Form project groups of three or four persons each, within the existing
exercise/mentor groups. In each project group, work out a joint presentation
for approximately 10 minutes to be delivered in the first (or early second)
period 1, in front of your own and two or three other mentor groups.
The content of the presentation is left open, but should of course connect to
the material met in the introductory mathematics course. You may choose to
present findings from some of the miniprojects proposed, or something else
that you find interesting.
You may also consider more than one of the suggested projects if you like.
Consult your (present and future) mentors, first to get their approval of your
choice of subject and project plans, then of your (detailed) outline of the
presentation. Prepare OH-slides so that you can deliver a nice, smooth, clean
and instructive presentation with contributions from all group members.
Finally, expect/demand extensive feedback on your presentation from your
mentor and audience.
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