I’m trying to study for my Psychology course and I need some help to understand this question.
Do not worry about recording! I will do that part!!
In this assignment, you will create a slideshow with accompanying spoken narration that showcases the course competencies you achieved and highlights your research and writing in this course. This presentation will comprise a synthesis of the project components from weeks 3 and 6. Guidelines are provided in What You Need to Know for verbal communication, presentation design, and software you can use.
You may potentially use this comprehensive presentation for job interviews. It can give prospective employers the opportunity to see a complete picture of who you are, your education, your accomplishments, and your skill sets. You may use some or all of it to convey concepts, to illustrate the depth of your skills and experience, or as a tool to get a second interview.
As you begin to review the requirements for this assignment, make sure you have the final versions of the following:
- Cultural Competency and Research Analysis – Course project part 1 from Week 3.
- Ethical Issue and Action Plan – Course project part 2 from Week 6.
We recommend that you revise these assignments as needed, in response to feedback you received from your instructor and from your own reflection prior to incorporating them into your presentation.
While examining your project components and making decisions about the essential information that will be presented, we recommended that you begin by creating an outline and comparing it to the Comprehensive Case Presentation Scoring Guide to ensure you have specifically taken into account and addressed all of the grading criteria in detail.
You will use your research, analysis, writing, and communication skills intensely for this project. This capstone course is designed to allow multiple opportunities for demonstrating your mastery of the content and the course competencies, which are also the established program outcomes.
You may use PowerPoint to create this slideshow, or if you wish, you may use Kaltura, Prezi, or some other option. However, PowerPoint is best supported by the resources provided, including Basic Tasks for Creating a PowerPoint Presentation, and Guidelines for Effective PowerPoint Presentations [PPTX]. The Prezi Support site can help you with that option. You are responsible for making your presentation work.
For each project component you have completed in this course, create 8–10 slides that provide a high-level explanation or summary. In other words, you should create a minimum of 16 slides, plus a title slide, introduction slides, conclusion slides, and references slides. Use a clear and concise structure.
- Title slide: On the first slide, enter:
- A brief presentation title.
- Your name.
- Course number and title.
- Capella University.
- Instructor’s name.
- Introduction slides: Provide a brief introduction to your presentation. Describe what you will be discussing in your presentation.
- Content slides: Provide a high-level overview of the Week 3 and Week 6 assignments.
- Conclusion slides: Briefly summarize your presentation. Provide a concise summary about the topics addressed.
- Reference slides: List all references cited in your presentation.
Consider the following when creating the presentation:
- Use the PowerPoint Template [PPTX] given in the resources as a starting point, if you like. Replace all text that is within brackets [. . .].
- Be sure to cut the number of words on each slide to the bare minimum without losing the meaning. It would be ideal to have no more than six bullet entries on a slide and no more than 10 words per entry. You can always add more slides to cover any given topic.
- Be sure to use typefaces that are easy to read.
- Do not use more than two typefaces of different names (such as Helvetica or Times).
- Do not use different typefaces that are similar in style. However, it is very helpful to use some appropriate contrasts of sizes and weights of type to focus the viewer’s attention on the most important content within each slide.
- Consider using pictures and diagrams, in addition to words, to convey relevant information visually. However, minimize the use of decorative elements or effects that distract from meaning.
- For any visual material within your presentation that you did not create yourself, cite the source.
- For presentations in a professional context:
- If you use pictures or diagrams that you did not create yourself, you must seek out, and abide by, applicable copyright restrictions. The online resource Find Free-to-Use Images. can help.
- If required by members of your audience, be prepared to make appropriate accommodations.
- Use current APA style citations and list references in slides at the end of the presentation. The APA Style and Format resource can help you with this step.
- Enhance the design of the presentation to make it more effective, if you wish to do so. For more guidance on PowerPoint design, review the Guidelines for Effective PowerPoint Presentations.
- See the Basic Tasks in PowerPoint 2010 and Basic Tasks for Creating a PowerPoint Presentation for guidance on the basics of using PowerPoint. If after reviewing this material, you need more help using PowerPoint, contact your instructor—seek help early.
All slides should include presenter notes of what you will say for each slide. Some slides will need more detail than others. You should detail the presenter’s notes to include all of the information you would present to a live audience for each particular slide. You may use information directly from your project components when writing presenter notes. However, entries should be edited so that they are written as if you are speaking to an audience or a potential employer, for example. You can utilize the presenter notes when recording the spoken portion of the presentation.
Before you record or present your slideshow for review, make sure you have included the salient points from the final versions of the two previous project components. Remember, this assignment is the compilation and summary of the salient points from those assignments. It is also recommended that you review the Comprehensive Case Presentation Scoring Guide to make sure you have addressed all assignment criteria. Direct any questions about this assignment to your instructor.
Your presentation should employ effective spoken delivery. Elements include:
- Appropriate volume and clear pronunciation.
- Avoidance of audible fidgeting and distracting interjections.
- Variety of intonation and pacing and appropriate use of pauses.
The Guidelines for Public Speaking media piece can provide helpful assistance.
Important: Before you deliver or record your presentation, it is recommended that you allow ample time to practice your presentation until you master all these and are comfortable with these elements.
You may record the slideshow presentation with your spoken narration, or arrange with your instructor for a time to deliver it live.
- If you choose to present live, contact your instructor prior to this week so you can set up a time to meet.
- If you choose to record your audiovisual presentation, it is recommended that you use Adobe Connect. The Adobe Connect Tutorials resource and the Adobe Connect Quick Start Tutorial can provide assistance with that tool. However, if you prefer, you may use one of the following alternative tools to record and present your video. But, if you do so, you must make sure that the presentation is viewable by your instructor
Note: If you require the use of assistive technology or alternative communication methods to participate in these activities, please contact Disability Services to request accommodations.
Submit your recorded presentation as an attachment to the assignment area by the end of this week.
again, I will do the recording. I have attached assignment 3 and 6 for you, along with the template.
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