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November 15 lesson

Dear students,
Please bring an article(s) about human rights that you would like to present in class. For this assignment, you may work in groups if you wish. (Working alone is also fine). In today's lesson, first draw your map or write your outline, then write your introduction notes (what, why, overview), and finally write your body and conclusion points.
For this presentation, I would like you to focus on fluency, so try to write notes, not a whole essay. When you deliver your speech, you should refer to your notes, which should be a list of your main points. Please show me this in class.
Kind regards,
Chris Elvin


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