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Welcome to Chris Elvin's Rikkyo University Ikebukuro Campus Presentation Class

Dear students,
Welcome to the course.
This semester you will deliver four three-minute minimum per person group presentations (4 times 10 points each) and one five-minute minimum solo presentation as a final assignment (worth 30 points). Please come to all classes; You need to be present a minimum of 80 percent of the time to pass the course. Attendance is worth 40 percent of your final grade. If you are absent on a presentation day, you will, of course, lose 10 points and therefore drop a grade. If you are very late or willfully late for class, you will be considered absent.

The topics that we may present about this semester are as follows:

Fashion and Design
Human Rights

Today you will choose the first topic from above.
Kind regards,
Chris Elvin


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Peer feedback

Dear students,
Please provide feedback to your classmates by clicking on the form below. For each student, please write her name in the text box before you write your comments. Any fair constructive comment about the presentation will be fine.

Peer Feedback Form

Kind regards,
Chris Elvin