In Module 7, students will begin to develop presentations of their group findings. They will learn how to tailor their claims and evidence to an audience of their peers. The module will follow a 3-step process culminating with students doing a practice run of their 8–10-minute presentation and oral defense. Each document below is available to download as a Word document or PDF.
Module 7 Introduction
This document provides suggested time, content, assessments, and essential questions to be used in Module 7 so that you can gauge how to organize class sessions with your students.
Module 7.1 Collaborative Statements: Introducing the Presentations of Tasks 1 & 2
This document gives general instructions on the prep work students will do for their Task 1 group presentation.
Module 7.1 Preparation: Collaborative Statement Outline
In this document, you will find instructions on an activity for the first step in the Module 7 process, the collaborative statement outline.
Module 7.2 Audience-Centered Design
This document provides an overview of this module section, where students will build upon their argument outlines and create a slide deck tailored for an audience of their peers.
Module 7.2 Preparation: Audience-Centered Presentation Slides
In this document, you will find instructions on an activity for the second step in the Module 7 process, audience-centered presentation slides.
Module 7.3 Oral Defense Preparation
This document provides an overview of this module section, where students will practice the oral defense questions provided by The College Board.
Module 7.3 Preparation: Oral Defense Responses
In this document, you will find instructions on an activity for the third step in the Module 7 process, oral defense preparation.
Module 7 Final Assessment
This document outlines how to set up the final assessment for Module 7, where students will practice their presentation and oral defense.