Assignment 3: Justification Report – Presentation

May 27th, 2015
Steve1995
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Art Design
Price: $30 USD

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Assignment 3: Justification Report – Presentation
Due Week 8 and worth 150 points

Now that you have completed your report, it is time to design and present your findings. Your task is to organize and develop the three parts (introduction, body, and closing) of an effective presentation, based on your Justification Report (Assignment 2.3). Chapter 13 in our text provides overall information on presentation format, content, and delivery. Please use as a guide for this assignment.

Create an eight to ten (8-10) slide presentation in which you:

  • Include a title slide, introductory slide, and a closing slide.
  • For your introduction, open with an engaging introduction of the topic of your report. Include one (1) title slide and one (1) introductory slide.
  • For the body of your presentation, cover the main points of your report. Create slides that reinforce and illustrate your main ideas. Follow basic design principles for effective slide content.
  • For your single closing slide, finish with a memorable wrap-up statement that refocuses on the purpose of your report.
  • Use PowerPoint voice-over or the notes section to present your slides.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Include a title slide containing the title of the assignment, your name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The title slide is not included in the required slide length.
  • Format the PowerPoint presentation with headings on each slide, and two to three (2-3) relevant graphics (photographs, graphs, clip art, etc.), ensuring that the presentation is visually appealing and readable from 18 feet away. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Slides should abbreviate the information in no more than five or six (5 or 6) bullet points each.
  • Slide titles should be based on the criteria being summarized (e.g., “Four Key Attributes,” “Responses to Budget Issues,” etc.).

Assignment Checklist: 

  • Descriptive titles on each of the slides
  • Text contains concise, precise content
  • Graphics convey the idea described by the slide text
  • Statements in bulleted lists have a parallel structure
  • The font size is easily read from a distance
  • There are no more than three (3) different font styles in the presentation
  • The color and background convey a formal business tone
  • Animation effects are used in moderation
  • There are no misspellings or typographical errors

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Assess strengths and weaknesses in the student’s own oral communication and in the oral communication of others.
  • Use sentence variety, effective word choice, and correct grammar in oral communication.
  • Analyze verbal and nonverbal techniques that enhance oral communication within a business and/or professional context.

Click here to view the grading rubric.

Grading for this assignment will be based on quality, logic / organization of the presentation, and language, writing, and oral skills, using the following rubric.

Points: 150

Assignment 3: Justification Report – Presentation

Criteria

Unacceptable

Below 60% F

Meets Minimum Expectations

60-69% D

Fair

70-79% C

Proficient

80-89% B

Exemplary

90-100% A

1. Include a title slide, introductory slide, and a closing slide.

Weight: 15%

Did not submit or incompletely included a title slide, introductory slide, and a closing slide.

Insufficiently included a title slide, introductory slide, and a closing slide.

Partially included a title slide, introductory slide, and a closing slide.

Satisfactorily included a title slide, introductory slide, and a closing slide.

Thoroughly included a title slide, introductory slide, and a closing slide.

2. For your introduction, open with an engaging introduction of the topic of your report. Include one (1) title slide and one (1) introductory slide.

Weight: 15%

Did not submit or incompletely opened with an engaging introduction of the topic of your report for your introduction. Did not submit or incompletely included one (1) title slide and one (1) introductory slide.

Insufficiently opened with an engaging introduction of the topic of your report for your introduction. Insufficientlyincluded one (1) title slide and one (1) introductory slide.

Partially opened with an engaging introduction of the topic of your report for your introduction. Partiallyincluded one (1) title slide and one (1) introductory slide.

Satisfactorily opened with an engaging introduction of the topic of your report for your introduction.Satisfactorily included one (1) title slide and one (1) introductory slide.

Thoroughly opened with an engaging introduction of the topic of your report for your introduction. Thoroughlyincluded one (1) title slide and one (1) introductory slide.

3. For the body of your presentation, cover the main points of your report. Create slides that reinforce and illustrate your main ideas. Follow basic design principles for effective slide content.

Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely covered the main points of your report for the body of your presentation. Did not submit or incompletely created slides that reinforce and illustrate your main ideas. Did not submit or incompletely followed basic design principles for effective slide content.

Insufficiently covered the main points of your report for the body of your presentation. Insufficiently created slides that reinforce and illustrate your main ideas. Insufficiently followed basic design principles for effective slide content.

Partially covered the main points of your report for the body of your presentation. Partially created slides that reinforce and illustrate your main ideas. Partially followed basic design principles for effective slide content.

Satisfactorily covered the main points of your report for the body of your presentation. Satisfactorily created slides that reinforce and illustrate your main ideas. Satisfactorily followed basic design principles for effective slide content.

Thoroughly covered the main points of your report for the body of your presentation. Thoroughly created slides that reinforce and illustrate your main ideas. Thoroughly followed basic design principles for effective slide content.

4. For your single closing slide, finish with a memorable wrap-up statement that refocuses on the purpose of your report.

Weight: 15%

Did not submit or incompletely finished with a memorable wrap-up statement that refocuses on the purpose of your report for your single closing slide.

Insufficiently finished with a memorable wrap-up statement that refocuses on the purpose of your report for your single closing slide.

Partially finished with a memorable wrap-up statement that refocuses on the purpose of your report for your single closing slide.

Satisfactorily finished with a memorable wrap-up statement that refocuses on the purpose of your report for your single closing slide.

Thoroughly finished with a memorable wrap-up statement that refocuses on the purpose of your report for your single closing slide.

5. Use PowerPoint voice-over or the notes section to present your slides.

Weight: 15%

Did not submit or incompletely usedPowerPoint voice-over or the notes section to present your slides.

Insufficiently used PowerPoint voice-over or the notes section to present your slides.

Partially used PowerPoint voice-over or the notes section to present your slides.

Satisfactorily used PowerPoint voice-over or the notes section to present your slides.

Thoroughly used PowerPoint voice-over or the notes section to present your slides.

6. Clarity, writing, and mechanics.

Weight: 20%

More than 8 errors present

7-8 errors present

5-6 errors present

3-4 errors present

0-2 errors present


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