Provide an opportunity to further explore a personality theory, theorist, or test that they find especially interesting.

  •  Final PowerPoint Project
    Objective: The Final PowerPoint Project is designed to:
  • Provide an opportunity to further explore a personality theory, theorist, or test that they find especially interesting.
  • Provide reinforcement and elaboration of textual material related to this personality theory, theorist, or test.
  • Provide an opportunity to review other research and findings of personality theory, theorist, or test.
  • Extend critical thinking, quantitative, and communication skills.
  • Item   Final PowerPoint Project Guidelines
  • Create a Final PowerPoint project from researching more about personality theory, theorist, or test identified in the textbook.
  • The PowerPoint project should be a minimum of 15 slides in length  (1 title slide, 13 information/content slides, and 1 References slide).
  • Use quotation marks when quoting and cite appropriately when  quoting or paraphrasing. APA 6th ed. writing style should be used when  citing references in context.
  • 2 references (minimum) in addition to your textbook are to be  used, therefore, a minimum total of 3 references. For the references  slide, APA 6th Ed. writing style should also be used.
  • This rubric  is provided and will serve as a guide for designing the project and for  grading purposes. The maximum total of points available for this  project is 200 points.
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