5-7 minute speech for the Giridharadas’ view on do-gooders. Your target audience is first-year business students.
This assignment assesses your ability to listen critically and effectively summarize main points, to structure a presentation logically, and to communicate orally using appropriate vocabulary and correct grammar. Assignment Prompt: Listen to the podcast called “How elite do-gooders ‘fixing’ the world are part of the problem”. This discussion is between the author, Anand Giridharadas; and CBC host, Nahlah Ayed. You may listen to the segment as many times as you would like to gain understanding. Using information gleaned from the episode, create a 5-7-minute presentation on Giridharadas’ view on do-gooders. Your target audience is first-year business students. Review resources on effective business presentations and summarizing posted on our course shell for guidelines. Click here for the recording https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1689092675748 Click here for information on the author. How elite do-gooders ‘fixing’ the world are part of the problem: Anand Giridharadas | CBC.ca www.cbc.ca Should the world’s problems be solved by unelected elites? Surely these are decisions we all need to be part of. Anand Giridharadas argues if we don’t trust the institutions we have for fixing the world, then it’s time to build better institutions — from the bottom up. *Originally aired on January 27, 2020