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Project Part 5- Narrated Presentation

In part 5 of your Capstone Project, the Narrated Presentation, you are creating a video or screencast presentation of your project. The Capstone Project Overview contains information on each of the sections and milestones for this course-long project.  (Note: You will also share your completed Narrated Presentation with your classmates in the Module 8 Discussion.)

Assignment Instructions

In this narrated presentation, you will present the key ideas and highlights of your capstone project.

For this assignment, please assume the audience is a leadership team within your organization. 

Include notes or a reference area that document your sources within your presentation. 

Your narrated presentation should be 2 – 3 minutes in length.

To ensure accessibility of your presentation, you will need to also include transcripts or closed captioning. A suggestion is to create your script prior to narrating or recording your presentation. You can then upload your script document as your transcript with your presentation file or URL.        

You may use a variety of tools including the Canvas video tool, PowerPoint with narration, the free versions of Screen-Cast-O-Matic, Zoom, Adobe Spark,or another tool or your choice.

For any online presentation tools that you use, be sure that (1) you have set the online viewing permissions so that your classmates and instructor will be able to view your presentation and (2) that you provide the presentation URL as part of your submission.

Submission Instructions

You may submit your deliverable as a file attachment, a media upload, or as a URL (for online presentation tools). Please also submit a transcript file with all audio/video submissions. For any online presentation tools that you use, be sure that your instructor will be able to view your presentation.  

Instructions for media uploads: 

Upload your media fileLinks to an external site.

Check your work and correct any spelling or grammatical errors. When you are ready to submit your work, click “Submit Assignment” in the upper right corner. If you are attaching a file, click on “Browse,” browse your computer, and select your file. Click “Open” and verify the correct file name has appeared next to the Browse button. Click on “Submit Assignment.” 

Narrated Presentation

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

15 pts

20 pts

20 pts

20 pts

15 pts

10 pts

Total Points: 100

15 pts

Exemplary

The selected topics are relevant, focused, and creative (one that is not traditionally looked at). A significance and need for research in this area is clearly and succinctly noted.

12 pts

Satisfactory

The selected topics are relevant but may be too broad or too narrow. A significance and need for research in this area is implied but should be more explicitly noted.

7 pts

Minimally Responsive

The selected topics may not be relevant or is not clearly stated. A significance and need for research in this area is unclear or missing.

0 pts

Unacceptable

There is no focused topics selected.

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome

Quality of Delivery (Narration)

20 pts

Exemplary

Narration is clear, well-articulated, well-paced, and appropriately projected. Visual aids are used creatively and appropriately to supplement the narration.

18 pts

Satisfactory

Narration is generally well-articulated, well-paced, and appropriately projected. Minor areas could have been clearer.

16 pts

Minimally Responsive

Messages are articulated verbally, but with inconsistencies in terms of pacing and/or projecting, making the video distracting. Visual aids are used, but do not necessarily supplement nor add clarity to video, or the connections are unclear.

0 pts

Unacceptable

Messages, if delivered verbally, were hardly audible or were not engaging.

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome

PO1(Oral): Prepare and deliver effective oral communications to shape organizational culture, resolve conflict, and relate information to diverse audiences.

20 pts

Exemplary

The content of the presentation is well organized and easy to follow, with the intended audience in mind (i.e., clear and relevant explanations are presented). Examples, details, and language are interesting and relevant, as well as used effectively to keep the audience engage and connected with the presentation. The narration is clear and well-articulated. There are no problems with spelling, punctuation, and grammar.

18 pts

Satisfactory

The content of the presentation is clear and easy to follow, with the intended audience in mind; however, further explanation of some ideas would enhance the clarity. Examples, details, and language are appropriate, though more relevant examples would facilitate a stronger connection with the audience. The narration is generally well articulated with minor spots of ambiguity. These problems and errors, however, are not serious enough to distract the audience.

16 pts

Minimally Responsive

The content of the presentation is difficult to follow, and is presented at too high or too low of a level for the intended audience, making it difficult to engage and connect with the audience. Although information is provided, it is unclear how the information is organized, and examples, details, and language are inappropriate or irrelevant for the audience. The narration may be provided, but does not supplement nor add clarity to the presentation. The organization of material should be reconsidered, and more details should be added.

0 pts

Unacceptable

The content of the presentation is incomplete and/or confusing. It appears that no consideration of the audience was taken into account. There is no narration to supplement the presentation.

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome

Connection with Audience

20 pts

Exemplary

The material is presented clearly with the intended audience in mind (i.e., clear and relevant explanations are presented). Examples, details, and language are interesting and relevant, as well as used effectively to keep the audience engaged and connected with the presentation.

18 pts

Satisfactory

The material is presented clearly with the intended audience in mind; however, further explanation of some ideas would enhance the clarity. Examples, details, and language are appropriate. More relevant examples would facilitate a stronger connection with the audience.

16 pts

Minimally Responsive

The material is presented at too high or too low of a level for the intended audience, making it difficult for the speaker to engage and connect with the audience. Examples, details, and language are inappropriate or irrelevant for the audience. Presentation indicates a lack of interest or confusion on the part of the presenter.

0 pts

Unacceptable

There is no consideration of the audience taken into account.

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome

Effective Use of Technology

15 pts

Exemplary

Various presentation props and tools are used creatively and effectively to enhance persuasion visually and auditorily, attracting audience with the natural and consistent flow from screen to screen throughout the entire delivery of the presentation.

12 pts

Satisfactory

Various presentation props and tools are used to enhance persuasion visually and auditorily. It may be overly stimulating at times, but not enough to take away from the persuasive message. The presentation generally attracts audience with a consistent flow from screen to screen throughout the entire delivery of the presentation.

7 pts

Minimally Responsive

Various presentation props and tools may be used, but in a choppy, disconnected way, distracting the audience away from the persuasive message at times. The flow from screen to screen is maintained, but is inconsistent and unnatural throughout the entire delivery of the presentation.

0 pts

Unacceptable

There is no variation of presentation props and tools used. The presentation is static, with little to no changes visually or auditorily.

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome

Control of Syntax, Mechanics, and APA Style (presentation and transcript)

10 pts

Exemplary

Choice of words and sentences demonstrate expertise in the field, using relevant key terms appropriately to convey messages in a natural way. There are no problems with spelling, punctuation, and grammar; APA style guidelines are followed accurately.

8 pts

Satisfactory

Choice of words and sentences demonstrate proficiency in the field, using relevant key terms appropriately to convey messages. There are minimal problems with spelling, punctuation, and grammar that should have been fixed. Problems and errors are not serious enough to distract the reader. APA style guidelines are followed, with only minor errors.

6 pts

Minimally Responsive

Choice of words and sentences demonstrate competence in the field, referring to relevant terms to convey messages, though at times forcibly, or not appropriately. There are problems with spelling, punctuation, and grammar, but not enough to interfere with the meaning. APA style guidelines are attempted with major errors.

0 pts

Unacceptable

Although ideas are presented, there is minimal usage of terms relevant and important to the field. There are significant problems with spelling, punctuation, and grammar that make it difficult to understand. APA style guidelines are not adhered to, which increases the risk of plagiarism.

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