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The topic is Projecting Professionalism when you communicate. instructions and criteria are in the attachment. Please no plagiarism. Thanks. the project needs to be between 3.5 and 4.5 minutes long.
below is the presentation rubrics cube.ame: Students must choose a topic that is covered in Module 1 or 2. Students must create a professionally designed informative PowerPoint presentation. In the presentation students will be evaluated on the following areas: introduction, body, conclusion; overall organization and flow; emphasis on two to four main points; effective use of evidence to support claims; enthusiasm for the topic; and body language/mannerisms. Students will complete the assignment with attention to the criteria below. Rating: Exceptional corresponds to a grade of A- to A (90-100). Performance is outstanding; significantly above the usual expectations. Proficient corresponds to a grade of B- to B+ (80-89%). Skills and standards are at the level of expectation. Basic corresponds to a grade of C (75-79%). Skills and standards are acceptable but improvements are needed to meet expectations well. Missing corresponds to a grade of F (below 75%). Performance is weak; the skills or standards are not sufficiently demonstrated at this time. Elements Criteria Exceptional Proficient Basic Missing Topic Selection 90-100 80-89 75-79 0 Must choose a topic covered in Module 1 or 2. The topic relates to contemporary business issues covered in modules one or two. 9 – 10 Points Topic not related to class materials. 0 Points Presentation Content Presentation must have a clear introduction. Introduction captures all major aspects of the presentation in a succinct way. 13-15 Points Introduction captures some/all major aspects of the presentation in an adequate way. 12-13 Points Introduction captures a few/some major aspects of the presentation in a wordy manner. 11-12 Points No introduction provided Below 11 Body of presentation 2 – 4 Key Points – Y/N Adequate evidence – Y/N Body of presentation clearly identifies and explains the topic in own words reflecting an in-depth understanding of the topic. 13-15 Points Topic of the presentation is summarized and adequate. 12-13 Points Topic of presentation is paraphrased from articles and does not reflect an understanding of the topic. 11-12 Points Overall topic was not identified or explained. Below 11 Conclusion Conclusion is effective, summarizes key points, and demonstrates critical thinking. 13-15 Points Conclusion is adequate and demonstrates some critical thinking. 12-13 Points Conclusion is vague and does not demonstrate critical thinking. 11-12 Points No real conclusion. Topic simply summarized again. Below 11 Presentation Quality PowerPoint presentation Enthusiastic – Y/N Presentation is well organized, rehearsed, and captures the topic’s essence. Good body language. 13-15 Points Presentation seems adequately organized rehearsed and captures the topic’s essence. 12-13 Points Presentation consists of re-reading article reviews. Ineffective body language. 11-12 Points Not presented PowerPoint Only Below 11Evidence, style, and Body Language: Eye contact – Y/N Back to the audience – Y/N Read too much – Y/N Pad Words: Uum / Uuh / Aah – Others: PowerPoint slides are professional in style, including a balance of graphics and text, use multiple sources, adheres to APA citation guidelines. 13-15 Points PowerPoint slides are adequate but lack innovation and professional style, minimal sources of evidence, and deviates from APA citation guidelines. 12-13 Points Presentation lacks a professional style, is limited to a single source of evidence, and/or does not adhere to APA citation guidelines. 11-12 Points Presentation lacks a cohesive professional design style. Slides are more of a “read along” with too much text. Below 11 Presentations must be exactly four minutes in length Presentation is between 3.5 and 4.5 minutes 13-15 Points Presentation is between 3 and 3.5 or 4.5 and 5 minutes 12-13 Points Presentation is between 2.5 and 3 or between 5 and 5.5 minutes 11-12 Points Presentation is less than 2.5 or greater than 5.5 minutes Below 11
Requirements: 10 slides long