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English Language - Panel Presentation, Speech / Presentation
For this assignment, make the argument that there are three lessons that a historical or current political leader needs to learn from the authors we have read in DJC 200. Each of your three points must include at least one reference from the following DJC 200 authors: Hammurabi, Lao Tze, Confucius, Plato, Machiavelli, Locke, Marx, Hayek, Luther, or Gandhi. Sources should also include applicable examples and citations to show the need for the lesson.
Each main point should:
Establish the bad or lacking actions of the political leader.
State a relevant lesson from one of the DJC 200 authors.
Explain how the lesson would improve the actions or character of the political leader.
The panel presentation is an individual grade. Students will present as a panel if multiple members of the class pick the same society of focus.
The Formal OutlinePreview the document must be submitted to Canvas before presenting.
In the panel presentation, students are grouped by common theme at instructor’s discretion. Each student will prepare individually with consideration of the overall panel topic. The instructor may assign the topic or the students may determine the topic on their own. However, the topic of the panel should be a common thread between all of the panel participant’s research topics.
Both the presenter and the audience should be knowledgeable enough to ask and answer intelligently on the subject. The basic speech structure, proper outlining, verbal and nonverbal devices, and visual guidelines remain the same as the persuasive speech. Each student presentation is 5-6 minutes. Students submit the formal outline to Canvas for grading and university assessment with the DOL Oral Communication Grading Rubric.
Because I am asking you to apply lessons from authors we have not yet read, here are the ideas from the authors so you can see who you want to use for your main point lessons. I am happy to help find particular ideas and quotations during my office hours.
Importance of the "rule of law," meaning the law applies to everyone.
Equality of having access to knowing what the laws are.
Lack of individuality in culture, playing your part in society.
Sometimes the best action is inaction.
The importance of ritual and tradition.
The golden rule: do to others as you would like done to you.
Trying to define justice and ordering society to be as just as possible.
Rulers should be philosophers and philosophers should be rulers.
Being a good ruler sometimes means not being a good person.
If you must choose, better to have the fear of your people than their love.
Some rights of the people are not given by the government but by their God and therefore government has no right to violate those rights.
Society exists because the people all agree to allow government to be in charge, but the people could choose to take that right away.
Capitalism has made people horrible to each other.
Communism would free people from this curse and restore humanity to a peaceful brotherhood.
Capitalism is what offers people real freedom.
Governments making lots of laws and growing in size is what limits freedoms.
Protest of the people is now possible because we can spread ideas through the spoken and written word.
Peaceful protest is possible and can be effective at bringing about change.
Sometimes the people have no other recourse against a corrupted government but to use violent revolt.
For this assignment, make the argument that there are three lessons that a historical or current political leader needs to learn from the authors we have read in DJC 200. Each of your three points must include at least one reference from the following DJC 200 authors: Hammurabi, Lao Tze, Confucius, Plato, Machiavelli, Locke, Marx, Hayek, Luther, or Gandhi.