Presentation Criteria Open Dismiss
This is an oral presentation, supported by PowerPoint slides (or whatever software you want to use).
Number of slides is irrelevant as long as you can present efficiently and within the time period.
As an example, a typical presentation has 1 slide/mn.
Time = 8-10 mn.
Your last slide should list your references and include at least 3 academic citations (from peer-reviewed journal or scientific books).
Topic: Different types of injuries of skull and healing process.
Option 1: As a group, choose a topic in forensic anthropology. Examples of topic are any lecture or chapter in your manual. From the topic, find forensic anthropology cases in the literature that illustrate your topic. Present the cases to illustrate how your topic is relevant to Forensic Anthropology.
You will still be required to find 3 academic references to support/illustrate your presentation, such as similar cases or specific articles on the forensic anthropology methods used to solve the case.
For both options, case presentation should clearly outline the forensic anthropology methods used to investigate and analyze the case.