Prepare a presentation on one of the following topics,
1) The Sun.
3) The Terrestrial planets.
4) The Moon.
5) The Earth-Moon System.
6) Asteroids.
7) The Jovian Planets.
8) The Dwarf Planets.
9) Moons of the Solar System.
10) Meteorits.
11) Transneptunian objects (Kuiper belt, scattered disk & Oort cloud)
12) comets.
13) NEOs
14) Extraterrestrial life in the Solar System.
15) Solar System Exploration.
Here is guidance for your presentation.
Select your topic. Each student must obtain approval of the presentation topic.
Microsoft Powerpoint is an excellent tool for preparing the presentation, and the notes option provides a convenient place to type in the words you would have spoken to the class if we were all assembled in a traditional classroom setting. I you don not have access to this application, you can download (for free) OpenOffice.org and use “Impress”.
Instead of counting slides, plan your presentation to last about 30 minutes if it could be presented to your classmates in a brick-and-mortar classroom.
Identify your sources of information, either the bibliographical citation or the website, on the last slide of the presentation.
So the student presentation is not a formal research paper. It is intended to share information and images that you found particularly interesting or exciting.
Email the instructor if you have any other specific questions.
Rubric
* The topic is included in the list and was properly approved by the instructor. (10%)
* The appropriate content in consideration is covered in depth without being redundant. (30%)
* Media, such as graphics, audio, video, effectively communicates and contributes significantly to the intended meaning of the content.(30%)
*  Project honors all rules of spelling and/or grammar. (10%)

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