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Reflection Paper

Open Posted By: surajrudrajnv33 Date: 18/10/2020 High School Case Study Writing

Due Oct 20 anytime

Category: Mathematics & Physics Subjects: Mathematics Deadline: 12 Hours Budget: $100 - $150 Pages: 2-3 Pages (Short Assignment)

Attachment 1

Instruction of Presentation.docx

Presentation #1

Exercise 6a

In this exercise, you will demonstrate your awareness of and proficiency in the critical elements of both structure / content and channel / technique / delivery.

What topic should I select?

The topic itself is less significant than our understanding and practice in the best way to deliver a professional-quality presentation, but please select something that is:

1) serious (e.g., how to navigate the NYC subways, how to best invest when you have only $1000, how to perform a full-body workout in less than 20 minutes, how to meditate, the impact of reality television = all good areas… but, how to make a peanut and butter sandwich, or why The Wizard of Oz is the greatest movie of all time = not good options;

2) conducive to demonstrating your ability to share both qualitative and quantitative information (i.e., per demonstration of varying styles of PowerPoint views);

3) audience centered (i.e., why will the audience care… will it laugh, or cry, or learn, or grow, or feel inspired, or think, or…).

Please note that we are aware that you deliver presentations in other classes (current and past) and that you should not present that which was done in another class; to do so is a serious violation of academic integrity and will be addressed as such.

How long is my presentation?

The time expectation is 3:00 minutes. You may be 20 seconds either way and will be asked (politely, but asked nonetheless) to stop at 3:20. As we discussed in class, the ability to decide what info is best delivered to what audience in what time slot – be it 2 minutes or 2 hours – is an important skill for any professional person. Remember, the only way to really know the length of your presentation is to rehearse it “real time” a variety of time and to be within a 20-second window each time.

What are requirements for inclusion in the actual presentation?

You will discuss the actual assessment rubric during class; it is only fair that you know in advance around which specific criteria you will be judged! On a broader scale, be sure to make conscious decisions around:

PRESENTATION INTRODUCTION: Introduce yourself (PowerPoint view optional) and then be sure to include attention getter and thesis statement. (It is often appropriate to preview, as well, though it is less necessary in a presentation of this short length.)

BODY: Consider our discussions and readings on organization, statistics (context and source), transitions (meaningful versus neutral signposts), and stories/examples. Please include at least 3 (not including optional slide introducing yourself) and no more than 5 PowerPoint views and be certain to demonstrate the appropriate use of at least 2 different styles (per our class discussions and reading). Remember that visual aides are there to SUPPORT your delivery, not to overshadow, dominate, or replace it!

PRESENTATION CONCLUSION: Be sure to signal the end is coming, to re-state thesis, and to include memory device/attention getter.

Be sure to deliver!

We have emphasized through discussions and activities that it is not just what you say, but how you say it… that the majority of the meaning received comes not from the definitions of the words, but from how you deliver them! Thus, optimize your use of eye contact, of voice, of gestures/movements… and (again) create PowerPoints that are effective, professional, meaningful, and appropriate to the information being conveyed. (As mentioned, please review your readings for connecting the appropriate PowerPoint view to the information set you hope to share.)

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Presentation #2.pptx

Classical Music: Challenges and Benefits

By Shihao sun

UNI: SS6226

Agenda

Reasons for choosing this topic, own experience of Classical music

Violin

About a road trip(Not conducive to mobilizing emotions)

Problems and dilemma facing classical music

Address purpose statement: to embrace classical music

Data analysis

In conclusion

Benefits of classic music

Personal ideas for Solution

Reference: Creech et al. "Investigating musical performance: commonality and diversity among classical and non-classical musicians." Music education research 10 (2), (2008): 215-234.

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Music Consumption in the United States by Genre-2018 and the Problems Affecting Classical Music

Problems and Dilemma Facing Classical Music

Classical Music as outdated and Old-fashioned

Challenges

Lack of awareness

Lack of public discussion

Lack of enthusiasm among the young generation

Understanding classical music requires more learning costs

Popular Music is a Big Business Compared to Classical Music

Market Shares for Different Music Genres in the U.S.

Reference: Kramer, Lawrence. Why Classical Music Still Matters. Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2007.

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Share of music consumption in the U.S. in 2018 by genre

Sales Hip-Hop-21.7% Pop-20.1% Rock-14% R & B-10.6% Latin-9.4% Country-8.7% EDM-3.9% Religeous-3.2% Stage and screen-2.7% World-1.5% Jazz-1.1% Reggae-1% Classical-1% Children's-0.6% New Age-0.5% 21.7 20.100000000000001 14 10.6 9.4 8.6999999999999993 3.9 3.2 2.7 1.5 1.1000000000000001 1 1 0.6 0.5

Classical Music: Market Share of Album Sales in the United Kingdom

Reference: Creech et al. "Investigating musical performance: commonality and diversity among classical and non-classical musicians." Music education research 10 (2), (2008): 215-234.

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Classical music share of total album sales in the UK from 2010-2016

Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 3.5 3.3 3.7 3.2 3.2 3.3 3.1 Column1 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Column2 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Percentage Album Sales

Benefits of Classical

Improve cognitive abilities

A bridge between the past and present, historical wealth

Nostalgic effect

Benefits to our well being and mental health

Personal ideas for Solutions

Based on interest, get in touch musical instruments earlier

Motivate a passion for learning Classical, don’t force

Be mixed with popular music arrangements

A combination with modern aesthetic

Conclusion

Thanks for Listening

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Presentation 1.pptx

Classical Music: Challenges and Benefits

By Shihao sun

UNI: SS6226

Agenda

Reasons for choosing this topic: own experience of Classical music

Violin

About a road trip(Not conducive to mobilizing emotions)

Problems and dilemma facing classical music

Address purpose statement: to embrace classical music

Data analysis

In conclusion

Benefits of classic music

Personal ideas for Solution

Reference: Creech et al. "Investigating musical performance: commonality and diversity among classical and non-classical musicians." Music education research 10 (2), (2008): 215-234.

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Music Consumption in the United States by Genre-2018 and the Problems Affecting Classical Music

Problems and Dilemma Facing Classical Music

Classical Music as outdated and Old-fashioned

Challenges

lack of awareness

lack of public discussion

lack of enthusiasm among the young generation

Understanding classical music requires more learning costs

Popular Music is a Big Business Compared to Classical Music

Market Shares for Different Music Genres in the U.S.

Reference: Kramer, Lawrence. Why Classical Music Still Matters. Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2007.

3

Share of music consumption in the U.S. in 2018 by genre

Sales Hip-Hop-21.7% Pop-20.1% Rock-14% R & B-10.6% Latin-9.4% Country-8.7% EDM-3.9% Religeous-3.2% Stage and screen-2.7% World-1.5% Jazz-1.1% Reggae-1% Classical-1% Children's-0.6% New Age-0.5% 21.7 20.100000000000001 14 10.6 9.4 8.6999999999999993 3.9 3.2 2.7 1.5 1.1000000000000001 1 1 0.6 0.5

Classical Music: Market Share of Album Sales in the United Kingdom

Reference: Creech et al. "Investigating musical performance: commonality and diversity among classical and non-classical musicians." Music education research 10 (2), (2008): 215-234.

4

Classical music share of total album sales in the UK from 2010-2016

Years 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 3.5 3.3 3.7 3.2 3.2 3.3 3.1 Column1 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Column2 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Percentage Album Sales

Benefits of Classical

Classical music has been scientifically proven to have benefits to our well being and mental health

Improve cognitive abilities

A bridge between the past and present, historical wealth

Nostalgic effect

Benefits to our well being and mental health

Personal ideas for Solutions

Based on interest, encourage children get in touch musical instruments earlier

Motivate a passion for learning Classical, don’t force

Classical music should not only exist in the concert hall, but also be mixed with popular music arrangements

A combination with modern aesthetic

Conclusion

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