodal Options - You are probably wondering what will count as a multimodal presentation, so here is a list:
*Power Point with audio
*Video


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Now that we have written the arguments as to who would win the warrior competitions, we are now as a group going to put together a short video, similar to the Deadliest Warrior video format. But don't worry. You won't have to work with people you don't like or can't depend on, and you won't have to worry about having to figure out how to do something you don't know how to do or have never done before. For each part of the discussion you must participate. You will receive points for participating in each part which will determine your overall grade for this project.
First, we will develop a script that we will all write together. In this blog area we will discuss what to include, and then collectively we will write the script together in the wiki area of BB.
Second, we will decide what format to use to create the video (this can take many formats and we will together decide what the group wants to do) and assign different tasks for students to perform.
Third, we will develop the video based on our plan to create it. This will give you the opportunity to participate in a way that you are comfortable with. We will craft roles for each student based on her/his strengths.