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Like or Dislike Facebook

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1. Group Research : Your group members should stand on the one side of the pros and cons. Based on the opinion of your group, your group members has to find sources and information which support your opinion. Your group can refer to below sources which are related to the issues of using Facebook. These sources contain several useful information. Your group must find at least three different kinds of sources in your research. Your sources can be from web, television, books, magazines, articles, etc. 

2. Group Presentation : By using the sources which your group found, your group has to make a 10-15 minute presentation to the class about their opinion of using Facebook. Group presentation should be proceeded in the form of using Microsoft Powerpoint or Prezi. In the presentation, each group has to present sufficient sources and informations, as well as their opinon about using Facebook clearly. Each group members should have their own part in the presentation. In addition, in the presentation, each group will suggest at least two questions about the issues of Facebook to the whole class. These question will be discussion-starter for the class.

3. Class discussion : Related to the question which is suggested in the group presentation, whole students in the class will participate in the class discussion. Regarding to the question, any student in the class can discuss their opinion freely. Teacher should lead the class to discuss about the question.

4. Summary Paper : Each group should turn in summary of their opinion about pros and cons of using Facebook. Your paper should be constructed as an argument, meaning your group need to take position on the pros or cons of using Facebook clearly. Also, it should contain not only opinion of your group, but sufficient evidences and sources related to the opinion. This paper will be three pages, follow the MLA standard format.

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