Once you have selected a literary work, you will need to select two non-literary works from separate disciplines that share the same theme as the literary work you
have selected. Your presentation will show how all three works connect to the theme that you have chosen, and how that theme relates to a profession within your field
of study at WGU. The two nonliterary works you select must come from the following disciplines: two-dimensional visual art (e.g., painting, photography, printmaking,),
music or film (feature films, documentaries). You should choose works that appeal to you personally, are striking to you in some way, and/or evoke a strong response in
you. In the presentation, you will show how exploration of the themes of these works can enhance performance in your profession and deepen your understanding of the
Note: Your multimedia presentation should contain 25 to 30 slides. This is not a conventional PowerPoint presentation. You may find that the majority of your slides
are most effectively presented in paragraph form, with some utilizing the more traditional bullet point format. You are encouraged to use first person narrative (“I”
statements) where appropriate. Your presentation should be self contained and all information should be on the slides (do not use speaker notes). Arrange slides in a
way that creates cohesion and flow and use images to accentuate and substantiate points.
Note: This presentation should demonstrate the depth of the analysis and reflection that you have done. Your challenge will be to communicate your points through a
series of clear, focused, and concise slides that represent your knowledge and convey your unique analytical points and insights.
Select ONE work of literature from the following list (works are available online).