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SPCH 277 DeVry Week 6 Presentation with Narration Latest

SPCH 277 DeVry Week 6 Presentation with Narration Latest

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SPCH 277 DeVry Week 6 Presentation with Narration Latest

PowerPoint Presentation with Narration

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Objectives

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Preparing and presenting an effective speech can be a challenge. It is important to understand the fundamentals of speech preparation and delivery because you will use these skills often during your education and your career.

Project Overview

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The tasks associated with the presentation are an outline, reference page, and PowerPoint presentation with visual aids.

From a task perspective, you will need to identify a topic and have it approved by your professor. Consider how you might adapt your presentation to your audience when preparing your presentation.

Next, begin your research and consider how you will narrow your topic by creating a general goal, and then a specific goal that will meet the needs of your audience. Then establish an effective thesis statement that must be written as a complete sentence. Once you know where your speech is headed, outline the body of your speech. Then add a strong introduction and conclusion. Create visual aids that will enhance the audience’s understanding of your material or that will make your presentation more memorable. Determine how you will transition between main ideas and slides. Finally, practice and deliver your presentation.

Let’s recap what is involved in this speech project. You will need to select a topic and have it approved by your professor. Then you will do research and create a rough draft of the speech outline for yourself. Be sure to spend enough time polishing up the final version of your outline for your speech.

Be sure to include the information you found during your research and investigation in the body of your outline, and organize it in a visually pleasing manner. Break out each main idea you will use in the body of your outline and presentation. Show some type of division like levels of headers or titles and then separate sections that are labeled and indented for the outline; state the main idea, state major sub points in each main idea, and provide evidence for each sub point. Cite your evidence, quotes, and statistics using APA format.

Finally, you will create a PowerPoint presentation and post it to the week 6 dropbox. You will also present your slides in class during week 6.

Assignment 1: Outline Guidelines

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Outlines must be six to seven pages in length (this would be roughly one to two pages per area included in the outline), 10-point font, double spaced, including these five sections:

Title Page (title of speech, name of presenter, audience prepared for – school or institution, date): You can use this information to create your first slide in PowerPoint.

Table of Contents: Include final outline (general goal, specific goal, thesis statement sentence, introduction paragraph, full sentence outline), conclusion paragraph, description of visuals (images for PowerPoint), and APA references.

General goal, specific goal, thesis statement, introduction paragraph, body of the outline in sentence format (one to two pages)

Summary or conclusion paragraph (one to two pages)

Visuals description plan – images for the PowerPoint slides, by slide number if known (one to two pages)

Five authoritative, outside references are required (anonymous authors or web pages are not acceptable). References must be written in APA format with hanging indents, in alphabetical order, and with everything double spaced. The word references should not be formatted. Include copyrighted image resources in this list. See the APA tutorial in the Syllabus. Call a DeVry librarian for help with APA formatting. You can copy and paste this to use as the last slide in your PowerPoint.

NOTE: Do not copy and paste your table of contents, final outline, or visuals description plan into your PowerPoint slides! Your speech slides must be created as a meaningful presentation. Use a few bullets for each slide with one phrase or one sentence for each bullet. Do not put any paragraphs into the slides.

Any questions about this assignment may be discussed in the weekly Q & A Discussion topic.

Assignment 2: Speech Guidelines

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Creating a PowerPoint Presentation

You are required to deliver a graded oral presentation for this course. You will deliver your presentation to your audience in week 6 of the course during your class time.

Creating the PowerPoint Audio Recording

Follow these steps to create and record your PowerPoint audio presentation.

  • Open MS PowerPoint; create your PowerPoint slides and then save them.
  • Go to the Slide Show tab located in the top menu.
    • Make sure to read your slides carefully and be sure that you have cited all information properly.
  • Evaluate your final presentation. What could you have done better? What will you do differently next time?

Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these.next.ecollege.com/default/launch.ed?ssoType=DVUHubSSO2&node=184″>step-by-step instructions or watch this Tutorial .next.ecollege.com/default/launch.ed?ssoType=DVUHubSSO2&node=232″>Dropbox Tutorial.

See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

Milestones

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To summarize your presentation project

Step 1:            Explore possible topics for a speech related to communication. Your topic should be something you are interested in learning more about.

Step 2:            Select and submit a speech topic, general goal, and specific goal by e-mail to your instructor for approval. The general goal and the specific goal should detail the purpose of your speech (To inform? To persuade?) and meet the needs of your audience (Who are they?).

Step 3:            Research your approved topic. Look for five or six resources and put them in APA format. You might not really want to use all of them for your outline and/or speech.

Step 4:            Organize your notes. Create a rough draft outline based on your research. Write sentences for the body of the outline.

Step 5:            Revise your outline and create a final draft outline with all required items included: cover page, table of contents, final outline (general goal, specific goal, thesis statement sentence, introduction paragraph, full sentence outline), conclusion paragraph, description of visuals (images for PowerPoint), and APA references in alphabetical order and with hanging indents. Note: Press F1 in MS Word for help with hanging indent paragraphs, or tab or space over for all lines except the first one.

Step 6:            Create a PowerPoint Presentation. Study the tutorials provided in the lectures and under presentation areas.

Step 7:            Evaluate your presentation. What could you have done better? What will you do differently next time?

Grading Rubrics

The PowerPoint presentation and final outline will be graded using the rubric in Doc Sharing. Outlines and presentations will be graded on content such as relevance and quality of topic research information; organization and cohesiveness; formatting and visual appeal; editing such as spelling, grammar and sentence structure; APA documentation; and use of citations as required. For a detailed list of criteria, see the rubric provided in Doc Sharing.

Best Practices

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The following are the best practices for creating your speech outline and presentation:

  • Begin now! Start thinking about what you would like to speak about during Preview Week and Week 1. Look over the Table of Contents of your textbook for ideas.
  • Title page or slide – Include the title, audience (who you prepared the presentation for [school or institution]), the presenter who prepared it and will be the speaker, and date.
  • Attention getter – Give the audience a reason to pay attention. Make them want to listen to your speech.
  • Overview – List the main ideas and sections of your presentation.
  • The purpose of an overview:
    1. Introduce the subject and why the subject is important.
    2. Preview the main ideas and the order in which they will be covered.
    3. Establish the tone of the presentation.
    4. Try to include the questions you think your audience might have about your topic, and then be sure to answer them during your presentation.
  • Body of your outline and presentation – Include the information you found during your research and investigation and organize it in a visually pleasing manner. Break out each main idea you will use in the body of your outline and presentation. Show some type of division like levels of headers or titles, then separate sections that are labeled and indented for the outline, and separate groups of bullets for the presentation. Use a header for the title of your presentation or subtitle of the section. Then proceed to break out the main ideas. State the main idea, state major subpoints in each main idea, and provide evidence for each subpoint. Cite your evidence, quotes, and statistics using APA format.
  • Summary and conclusion – Summarizing is similar to paraphrasing but presents the gist of the material in fewer words than the original. An effective summary identifies the main ideas and major support points from the body of your outline or presentation. Minor details are left out. Summarize the benefits of the ideas and how they affect the thesis statement of the outline and main objective of the presentation.
  • References – Use the APA citation format as specified in the Syllabus. The illustrations should be included with your resources. APA tutorials are available in the Syllabus. Call a DeVry librarian for help.
    • At least Five authoritative, outside references are required. (Anonymous authors or web pages are not acceptable.)
    • Appropriate citations within the presentation are required on the last slide. Just copy and paste this from the last page of your outline – the References page.
    • References should be in APA format. These should be listed in alphabetical order on a separate last page titled References with no formatting. Each resource should be entirely double spaced. All entries must use hanging indents – the first line is flush left, and all the rest are indented.
    • All DeVry University policies are in effect including the plagiarism policy.
  • Additional hints on preparing the best possible project:
    1. Apply a three step process of writing . . . plan, write, and complete.
    2. Prepare an outline of your presentation before you try to create the presentation.
    3. Complete a first draft and then go back to edit, evaluate, and make any changes required.
    4. Use visual communication to further clarify and support the written part of your presentation. You could use example graphs, diagrams, photographs, flowcharts, maps, drawings, pictograms, tables, and Gantt charts.
    5. Animation and video clips should not be used for this speech. YouTube is not allowed.
SPCH 277 DeVry Week 6 Presentation with Narration Latest

SPCH 277 DeVry Week 6 Presentation with Narration Latest

 

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