Your enrichment proposal is the largest single component of your laboratory grade. Attached below is a very general outline of what should take place during your 20-30 minute presentation. It is similar to what you’ve seen and heard presented earlier in the course.
There are three basic parts – Introduction, Goals, and Predictions/Assessment.
The fourth component, Bibliography, is straightforward and should require no further explanation.
Your professor expects you to use the scientific or peer-reviewed journal literature to support the ideas presented in your seminar. Here's a quick overview of how to identify these journal articles.
If the article is NOT written by the person or group who did the research, it is NOT a peer-reviewed or scientific article. Don't be misled by journal titles like Scientific American or Bioscience. They are great magazines but they don't publish original research.