University of California Los Angeles Covid Relief Fund Presentation

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prepare a presentation and ppt slides for 5-7 minutes speaking presentation (my part)
For this project you will be asked to analyze a current policy proposal. It must be an economic policy (no social issues). If you choose a policy debate that has many variations (for example different implementations of Medicare for All), you can either focus on one specific formulation of the policy or focus more broadly on the different proposals (keeping in mind that the presentation is relatively short). Presentation is due 3/17 by 11:59pm. Presentation: You and your group members need to design a 15-20 minute presentation and present using Zoom (or in person). The presentation should (not necessarily in this order) 1. Provide an overview of the policy – what would it do and what are its goals? What problems does it try to solve? 2. Discuss the main arguments for and against the policy.  
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For this project you will be asked to analyze a current policy proposal. It must be an economic
policy (no social issues). If you choose a policy debate that has many variations (for example
different implementations of Medicare for All), you can either focus on one specific formulation
of the policy or focus more broadly on the different proposals (keeping in mind that the
presentation is relatively short). Presentation is due 3/17 by 11:59pm.
Presentation: You and your group members need to design a 15-20 minute presentation and
present using Zoom (or in person). The presentation should (not necessarily in this order)
1. Provide an overview of the policy – what would it do and what are its goals? What problems
does it try to solve?
2. Discuss the main arguments for and against the policy. Note that this does not mean just
listing the costs and benefits, but giving an argument for why the benefits outweigh the
costs and vice versa
3. Connect the debate surrounding the proposal to historical or theoretical debates we have
talked about in class
Guidelines
1. 15-20 minutes is not a long time. If needed, narrow down your discussion such that is
feasible to explain in this time period. For example, rather than the Green New Deal as a
whole, it might make more sense to choose a specific area within that broad plan.
2. Each person in your group must talk during the presentation, but it is up to you to decide
how to allocate the time.
3. You will be graded both on the content of your slides as well as their appearance. Your
presentation slides should have a consistent theming and be organized to present material
in an efficient way. You should make use of both words and images/graphs/other visuals
4. I understand that not everyone is a natural presenter, but it should be clear that you have
planned what you want to say and aren’t entirely winging it as you go. You do not have to
be the most engaging or entertaining speaker, but you need to be prepared. Do not read
directly from a script (it is usually obvious if you are).
5. Part of your grade will come from the evaluation of your group members. If your other
group members felt you did not contribute, it will affect your grade.
6. Another part of your grade will come from commenting on other groups. You will have to
watch and answer some questions on 2 other groups’ presentations. These will be due 2
days after the presentation due date.
7. Grading will be based on the following components
Total – 200 Points
50 points – Your presentation clearly lays out the policy proposal and gives an overview of the
problems it is trying to solve and its potential economic effects.
50 points – Your presentation gives a balanced analysis of the arguments on both sides of the
issue. Policies should be evaluated on their economic effects, not political feasibility. When it
makes sense to do so, debate is connected to historical events talked about in class.
30 points – Presentation looks nice, is well organized, and effectively uses both words and
visual tools (graphs, tables, images, etc.)
30 points – Speaking is clear and presenters appear to know what they want to say without
obviously reading from a script
20 points – The evaluation of your work on the project from your group members
20 points – Your comments for other groups

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