In Project Two, you will use the research investigation you wrote for Project One to create a presentation that explains how social scientific thinking has affected you and discusses the impact of your selected issue on your audience. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: I. Provide a brief overview of the social scientific background of your issue and research question. How is the issue situated within the social sciences? II. Explain how the issue impacts the audience. In other words, how is the issue relevant to members of the audience? Why should the audience care about the response to your question or the outcome of your investigation? Support your response with specific examples from your research investigation. III. Describe the evidence you have to support your conclusions about the impact of the issue on you personally and on your audience. Support your response with specific examples from your research investigation. IV. Explain why this issue is important to you personally. In other words, why did you select this issue to investigate? 2 V. Illustrate how your investigation of the issue impacted the way you thought about the issue. In other words, how did thinking like a scientist to research and develop a question affect what you thought about the issue you selected? How did social scientific thinking change the lens through which you viewed the issue? Support your response with specific examples from your research investigation. VI. Explain why using evidence-supported research can give you both a personal and professional advantage. In other words, what is the value of supporting your work with evidence? 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 social science knowledge or lack thereof, and what is specifically important to the audience. Project Two Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your presentation should have approximately 5–7 slides and use Prezi, PowerPoint, or a comparable presentation tool. Make sure that you include speaker notes so that your instructor knows what you would say if you were to actually give the presentation. Note: If using Prezi, be sure to include a Word document with notes. If using PowerPoint, be sure to include speaker notes.