(Aristotle, Self Love and Aristotle, Three Kinds of Friendship).
Introduce your audience to the main arguments, views and theories.
Defend those views against potential objections.
Provide a thoughtful critique(evaluation) of the merits and shortcomings of said views.
Assume the reader will already be familiar with the general ideas discussed in your chapter(s). Your job as the presenter is to take us beyond that. What are the basic presuppositions undergirding these views? What are the relevant concepts and elements doing the heavy lifting? How do these concepts manifest themselves beyond the particular examples included in the readings? What are their limits? What kinds of philosophical dilemmas do they create? How are they potentially in conflict with other values and priorities? How do these views relate to other forms of love? To what extent are these views to be understood as the parochial musings of the author’s particular situation in time, space and circumstance, rather than as an approximation to some larger and more universal set of truths (or vice versa)? What do these views tell us about the lover? What do they tell us about the beloved? Etc.