Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. Provide a brief overview of your artifacts, theme, and thesis statement. How are they situated within the domain of the humanities?
II. Explain how the theme, as it is expressed in the cultural artifacts, and thesis statement impact the audience. In other words, how is the theme relevant
to members of the audience? Why should the audience care about your thesis statement? Support your response with specific examples from your
III. Describe the evidence from subjective and objective cultural analyses that you have to support your conclusions about the impact of the theme and
cultural artifacts on you personally and on your audience. Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document.
IV. Explain why the theme and cultural artifacts are important to you personally. In other words, why did you select these artifacts to study? Why did you
select your theme, especially if there are other themes that could apply?
V. Explain how studying the humanities can give you both a personal and professional advantage. In other words, what is the benefit of studying the
VI. Explain why the humanities are important to society. In other words, what do the humanities tell us about our own culture and experiences? How do
the humanities impact us? Support your response with specific examples from your exploration document and your own personal and professional
VII. Communicate your message in a way that is tailored to your specific audience. For instance, you could consider your vocabulary, your audience’s
potential current humanities knowledge or lack thereof, and what is specifically important to the audience.
Guidelines for Submission: You will upload the PowerPoint file of your presentation draft that you downloaded from Soomo to the course submission link for
instructor grading and feedback. Please see the feedback provided by your instructor in your SNHU course. Your presentation should have approximately 5 to 7
slides that include speaker notes. Use current APA style guidelines (or another format approved by your instructor) for any potential references you would want
to include in your notes for the presentation.