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Topics for Presentation

Possible topics for explaining a process: (Second Presentation Test)

  • How to be a successful student (in physics, engineering, chemistry, languages, etc.)
  • How to do an experiment (in your field)
  • How to solve a problem (in your field—math of course, but not necessarily math)
  • How to troubleshoot a problem with a computer program (used in your field)
  • Art: Art criticism, Methodology, Art interpretation, Coloring, Priming, Composition (as a process), Color harmony, Glazing, Sketch, Varnish, Multimedia, Chiaroscuro
  • Biology: photosynthesis, anaerobic oxidation, fertilization, meiosis, mitosis, transcription, translation, respiration
  • Business administration: franchising, organizational development, staffing, auditing, planning
  • Chemistry: oxidation, various reactions, exothermic reaction, dissolution, evaporation, freezing, melting
  • Communication studies: interviewing, feedback
  • Computer Science: historical development of computers, program development
  • Economics: recession, consumption, business cycle, constant returns to scale, depression, investment
  • English: peer feedback, persuade, argue, writing a term paper
  • Electrical engineering: telecommunications, design of systems
  • Food and nutrition: absorption, transport, aerobic metabolism, energy balance, hydrogenation
  • Geosciences: pyroclastic blast, soil formation, mechanical weathering processes, chemical weathering processes, rock formation, surveying, glaciation, volcano formation, tectonic shift
  • History: cultural development, emergence of states, The Reformation, technological development, revisionism, periodization
  • Hospitality: guest cycle process, night audit process, reservation process, occupancy, revenue management, developing a restaurant menu, marketing
  • Human development and family studies: negotiating, stages of adolescence, launching, communication, development
  • Industrial engineering: discrete compounding, obsolescence, expectation variance, break-even analysis
  • ISQS: activation, Java development tool
  • Landscape architecture: transformation, creating tension, creation proportion, creating scale
  • Languages: opening or closing a conversation, writing a paragraph, how to create a communicative task, giving feedback on a spoken or written performance, how to teach a set of vocabulary, how to use a short text (story, poem, song) in a lesson, simultaneous interpretation, translation
  • Management: planning, organizing, motivating, controlling
  • Marriage and family therapy: stress management, child socialization, utilizing feedback, goal setting, decision makingMath: exponential growth
  • Mechanical engineering: design process, energy absorption, metal forming, conservation of energy, structural failure
  • Music: composition, improvisation, orchestration
  • Pathology: hemolysis, biopsy, cytogenetic studies
  • Philosophy: justification, argument, creating a premise, extension
  • Physics: entropy, metastable state, length contraction, gravitational force, centrifugal force, resonance, elasticity, air resistance, mass density, conservation of energy, nuclear fission, nuclear fusion
  • Political Science: systems analysis, endorsement, polling, economic mobility, globalization, formation of laws state formation
  • Psychology: Piaget's cognitive development, attachment theory, Kohlberg's theory of moral development, physical and cognitive changes in aging
  • Theater and dance: technical rehearsal, blocking, improvisation, run-through

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