Topic: The Global Goals
In groups of three, choose one of the UN Goals which we have not already worked with (so avoid goal 1-5).
Make sure your group choose a goal no one else has chosen.
Plan and make an oral presentation where you include the following:
- what is the problem?
- what/who is causing this problem and/or preventing a solution?
- What can be done to improve the situation?
- Who is working for improvement? (organizations etc)
- why is this relevant for the UN?
- what is the group’s personal opinion of this problem?
- what do your group think about a possible solution?
- What can a single individual do to help?
Your presentation should be about 10 minutes long, and you should be ready to present at 12:00 today.
This will be graded individually.
Criteria for evaluation
|Has a simple presentation, does not look at the audience, bound by script, no creativity||Has some contact with the audience, somewhat free from the script, uses some creativity in his/her presentation||Has good contact with the audience, knows the script by heart, creative and independent presentation|
|Simple content, has worked very little with different sources, shows little independent thought and research. Answers only some of the assignment given.||Good content with some independent research, has clearly worked with different sources. Answers the assignment.||Independent and well-researched content, and a thorough answer of the assignment. Explains and gives examples. Has worked well with different sources and manages to use them in an independent manner.|
|Pronunciation||Has a clear Norwegian accent, struggles with pronouncing a lot of words
|Has a good pronunciation overall, struggles with some words.||Pronunciation and accent are close to, or, flawless|
|Has a simple vocabulary, uses a lot of repetition and little variation.||Has a broad vocabulary, with some more advanced words. Shows that he/she understands the words they use.||Has an advanced and varied vocabulary, varies in sentence structure and length. Understands and are able to use and explain difficult concepts and definitions.|
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