Read/review the following resources for this activity:
- Textbook: review Chapter 3, 6, 7
- Link (Word doc): Week 5 Assignment Template (Use this template to complete the assignment.)
- Minimum of 4 scholarly sources (in addition to the textbook lesson)
This week you continue the individual assignment, working toward completing your Week 7 PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoint Project Timeline
PowerPoint Topic and Organization
PowerPoint Outline Rough Draft
PowerPoint Outline Final Draft, Images, and Sources
Part A: Slide Analysis
Analyze the following three slides for what works well and what should be changed to improve each slide. Write a two-paragraph summary for each image using the following headings:
- Slide # What Works Well
- Slide # What Needs to be Improved
You will provide a two-paragraph analysis for each of the following three images, with a total analysis of six paragraphs.
Click on the arrow to see each slide.
Part B: Outline Rough Draft
As you continue to develop the outline for your PowerPoint presentation, you will be confirming your thesis, main ideas, and adding a fourth source to your list of sources to be used.
Include and submit the following components:
- 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.
- General topic, specific topic, and thesis statement
- Three main points with at least two working sub points that will make up the body of the speech
- Reference section with a minimum of four authoritative, outside scholarly sources
- These sources can include the source titles referenced during Week 4.
- 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.
Writing Requirements (APA format)
- Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page)
- 1-inch margins
- Double spaced
- 12-point Times New Roman font
- Title page
- References page (minimum of 4 scholarly sources)