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How do I choose a topic for my “Theory & Practice” presentation?

Last Updated: Sep 16, 2013  |  14 Views

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Selection of a topic is a recursive process that includes examining theoretical articles and movies.  First, the students should familiarize themselves with theories associated with their topic.  This will involve consulting the textbook and ultimately scholarly articles. Once potential scholarly articles have been identified, the student should review movies looking for a match between a scholarly article and the movie.

This process of going back-and-forth between theories and movies should be repeated until a desired match is achieved.  Please note: it is often practically easier to select movies that have extensive YouTube clips.  However, you are free to choose any movie, so long as the movie clips can be extracted and edited.

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