The notes and Grading Rubric provide the basis of assessment for the presentation. Both delivery and class participation are assessed.

The notes and Grading Rubric provide the basis of assessment for the presentation. Both delivery and class participation are assessed.

NOTES:

See Grading Rubric over the page for 90% of assessment.
A further 10% is awarded for class participation.
Student groups are provided an evaluation sheet to come up with a question for each of the presentations.
Student groups must submit an evaluation sheet for four of the sessions – failure to submit the evaluations will see the groups lose marks.
The questions posed must demonstrate an engagement with the presentation delivered.
This Group Assignment is based on chapter 4 – Setting Goals – specifically focusing on achieving a long-term career goal.

NOTES:

Students must review the information from Chapter 4 assessing differences between long-term goals and short-term goals, as well as internal locus of control versus external locus of control.
Students must create a PowerPoint detailing the steps – in the form of goal setting – they need to follow in order to achieve a long-term career goal.
The PowerPoint must highlight a specific career path, with relevant industry examples.
The PowerPoint must reflect on an appropriate mindset that will allow for the achievement of career success.
The PowerPoint must indicate how a long-term goal can be attained through setting short-term goals.
Students must incorporate the techniques delivered in the Writing Lab presentation when composing the PowerPoint.
The PowerPoint is to be between 12-16 slides – with a Cover Slide and a Table of Contents.
Include the names and ID numbers of each group member on the submission.
Create a PowerPoint on any relevant software but submit on PDF.
The completed answers should be uploaded to Turnitin by 1 November @ 11:59 pm
Grading rubric:

Grading Rubric – Assignment 4 Group Presentation (15%)

Criteria / GRADES

Excellent 20-18

(4)

Very good 17-15

(3.5)

Good 14-12

(2.5)

Satisfactory 11-09

(1.5)

Organization (20%)

(Graded individually)

Intro- duction

Body

 

Conclu-sion

Introduces the purpose of the speech clearly. Creative and engaging introduction.

Introduces the purpose of the speech clearly, but lacks imagination. The beginning is appropriate but not catchy.

The purpose of the speech is not clearly introduced and is incorrect. The beginning is not catchy.

No introduction to the purpose of the presentation. Speech lacks structure.

Group presents information in a logical, interesting sequence, which the audience can follow.

Most information is presented in a logical sequence. A few minor points may be confusing.

Student jumps around topics. Several points are confusing. There is a somewhat evident structure.

Presentation is choppy and disjointed; no apparent logical order of presentation.

Ends with an accurate conclusion that relates to the main points discussed in the body. Great closing statement.

Ends with a summary of main points showing some evaluation of the evidence presented. Good closing statement.

Ends with a summary or conclusion; little evidence of evaluating content based on evidence. Some effort for a closing statement.

It ends without a summary or conclusion. No closing statement. Ends with “That’s it”, “I’m done”, etc.

Group Dynamics and Overall Duration (20%)

Group planning shows a cohesive presentation. Clear transitions from one member to the other. The presentation is well-timed.

Group planning shows a mostly cohesive presentation. Members were introduced once but then there were no clear transitions. Almost within the allotted time.

Group planning does not show a very cohesive presentation. No introductions and no transitions but all group members participated. The presentation is short.

Lacks group planning or cohesiveness. Only one member presented. The rest were silent and indifferent. The presentation is too short.

Content: Depth and Accuracy (20%)

Group provides an accurate and complete explanation of key concepts throughout the presentation. Subtopics are related to the main topic.

For the most part, explanations are accurate and complete throughout the presentation. Subtopics are somewhat related to the main topic.

Explanations are inaccurate or incomplete. There is a great deal of information that is not connected to the presentation.

No accuracy or explanations of key concepts. The presentation is not clear. The information included does not support the thesis in any way.

Visual Aids (PPT and Infographic) (10%)

Visual aids are of good quality and designed to reinforce the presentation. The infographic is well designed and clear.

Visual aids are mostly used to reinforce the presentation thesis and maximize audience understanding. Some graphics are not relevant and are just used for the sake of use.

Occasional use of graphics that support the presentation thesis. Spelling errors on the slides/infographic. Bad color schemes and too many words on each slide. Basic job on the infographic.

Group uses irrelevant visual aids or had no visual aids to present. No preparation. Too many errors and typos that confuse the audience. No infographic.

Delivery (20%)

(Graded individually)

Verbal

&

Non-verbal

Well-poised, speaks at the proper volume; and the right tempo; shows enthusiasm; confidence; the speaker is clearly comfortable. Maintains eye contact all the time without reading notes. Non- verbal communication is great and well planned.

Slightly uncomfortable at times. Tried to memorize the speech, but lacks clarity and naturalness Most of the audience can hear the presentation. Maintains eye contact most of the time, but sometimes returns to notes. The non-verbal expression is fine.

The audience occasionally has trouble hearing the presentation; the speaker seems uncomfortable, anxious. The speaker mumbles some words. Some eye contact, but frequently reads from notes. The speaker makes no effort to engage the audience in the speech.

The presenter is obviously anxious and cannot be heard. Speaks in monotone with little or no expression. Impossible to understand the speech due to poor reading skills. Speaker reads from notes all the time. The speaker has little or no eye contact.

Use of Language

Selects rich and varied words for context. Correct usage of words. Great use of language that goes beyond expectations.

Selects words appropriate for the context. Some words were used incorrectly. Delivers a safe speech, but there are some errors in grammar and syntax.

Selects some words inappropriate for the context. Many words were used incorrectly. Misses vocabulary and clarity of expression.

Selects words inappropriate for the context. Almost impossible to understand the speech due to poor English skills.

This Group Assignment is based on chapter 4 – Setting Goals – specifically focusing on achieving a long-term career goal.

NOTES:

Students must review the information from Chapter 4 assessing differences between long-term goals and short-term goals, as well as internal locus of control versus external locus of control.
Students must create a PowerPoint detailing the steps – in the form of goal setting – they need to follow in order to achieve a long-term career goal.
The PowerPoint must highlight a specific career path, with relevant industry examples.
The PowerPoint must reflect on an appropriate mindset that will allow for the achievement of career success.
The PowerPoint must indicate how a long-term goal can be attained through setting short-term goals.
Students must incorporate the techniques delivered in the Writing Lab presentation when composing the PowerPoint.
The PowerPoint is to be between 12-16 slides – with a Cover Slide and a Table of Contents.
Include the names and ID numbers of each group member on the submission.
Create a PowerPoint on any relevant software but submit on PDF.
The completed answers should be uploaded to Turnitin by 1 November @ 11:59 pm
The PowerPoint is well-presented, with appropriate color coordination and readability.

20

The Mechanics of the Grammar in the PowerPoint are sound.

10

No more than six bullet points on one slide.

5

No more than six words in each bullet point.

5

The Power Point follows a coherent structure.

20

The PowerPoint represents how short-term goal-setting can help achieve a long-term goal.

10

The PowerPoint demonstrates how having the right mindset can deliver career success.

10

The PowerPoint is reflective on why goal-setting is so important in achieving a long-term career goal.

20

TOTAL:

100

I need you to create a 14-16 slide presentation about setting goals and a career goal as a neurosurgeon don’t mind the student names or the ids i will do it myself. Just need you to create the PowerPoint presentation. All the details should be in the information above and at the documents i provided below. The would project is a business presentation based on how we use short term and long term goals to achieve a long term career goal. Should not contain compressed information in each slide more on details and industry examples and should not contain more than 6 points in one slide.

The notes and Grading Rubric provide the basis of assessment for the presentation. Both delivery and class participation are assessed.

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