The presentation should introduce the main arguments of the text and briefly explain the historical background.

 The presentation should introduce  the  main  arguments  of  the  text  and  briefly  explain  the  historical  background.  The  length  of  the presentation should be approx. 1 pageof text. Presenters will then also be responsible for facilitating the class discourse by being the experts on the text. Whether you are presenting or not, everybody is required to read all the texts, unless they are marked as additional. You may upload texts as separate documents, or post in the forum. Mark it as “Text Presentation”.

Additional Guidelines:

-You are the expert on the text. You can assume everyone else has read the text as well (they should). Nevertheless, recap the major arguments of the text.

-None of the texts holds absolute truth. All of them are written from a specific point of view, with which you may agree or disagree. If you voice any such judgment, you need to provide reasons.

Neurodiversity:

8.16        Armstrong, Thomas. “The Myth of the Normal Brain: Embracing Neurodiversity.” AMA Journal of Ethics 17:4 (April 2015): 348-352.

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