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Presentation Assignment - Presentation organization

COM201 Presentation Assignment

Select a topic of your choice according to the criteria of topic selection. Narrow down your topic, and make sure it is relevant to your audience (your classmates).

Search about your selected topic to develop your main ideas, sub-ideas, and appropriate supporting materials such as, examples, narratives, analogies etc. Your presentation should contain maximum three main ideas, and 2-3 sub-ideas for each main idea.

Prepare a 5-minute speech following the instructions of presentation organization including: organizational patterns, establishing credibility, and outlining. Your presentation should consist of an introduction, body, conclusion, and a reference list. Those components need to be connected together with transitions and signposts.

For this presentation you are required to:

1) Make an effective visual aid (PowerPoint)

2) Prepare a sentence outline; and

3) Practice the delivery of your presentation

Remember you need to prepare the content of your presentation and pace your speech within the time limit allocated for your presentation.

As an alternative to Major 2:

The PowerPoint and outline should be submitted on Moodle under Outline and PowerPoint, and they are due on Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 at midnight.

Final presentations are assigned on google document, and each student is responsible to be prepared for the day selected for her presentation.

Follow the rubrics for each activity:

Presentation-Outline Rubrics

0 1 2 Score
Is not able to include all the main points and supporting material in the outline Is partly able to include all the main points and supporting material in the outline The outline includes all the main points and supporting material  
Is not able to have each outline part as single idea in the form of complete sentence Is partly able to have each outline part as single idea in the form of complete sentence Each outline part is a single idea in the form of complete sentences  
Is not able to use symbols to signal or show importance Is partly able to use symbols to signal or show importance Outline symbols are used to signal or show importance  
Is not able to use outline margins to signal or show importance Is partly able to use outline margins to signal or show importance The outline margins are able to signal or show importance  
Is not able to use parallel form throughout the outline Partially using parallel form throughout the outline Consistent use of parallel form throughout the outline  
      Total:      /10

Presentation-PowerPoint Rubrics

Criteria                Points 0 1 2 Score
Content: Irrelevant content unsupported by evidence. Content is vague and incomplete in many areas. Logical, informative, relevant & concise. Presents clear research/evidence.  
Organization: Thrown together without any coherent organization. Poor or incomplete organization detracts from the presentation. There is a title slide, outline (overview), introduction, body, conclusion & references. Well linked together.  
Text: Unreadable from a reasonable distance or whole paragraphs on each slide. Swings between readable & unreadable. Disregards, rule of third. Font is easy to read, text is spelt correctly & follows rule of third, except for quotes or definitions  
Slide design: Random designs with poor layout. Visually unpleasant. A mix of good and poor design/layout/harmony. Slide background is suited to topic, layout & spacing is good, clear & appropriate images chosen, and color harmony in each slide  
Following guidelines: Completely plagiarized and/or too few slides. Just under slide limit. Around half the slides cannibalized from another source. Has 7-10 slides, no evidence of clumsy copy & paste from source.  
  TOTAL:   10%  

Presentation-Delivery-Rubrics

Criteria 1 2 3 4 Score
Knowledge Student does not have grasp of information; student cannot answer questions about subject. Student is uncomfortable with information and is able to answer only rudimentary questions. Student is at ease with expected answers to all questions, but fails to elaborate. Student demonstrates full knowledge by answering all class questions with explanations and elaboration.  
Graphics Student does not refer to the visuals and graphics Student occasionally refer to graphics that rarely support text and presentation. Student' refers to graphics and its relates it to text and presentation. Student explains graphics and reinforces screen text and presentation.  
Enunciation   Student mumbles, incorrectly pronounces terms, and speaks too quietly for other students to hear. Student's voice is low. Student incorrectly pronounces terms. Audience members have difficulty hearing presentation. Student's voice is clear. Student pronounces most words correctly. Most audience members can hear presentation. Student uses a clear voice and correct, precise pronunciation of terms so that all audience members can hear and follow presentation.  
Language Presentation has four or more  grammatical errors. Presentation has three grammatical errors. Presentation has no more than two grammatical errors. Presentation has no language errors.  
Verbal Citation Student did not provide citation throughout the presentation. Student provided internal citation in the presentation. Student only provided 2 verbal citation in the presentation. Student verbally cited more than 2 references while presenting.  
Promptness Student was not on-time for the presentation     Student was on-time for the  presentation  
Supporting Materials Hardly used supporting materials Used 1 supporting materials Used some supporting materials Used various supporting materials including examples, narratives, surveys, testimony, statistics, analogies, explanations, and definitions.  
Time   Beg. _____   End.  _____ Student presented for max 2 minutes Student presented significantly below 4 minutes   or over  6 minuets Student presented just below or over the time required for the presentation. Student presented the time required for the presentation.  
        Total Score  
        Score out of 8  

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