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For this assignment, you are to use your argument and research from your research paper assignment and present that information visually to an audience. You may choose to create a PowerPoint or Prezi presentation.
Instructions
Your presentation should include the following elements, although you are not limited to these:
1. An introduction slide.
2. 3-4 content slides.
3. A conclusion slide.
4. A slide for references (be sure to cite images as well).
Remember that images are so important to any presentation. The images you use must be open source, in the public domain, or otherwise legally available for your use. Many websites, including Google Image Search, offer freely available images of this type. 
· In
Google Image Search(Links to an external site.)
,enter a search term and Google will return images from all over the internet. In order to make sure that the images are usable for this project, click “Settings,” then “Advanced search.” Scroll down to “usage rights” and select “free to use or share.” Then click on the blue “Advanced Search” button. This will filter your search to include only images that are legally available for use.
· Pay attention to the specific licenses associated with any images that you use.Images that are in the public domain and some Creative Commons images do not require any attribution. Other images may be available for use, but only if certain conditions are met, such as crediting the creator or using the image as-is without any changes. Here is a link to more information on the different Creative Commons Licenses https://creativecommons.org/licenses/
· You can read more about other sites with public domain images on
31 free public domain image websites(Links to an external site.)
(https://99designs.com/blog/resources/public-domain-image-resources/).
· Remember, you will need to 
cite any images
 that you include using APA Style. These should be cited 
both
 on the slide where they are used and on a separate references slide at the end. Good citation habits that you learned about this term are important in presentations and photo essays as well.
You can also watch
APA Formatting for PowerPoint: How to Apply APA Style to PowerPoint Presentations(Links to an external site.)
(5:21 minutes) by David Taylor.
ENG101 Presentation Rubric
A (100) B (85) C (75) D (65) F (55) F (0)
30 25.5 22.5 19.5 16.5 0
Context and
Purpose
Presentation
demonstrates a
thorough
understanding of
the context,
audience, and
purpose of the
document.
Sections of the
presentation are
tightly connected
and provide
appropriate
support for the
presentation’s
purpose.
Presentation
demonstrates
adequate
understanding of
the context,
audience, and
purpose of the
document.
Sections of the
presentation are
adequately
connected and
most support the
presentation’s
purpose.
Presentation
demonstrates
awareness of the
context, audience,
and purpose of the
document.
Sections of the
presentation are
loosely connected
but may not all
support the
presentation’s
purpose.
Presentation
demonstrates
limited awareness
of the context,
audience, and
purpose of the
document.
Sections of the
presentation are
not well-
connected but and
do not support the
presentation’s
purpose.
Presentation
demonstrates
minimal attention
to the context,
audience, and
purpose of the
document.
Sections of the
presentation lack
connectedness.
Not
submitted.
20 17.5 15.5 13.5 11.5 0
Content
Development
Presenter uses
appropriate,
relevant, and
compelling
content to
illustrate mastery
of the subject,
conveying the
writer’s
understanding
and shaping the
entire work.
Provides
Presenter uses
appropriate,
relevant, and
compelling content
to explore ideas
within the context
of the discipline
and shape the
whole work.
Provides adequate
evidence of
assertions.
Presenter uses
appropriate and
relevant content
to develop and
explore ideas
through most of
the work. Provides
some evidence of
assertions.
Presenter
develops and
explores ideas
through some of
the work. Provides
limited evidence of
assertions.
Presenter
develops simple
ideas in some
parts of the work.
Does not include
evidence of
assertions.
Not
submitted.
substantial
evidence of
assertions.
20 17.5 15.5 13.5 11.5 0
Organizational
Methods
Presentation
demonstrates
detailed
attention to and
successful
execution of the
organizational
methods and
stylistic choices
specific to the
discipline. All
required
presentation
sections are
included.
Relevant and
engaging images
and/or graphics
are present on
most slides.
Presentation
demonstrates a
consistent use of
important
organizational
methods and
stylistic choices
specific to the
discipline. Most
required
presentation
sections are
included. Relevant
images and/or
graphics are
present on most
slides.
Presentation
demonstrates the
writer’s attempt to
use an
organizational
method that is
appropriate for
the content. Some
required
presentation
sections are
included. Relevant
images and/or
graphics are
present on some
slides.
Presentation
demonstrates the
writer’s attempt to
use an
organizational
method that is not
appropriate for
the content. Some
required
presentation
sections are
included. Some
images and/or
graphics are
included but may
not be relevant or
present
throughout the
presentation.
Presentation
demonstrates the
writer’s limited
attempt to use a
basic
organizational
pattern, but the
attempt at
organization is
unsuccessful. Few
required
presentation
sections are
included. Few if
any images and/or
graphics are
present.
Not
submitted.
10 8.5 7.5 6.5 5.5 0
Sources and
References and
Format
Resources used
are sufficient in
quantity and
appropriate for
the topic and
writing context;
correct style is
used for all
citations and
Resources used are
sufficient in
quantity and most
(75%) are
appropriate for the
topic and/or
writing context;
most citations and
references use the
Resources used
are sufficient in
quantity; some
(fewer than 50%)
of resources are
not appropriate
for the topic
and/or writing
context; most
Resources used
are not sufficient
in quantity; most
(more than 75%)
resources are not
appropriate for
the topic and/or
writing context;
incorrect citations
Resources used
are not used
and/or student
does not clearly
differentiate
his/her thoughts
or image content
from those of
others.
No
submission.
references for
both information
and images; and
student clearly
and consistently
differentiates
his/her thoughts
from those of
others at all
times.
correct style for
both information
and images; and
student
differentiates
his/her thoughts
from those of
others.
citations and
references use the
correct format for
both information
and images; and
student usually
(75%)
differentiates
his/her thoughts
from those of
others.
and/or referencing
for information
and images; and
student does not
clearly
differentiate
his/her thoughts
from those of
others in several
places.
10 8.5 7.5 6.5 5.5 0
Writing Skills Essentially, no
errors in
grammar,
spelling or syntax
throughout the
entire document;
meets length
requirements.
No obvious errors
in grammar,
spelling and/or
syntax; for
example-fewer
than one minor
error per page;
meets length
requirements.
Rare errors in
grammar, spelling
and/or syntax; for
example – fewer
than two per page.
Overall, some
effort at
proofreading;
meets length
requirements.
Many errors in
grammar, spelling
and/or syntax on
most pages. Some
minor effort at
proofreading,
insufficient. Does
not adhere to
length
requirements.
Significant number
of errors in
grammar, spelling
and/or syntax per
page. Indicates a
significant lack of
proofreading
effort. Does not
adhere to length
requirements.
No
submission.
10 8.5 7.5 6.5 5.5 0
Delivery Delivery
technique makes
the presentation
compelling. The
speaker’s
delivery is clearly
well rehearsed
with superior
articulation,
grammar, and
pronunciation.
Delivery technique
makes the
presentation
thought-provoking.
Delivery is well
paced with
appropriate
variations in pace
and rhythm.
Speaker’s delivery
is well rehearsed
Delivery technique
makes the
presentation
interesting;
speaker appears
comfortable and
confident in
knowledge of
topic. Speech is
appropriately well-
paced, delivered in
Delivery technique
makes the
presentation
understandable.
Speaker’s delivery
reflects acceptable
knowledge of both
topic and speech
delivery style.
Acceptable use of
vocal variety in
Delivery technique
detracts from the
understandability
of the
presentation.
Speech is stilted,
hesitant and
reflects limited
knowledge of both
topic and speech
delivery
No
submission.
Tone reflects
confidence and
sophisticated
knowledge of
both topic and
speech delivery
style. No vocal
fillers.
with excellent
articulation,
grammar, and
pronunciation.
Speaker’s tone
conveys in-depth
knowledge of the
topic. No vocal
fillers used.
a conversational
manner, and
varied in pitch to
enhance the
message.
Acceptable
articulation,
pronunciation, and
grammar; little or
no use of vocal
fillers.
conversational
tone. Acceptable
articulation, minor
pronunciation or
grammatical
errors; minimal
use of vocal fillers.
techniques. Vocal
fillers or poor
articulation,
pronunciations, or
grammar detract
from overall
presentation.

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