Presentation Draft (25 points)
- Create and submit a rough draft of a PowerPoint, a visual representation of the leadership project you planned in your outline. It does not have to be pretty or polished at this point, but it should contain the required number of slides, demonstrate that you will cover all required content, and indicate support for the content areas with properly cited, authoritative research.
- If you have never built a PowerPoint presentation before, review this information on Microsoft PowerPoint Basics to learn more.
- Note: If you are working in a group, you may combine the best parts of your individual outlines as you develop your group’s presentation PowerPoint. All members of the group will earn the same grade on the group PowerPoint draft.
PowerPoint Presentation (200 points)
- Polish and submit your leadership project presentation PowerPoint. Remember that the goal is to show how you will follow your leader’s example to become personally successful in your own right. Your presentation must include:
- A title slide
- At least 13 body slideswith appropriately detailed, researched (& cited) information about:
- yourself, your academic program, and career goals
- your leader, his or her path to success, and his or her leadership qualities
- the role of leadership, responsibility, and accountability in achieving personal success
- your personal plan for utilizing your strengths and making positive changes to achieve personal success
- A references slide listing bibliographic information for the three or more authoritative, academic sources that you use and cite in the body of your presentation and any other sources (non-academic sources, image sources, etc.) you use.
- Notes in the “click to add notes” section below each slide. ONSITE/BLENDED students: You should include speaker notes that can be used in place of notecards during your speech. ONLINE students: You must write the full content of the speech you would deliver if you were presenting to a live, onsite class. In the Notes window below each slide, type the related parts of your speech.
- Deliver your presentation. ONSITE/BLENDED students: Deliver your presentation to your class using your PowerPoint as a visual aid to support your speech. Your presentation should be 5-10 minutes long, depending on whether you are working in groups and depending on your class size. You should create speaker notes in the Notes window below each slide and use printouts of these instead of notecards during your speech. ONLINE students: You must deliver in written form the full content of the speech you would give if you were presenting to a live, onsite class. In the Notes window below each slide, type the related parts of your speech.
- Note: If you are working in a group, you will collaboratively present the group’s PowerPoint. Your instructor may give credit based on individual contributions to the presentation. All members of the group will earn the same grade on the group PowerPoint.
- ONSITE students must submit their final PowerPoint projects on the day of their class presentations or as specified by the instructor.
- ONLINE students must submit their final PowerPoint projects by Thursday of Week 8 or as specified by the instructor.
|Due By (Pacific Time)
||10/12/2014 12:00 pm