CMWKSE – Powerpoint Presentation – Class Assignments Help

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Each of you will submit a 5-7-minute presentation that illustrates and explains a specific interpersonal communication theory or set of theories as one might experience it in the workplace–but other scenarios would be acceptable (e.g. school, home, abroad, etc.) With the exception of Groupthink and Uses and Gratifications theories, you may choose the theory(ies) you wish to speak on from any area of communication research.
Dramatize, illustrate and/or explain your theories through an informative original presentation enhanced by (a) multimedia aid(s) such as a YouTube video, Pinterest or other inspiration board, podcast, vlog, Animoto, Prezi, music, animation, PPT, interactive game, or other multimedia presentation technology, skit, game, etc. Think of it like an informative public speech. The presentation should be designed to help the viewer understand interpersonal communication principles, so it can entertain while it explains. Demonstrate what you have learned! You’ll find a rubric for the assignment and its expectations here (see below).

Content

Opening is attention getting

Introduction lays out the issue well, and establishes a framework for the rest of the presentation

Thesis/position statement is articulated clearly and reflects presentation’s persuasive and informative purposes

Issues/terms are defined in language appropriate for audience

Major themes are organized logically and reflect their relative importance

Generalizations are informed by relevant research from required authoritative sources

Sufficient background material is provided to put issue in context for target audience

Conclusion summarizes major points, and makes recommendations or involves call to action

Length of presentation is within the assigned time limits

Presentation

Type of presentation is appropriate for topic and audience

Approach to presentation/by presenter(s) encourages audience interaction

Audience interactions are facilitated with confidence

Main points are enhanced by visuals that are well-prepared, informative, creative, and effective

Technology does not distract from message

Research & Documentation

Research reflects required number and variety of credible and authoritative sources

In-text citations and end-of-text references conform to American Psychological Association conventions

Fluency

Language reflects college-level conventions for oral and written communications

Delivery (in person or recorded) is audible, clear, smooth and properly controlled for the target audience, with appropriate pronunciation

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