There are four events on the outline attached below
choose one of the events from the outline and do a presentation for 8-10 slides
Please note that you are to choose ONE of the four topics that are listed. Do NOT do a presentation including all of them.
Each slide has to have a title about what the information on the slide involves
Notes at the bottom of the slide have to be included as well. (The notes will be what has to be said in the presentation)
Please do not make the slides to wordy and follow the 6×6 rule as much as possible.
ALL of the references used must be attached on the last slide IN APA FORMAT
PLEASE USE SIMPLE GRAMMAR AS MY FIRST LANGUAGE IS NOT ENGLISH
The instructions are as stated below:
You are to watch torts in action in sports and give an oral presentation on your findings. Go to a professional sports event or a University sports event. Find FOUR potential tort issues that you see.
Next, complete a formal outline of your oral presentation. Your formal outline must include, for each potential tort, an explanation of (1) facts and the potential injury which may occur and the specific tort which may be involved, (2) legal elements of that tort, and (3) application of those elements to the facts; (4) your potential questioning of the validity of legal defenses to that tort actions.
For example, you may notice water puddling in the bathroom. Explain how a fan could slip, fall and be injured. Note that injury could trigger negligence. Specify the four elements of negligence and specifically apply the elements of the tort to the facts. Complete the analysis by examining potential defenses to the tort of negligence and why that, in your opinion, would not apply. Submit that formal outline to the professor.
In class, you will present your findings in an oral presentation. Start by completing a speaking outline for your presentation based on your findings and your formal outline. Again, a copy of this is in the iTunes U book for this course.
Finally, make an oral, in-class presentation of 8-10 minutes, using 8-10 PowerPoint or Prezi slides. You shall be graded according to the Dialogues of Learning Oral Communication Grading Rubric, attached.