Signature Assignment Presentation

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Create a 5- to 7-minute PowerPoint® presentation including:

Predicting the Number of People Arrested for Drug Possession
Review the data involving the number of people arrested for drug possession from 2006-2015. Predict the number of people who will be arrested for drug possession in 2018.

One slide on your topic and question (approximately one minute) (CLO 2.1.2*).

Which topic and question did you choose?

Why does it interest you?

One to two slides of your visuals (approximately 2 to 3 minutes) (CLO2.2.1* & 2.2.3*).

These should be clear, neat, organized, and labeled.

Explain why you chose to create these and what you can conclude from the visuals.

How do these visuals support your conclusion?

One slide for a conclusion (approximately one minute) (CLO 2.2.2* & 2.1.2*).

Restate your topic and question and give your answer to the scenario.

Discuss how your topic and question relate to life.

Discuss what you learned from this project.

Include detailed speaker notes for each slide.

Consider the following questions when creating your speaker notes:

Why did you choose your topic?

How did you come to your conclusion? Was there limits that you needed to factor in to draw you conclusion (i.e time in a day)?

Which regression did you choose? Why?

Security and Criminal Justice Scenario Predicting the Number of People Arrested for Drug Possession Review the data involving the number of people arrested for drug possession from 2006-2 Scenario 2 number of people who will be arrested for drug possession in 2018. Topic 2 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 1.519.760 1.361.658 1.321.824 1.387.915 1.179.728 1.143.931 1.237.708 1.203.323 982.169 801.560 Possesion of Narcotics vs Year Arrested 1.600.000 People Arrested for Drug Possession Year People Arrested for Drug Possession 1.400.000 1.200.000 1.000.000 800.000 600.000 400.000 200.000 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year Linear The better representation of the data that i will use to make my prediction will be the Exponental Chart. The Exponental chart has an equation that gives me an understanding that the number for the year 2018 will be lower than the recent years numbers. The Equation on the Linear chart shows that the number will be higher for 2018 than the rest of the years. But given to fact that the numbers showing on year 2015,had decreased dramatically i belive that in year 2018 The number of people that have been arrested due to Drug Possession will be around the 700,000s. ice Scenario Possesion of Narcotics vs. Y 1.800.000 ug possession from 2006-2015. Predict the 018. People Arrested for Drug Possession 1.600.000 ear Arrested y = -61813x + 1E+08 R² = 0,8129 1.400.000 1.200.000 1.000.000 y = 1E+53e-0,054x R² = 0,7756 800.000 600.000 400.000 200.000 0 2005 2012 2013 use to make my nental chart has the number for s numbers. The ber will be higher o fact that the matically i belive e been arrested 700,000s. 2014 2015 2016 2006 2007 2008 2009 on of Narcotics vs. Year Arrested 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year Exponental 2013 2014 2015 2016
Rubric (New Classroom) (MTH/215) Analytic Rubric Template Course ID: MTH/215 Course Title: Quantitative Reasoning I Signature Assignment Title: Signature Assignment Presentation Total Number of Points: 10 Signature Assignment Description/Directions to students. You have worked on one topic and question for the duration of this course that focused on numbers and their meaning. Instructions: Create a PowerPoint® presentation that includes speaker notes. The length of the presentation must be 5- to 7-minutes long (consider this when writing your speaker notes). Assignment: One slide on your topic and question (approximately one minute) (CLO 2.1.2) o Which topic and question did you choose? o Why does it interest you?  One to two slides of your visuals (approximately 2-3 minutes) (CLO 2.2.1& 2.2.3) o These should be clear, neat, organized, and labeled. o Explain why you chose to create these and what you can conclude from the visuals. o How do these visuals support your conclusion?  One slide for a conclusion (approximately one minute) (CLO 2.2.2, 2.1.2) o Restate your topic and question and give your answer to the question. o Discuss how your topic and question relates to life. o Discuss what you learned from this project. o Include detailed speaker notes for each slide. Consider the following questions when creating your speaker notes:    Why did you choose your topic? How did you come to your conclusion? Was there limits that you needed to factor in to draw you conclusion (i.e time in a day)? Which regression did you choose? Why? 1 PSLO: CLO# Dimensions or Assignment Criteria Does Not Meet Expectations Approaches Expectations (1.00) (2.00) Does not demonstrate evidence with the use of visuals of ability to use mathematical principles to interpret math forms. Meets Expectations Exceeds Expectations (3.00) (4.00) Demonstrates some evidence with the use of visuals of ability to use mathematical principles to interpret math forms however, there are major data errors contained in the visuals. Demonstrates limited ability to gather and use mathematical principles to represent information in various math forms such as in support of a topic. Work may not have been collected from appropriate sources, referenced incorrectly, or utilized inappropriate types of data. Demonstrates sound skill in the use of visuals to show their ability to use mathematical principles to interpret math forms, even though there may be minor data errors contained in the visuals. Demonstrates sound ability to gather and use mathematical principles to represent information in various math forms such as in support of a topic. Work is collected from appropriate sources, referenced correctly, and types of data are appropriate. Demonstrates exemplary skill in the use of visuals to show their ability to use mathematical principles to interpret math forms. There is a sound demonstration of ability to perform mathematical computations and the summarization of data might include only minor errors. There is a sound demonstration of rhetorical skills in the development or presentation of the chosen question. Communication was clear, focused, and the chosen question was truly important, the presentation kept within the suggested time limit. There is an exemplary demonstration of ability to perform mathematical computations and the summarization of data is accurate and clear. Weight: CLO# 2.2 Numbers and Meaning CLO# 2.2.1 Students will use mathematical principles to interpret various math forms. Weight: 25% There is little or no demonstration of the student’s ability to gather and use mathematical principles to represent information in various math forms such as in support of a topic. CLO# 2.2 Numbers and Meaning CLO# 2.2.2 Students will use mathematical principles to represent information in various math forms. Weight: 25% CLO# 2.2 Numbers and Meaning CLO# 2.2.3 Students will perform mathematical Computations. Weight: 25% There is little or no demonstration of ability to perform mathematical computations, in particular, the summarization of data. There is limited demonstration of ability to perform mathematical computations however, the summarization of data includes major errors. CLO# 2.1 Composition and Rhetoric CLO#2.1.2 Students will demonstrate fundamentals of rhetoric in the development of formal workplace communication including written reports, and faceto-face or online presentations. Weight: 25% There is little or no demonstration of rhetorical skills in the development or presentation of the chosen question. Communication was not clearly stated, focused, and/or the question chosen was trivial. There is limited demonstration of rhetorical skills in the development or presentation of the chosen question. Communication had deficits in either its clarity, focus, and/or the import of the question chosen. The presenter was not sensitive to the suggested time limit. Demonstrates exceptional ability to gather and use mathematical principles to represent information in various math forms insightfully. Work is collected from appropriate sources, referenced correctly, and types of data are appropriate. There is an exemplary demonstration of rhetorical skills as evidenced in the development or presentation of the chosen question. Communication was extremely clear, well focused, and the chosen question was truly important and perfectly timed. 2 3
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