Audio Visual Presentation:
In this Assignment, you will do some research regarding a product or service or an environmental initiative. Then, you will create an original presentation following the instructions below.
1) Prepare a PowerPoint presentation with audio no fewer than 12 and no more than 15 slides with speaker notes, and 3–4 bulleted points per slide, summarizing either:
An improvement to an existing product or service you have envisioned in the role of a product specialist at a company. You will present to the parent company’s marketing and sales department manager that produces the product or service.
An environmental initiative you would like to propose to your local town council for consideration. It can concern air quality, waste recycling, water quality, mitigation of embankments or lake areas to prevent floods, etc.
2) Make sure that your recorded audio explanation is clear and concise, such that the listener has sufficient information to initially approve your proposal.
3) Record the audio portion presenting your PowerPoint and include speaker notes below each slide in the notes section. Make sure your audio portion is not merely a reading of the slide bulleted points.
4) Submit your final audio-visual presentation to the Assignment Dropbox once you have checked your presentation for correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
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GB512: Unit 6 Assignment Grading Rubric
Unit 6 Assignment Grading Rubric Percent possible
Content per checklist
Addresses the checklist items and provides complete information demonstrating analysis and critical thinking:
Provides an original* 12 minimum to 15 maximum slide PowerPoint presentation with audio with 3–4 bulleted points per slide summarizing either an improvement of an existing product or service or an environmental initiative per the Assignment.
The recorded audio explanation is clear and concise such that the listener has sufficient information to initially approve the proposal.
The audio portion explains the shorter bulleted points, and is not merely a reading of the slide bulleted points. The audio speaker notes are presented below each of the slides in the notes section.
Proper grammar**, spelling, and punctuation are used and the correct audience is addressed.
Percent Total Points
*Any presentation found to contain more than 15% direct quote will be subject to scrutiny for violation of the University’s Policy of Academic Integrity and point deduction could be substantially higher depending upon the prevalence of direct quote. Any submission that is plagiarized or otherwise violates academic integrity will earn a grade of “0” and the incident will be reported to the Provost’s Office. **Any submission containing grammatical errors that are so serious as to interfere with delivery of the message earns a grade of 0. Serious grammatical errors include sentence errors – fragments, run-on sentences, comma splices. Further, errors in coherence, punctuation, organization, and logic have the potential to earn a grade of 0. Such errors present a serious
obstacle in conveying your ideas and submissions containing such errors cannot earn a passing grade. At the professor’s discretion, revisions may be permitted. Any submission that fails to address the topic given or the assignment goal will earn a grade of 0 and/or a request for revision by the instructor.