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In this assignment, you will apply what you have learned and discovered about creating and delivering effective presentations to create your own voice over presentation using PowerPoint or other presentation software

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In this assignment, you will apply what you have learned and discovered about creating and delivering effective presentations to create your own voice over presentation using PowerPoint or other presentation software.  In addition, you will apply the feedback from the Module 9 peer support forum.

The purpose is to provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate how well you can convey a message using first an outline of your presentation to classmates (Module 9), and then your actual oral and written (e.g., PowerPoint) presentation to your instructor (Module 10).

The topic of your presentation is your choice. You can make it fun (e.g., weighing pros and cons of one cat versus two cats in a household, dogs versus goldfish as pets, training for a triathlon, comedy versus opera for leisure, promoting a favorite vacation destination, etc.), professionally focused (e.g., presenting a departmental staffing report, recruitment plan for inclusive hiring, etc.), health focused (e.g., establishing an organization as LGBTQ friendly, interacting with someone from a particular culture in a health/wellness visit, strategic planning, etc.), or educationally focused (e.g., methods to study for exams, organizing study time, reducing test anxiety, etc.).

Completed in Module 9 - Outline Due:

Before you begin the actual presentation development you are to create an outline of your presentation that describes your topic and the key points you plan to cover.  The outline should include all of the components that would be included in your presentation and enough details for someone to understand what your presentation will be about and describe it clearly.  This outline should be developed early in Module 9 and then be shared no later than Thursday with your classmates in the M9P1 Peer Support Forum for helpful feedback.   Once you post your outline for peer support comments you are also to identify at least classmate who you will offer peer support comments to.  

Module 10 - Presentation Due

Hints for a successful written/oral presentation:

  • Incorporate any peer support feedback from your outline into your presentation to ensure it is clear and well organized.
  • Your presentation should be 5-10 minutes.
  • You may use any design or template as well as visuals in your presentation software, but remember these will need to be relevant, copyright free, and appropriate to a diverse audience. All images must be cited. View the EC Library APA Tip Sheet: Multimedia (Links to an external site.) for assistance. 
  • Focus on the 3 steps for a presentation: 1) Tell the audience what you are going to tell them, 2) Tell them, and then 3) Tell them what you told them.  Note that your introduction should highlight what will be covered, while the closing should provide an overview of your key points and any “action” steps you may want to persuade them to take.
  • You will need to submit the written slides with the oral voice over. You can do both in PowerPoint or you can use another program to record your oral presentation.
  • Take time to engage in the writing process. Leave time to revise and to rehearse your voice-over before you record.

Your presentation, at a minimum, should include the following:

  • Title slide (with name of presentation, your name, credentials, and date).
  • Intro/agenda/overview slide that describes what you are going to present and who your intended audience is.
  • Content slides (include a sufficient number to capture all your content but stay within the 5- to 10-minute timeframe).
  • Conclusion slide that summarizes your presentation and key points.
  • Reference slide if you have information that needed to be cited.

Software and technology to use for your presentation:

Once you have written your Power Point presentation, record your presentation and submit your narrated presentation as an attachment in the Assignment submission box at the end of Module 10.

For those assignments that are not written essays and require uploading images or PowerPoint slides, please follow uploading guidelines provided by your instructor.

Check your work and correct any spelling or grammatical errors. When you are ready to submit your work, click “Upload Submission.”  Enter the submission title and then click on “Select a file to upload.” Browse your computer, and select your file. Click “Open” and verify the correct file name has appeared next to Submission File. Click on “Continue.”  Confirm submission is correct and then click on “Accept Submission & Save.”

 

Evaluation

This assignment will be graded using the HSC310 M10A1 Voice-Over Presentation Rubric located on the Course Rubrics page within the Start Here module of this course. Please review this rubric prior to beginning your work. This assignment is worth 10% of your final course grade.

 

Completion of this assignment assesses the following outcomes:

  • CO4: Develop professional written and oral presentations.
  • CO5: Produce various forms of professional communication including e­mails, memos, executive summaries, and reports for diverse audiences.

Rubric

HSC310 Voice-Over Presentation Rubric

HSC310 Voice-Over Presentation Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAudience

5.0 pts

A: The intended audience is clearly identified at the beginning of the presentation.

4.0 pts

B: Intended audience is identified; may not be clear at the beginning of the presentation.

3.0 pts

C: Intended audience can be inferred, but is not explicitly identified.

2.0 pts

D: Intended audience is unclear.

1.0 pts

F: Audience is not identified.

0.0 pts

0: No presentation submitted.

5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEffective Content Development

30.0 pts

A: The content is written clearly and concisely with a logical progression of ideas and supporting information. Uses appropriate, relevant, and compelling content to illustrate mastery of the topic.

26.0 pts

B: Uses appropriate, relevant, and compelling content to explore ideas within topic and help shape the presentation.

23.0 pts

C: Uses appropriate and relevant content to develop ideas relative to topic and help shape most of the presentation. Some points require further development.

20.0 pts

D: Uses appropriate and relevant content to develop ideas relative to topic; however, ideas are oversimplified. Major details require further development or clarification.

16.0 pts

F: The content throughout the presentation is unclear, off topic and does not respond to the directives.

0.0 pts

0: No presentation submitted.

30.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWritten Organization

20.0 pts

A: The content is written clearly and concisely with a logical progression of ideas and supporting information. Includes an introduction slide with compelling questions to draw in the audience and a conclusion slide that synthesizes the main points of the presentation.

18.0 pts

B: The content is written with a logical progression of ideas and supporting information. Includes an introduction slide that relates to the topic and a conclusion slide that supports main points of presentation. Several areas may require further development in terms of order of ideas or succinctness.

17.0 pts

C: The content is written with a general progression of ideas and supporting information; some areas are lacking in logical progression and supporting information. Provides a general introduction and conclusion slide to support the presentation; may be overly detailed or incomplete.

16.0 pts

D: The content lacks a clear progression of ideas and supporting information in multiple areas. Provides a basic introduction and conclusion slide that minimally supports the content of presentation. May be unclear, overly detailed, or incomplete.

15.0 pts

F: Content does not have a clear progression of ideas lacks logical flow and ideas are not fully formed. Introduction and/or conclusion slide is missing, unclear, or incomplete.

0.0 pts

0: No presentation submitted.

20.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeVisual Presentation

15.0 pts

A: Layout is visually pleasing and contributes to overall message with appropriate use of headings, subheadings, white space. Graphics, sound, and animation aid in presenting an overall theme and effectively enhance understanding of concept, ideas, & relationships.

13.0 pts

B: Layout uses white space appropriately. The graphics, sound and animation enhance understanding of the information.

11.0 pts

C: Layout shows some structure, but has large gaps of white space OR insufficient white space... Some graphics, sounds, and animations do not enhance understanding of the information.

10.0 pts

D: Layout needs more structure; does not use spacing, headings and subheadings to enhance readability. Graphics detract from the content and understanding of the information.

8.0 pts

F: Layout has no discernable pattern. No graphics, sounds and/or animations are used.

0.0 pts

0: No presentation submitted.

15.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAudio Presentation

15.0 pts

A: Presentation is spoken at an appropriate rate/volume in an engaging tone. Stays within the allotted timeframe. Little of the presentation is read verbatim from slides.

13.0 pts

B: Presentation is spoken at an appropriate rate and volume for most of the time. May exceed or go under the allotted timeframe by 1 minute.

11.0 pts

C: Presentation is spoken at an appropriate rate and volume some of the time. Delivery goes over/under the allotted timeframe by 2-3 minutes.

10.0 pts

D: Presentation is spoken at an inappropriate volume/rate (too fast/ slow,) in monotone or un-engaging tone. Voice-over is not rehearsed and is over/under allotted time frame by over 3 minutes.

8.0 pts

F: Voice-over is spoken at an inappropriate rate or volume in over half of the slides. Audio quality is very difficult to hear and understand.

0.0 pts

0: No Voice-over provided.

15.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSyntax, Mechanics, & APA formatting

15.0 pts

A: Clearly and consistently uses proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Clearly and consistently uses proper APA formatting as needed in presentation.

13.0 pts

B: Uses proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation. There are a few minor errors; however, they do not interfere with meaning. APA formatting is used as needed, there may be a few minor formatting errors (e.g., minor errors in reference slide, no in-text cites).

11.0 pts

C: Generally uses proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation. There are a few errors that interfere with meaning. APA formatting is used where needed, there may be a few minor formatting errors (e.g., minor errors in reference slide, in-text cites, etc.).

10.0 pts

D: There are many grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors that interfere with meaning. APA formatting is used inconsistently where needed; however, there are major formatting errors (e.g., incorrect format for in-text cites or reference slide, not citing sources, etc.).

8.0 pts

F: There are major grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors that make it extremely difficult to read and understand. APA formatting is seldom used when needed, and there are many major formatting errors.

0.0 pts

0: No presentation submitted.

15.0 pts

Total Points: 100.0

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