POWER-POINT

Submit Adobe Connect PresentationResources

  • Submit Adobe Connect Presentation Scoring Guide.
  • Peer Review Feedback.
  • Using Adobe Connect.

PLEASE USED THE SCORE GUIDE  AND POWER-POINT! PLEASE HAVE IT APA FORMAT, TIMES ROMAN 12 POINT FONT, CITATION, AND REFERENCES. THANK-YOU!

Create a PowerPoint presentation about your action research project. Record the presentation using Adobe Connect, and submit the video for review. Review the Adobe Connect Presentation Scoring Guide for grading criteria, and refer to the Using Adobe Connect page on iGuide for information on recording your presentation.

Design the presentation as if you were to deliver it to the constituencies in your organization. You will want to inform these constituents about the issue occurring within the organization and how your actions could help improve the organization. Additionally, suggest how they can collaborate with your effort. After watching or listening to your presentation, your audience should have a clear understanding of the project, the collaborators needed, and how they can participate.

Make your presentation interesting. It is your chance to engage your audience and deliver your message in a way that will make them want to support and be a part of your efforts. Carefully consider the pace, flow, and appearance of the presentation. Your verbal presentation should explain and enhance the visual message delivered by the slides. The best way to achieve this is to script your audio in advance; do not rely on your ability to wing it. Present visual information in clear and interesting ways. You can incorporate charts, graphics, et cetera, to make your presentation more professional and memorable.

Remember that this may be your only means of getting your message across and to get your proposal accepted! Below are tips for creating an effective presentation:

Introductory Slide

  • The introductory slide should guide the presentation.
  • Describe the purpose of the slide presentation.
  • Outline the presentation.
  • Use color and informative charts or graphs versus just words.
  • Use charts versus bullet points.

Organization

  • Use headings for each slide.
  • Slides should be logically organized.
  • Make sure font size is not too small.
  • Make sure background of slides is not too distracting, and use a good color scheme.
  • Do not put too much information on each slide.
  • Information presented should be read directly from slides.

Content

  • The study should be clearly described; there should be no clear problems with the design.
  • Be sure the research design matches the research question (or questions).
  • The proposal should have scientific merit and be rigorous enough for an action research project.
  • Include adequate literature review, along with introductory information and methods information.
  • Make sure no information is added in the methods and outcomes section that is not discussed in the introduction.
  • Make sure the data collection is detailed, and that it includes descriptive and analytical studies.
  • Make sure the data collection and program evaluation align with the research question and design.

Audio

  • The audio should be neither too soft nor too loud.

You should include at least 10–15 slides, and your presentation should be at least 15–20 minutes in length.

Note: In this unit’s first discussion, you will need to provide feedback on your own presentation, as well as a fellow learner’s presentation, and submit a feedback form for each review. You will also reflect on the review experience in Unit 10.


Due Date:
 End of Unit 9.
Percentage of Course Grade: 20%.

Inform constituents about the issue occurring within the organization.
20%
Does not inform constituents about the issue occurring within the organization. Provides incomplete information about the issues occurring within the organization. Informs constituents about the issue occurring within the organization. Informs constituents about the issue occurring within the organization in an organized, compelling, and professional manner. Deliver a clear explanation of the project, including actions that will help improve the organization.
20%
Does not deliver a clear explanation of the project, including actions that will help improve the organization. Delivers an imprecise explanation of the project. Delivers a clear explanation of the project, including actions that will help improve the organization. Delivers a clear yet detailed explanation of the project highlighting specific actions that will help improve the organization. Communicate the need for collaboration and how the audience can participate.
20%
Does not communicate the need for collaboration and how the audience can participate Appeals for collaboration with minimal information on how the audience can participate. Communicates the need for collaboration and how the audience can participate. Communicates persuasively, in a professional manner, the need for collaboration and how the audience can participate. Incorporate visual aids to make a presentation more professional and memorable.
20%
Does not incorporate visual aids to make a presentation more professional and memorable. Incorporates minimal or unimportant visual aids in a presentation. Incorporates visual aids to make a presentation more professional and memorable. Incorporates coherent and useful visual aids to make a presentation more professional and memorable. Successfully communicate dissertation proposal objectives to the audience.
20%
Does not successfully communicate dissertation proposal objectives to the audience. Communicates dissertation proposal objectives to the audience, but the presentation lacks critical elements. Successfully communicates dissertation proposal objectives to the audience.

Successfully and succinctly communicates dissertation proposal objectives to the audience in a scholarly and professional manner.

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9–15 slide PowerPoint presentation on crimes in three categories: against property, against persons, and against public order.

As you work with your teammates, each member should be actively involved in the discussions and work, supporting each other and assisting in the workload. Also, each team member should be willing to resolve differences professionally and ethically and work towards the common goal. Note that the material required for each portion of the presentation will be different: some portions may require more research and others may need more slides. Try to divide the work equitably and do not be hesitant to share information with your teammates.

This Assignment is unique in that it is a team Assignment. You will be graded, not only on the PowerPoint, but also on your ability to work with and within your group.

Project Details

In your Final Project, you will look at crimes in three categories: against property, against persons, and against public order. From the list below, select three crimes, one from each category. In a 9–15 slide presentation, respond to the following questions for each of the three crimes that you select:

  1. Define the elements of the crime, including the actus reusand mens rea for each crime. Make sure to cite a state criminal statute for each crime.
  2. Identify whether the crime can be classified as a crime against property, crime against person, or a crime against public order and why the crime is so classified.
  3. Describe a factual scenario, either fictional or true in fact, in which the crime is committed. Should there be different penalties for crimes against property, people, and public order? Why? Do you believe that crimes in one category are more serious? Support your argument with examples as to why these crimes are similar or different.
  4. Referring to your factual scenario, how would a person’s ideas about multiculturalism and diversity impact the penalties for the crime? For example, depending on the crime a defendant’s sentence might be decided by either a judge or a jury. Based on the particular juror or judge’s socio-economic, cultural or religious backgrounds, do you think that these individuals have certain opinions as to how stringent a defendant’s sentence should be?
  5. Provide your opinion as to whether judges should be given wide discretion in determining the appropriate sentence for a defendant.

You may use the Model Penal Code definitions as outlined in your text, or select specific statutes from the Federal or a state criminal code. However, make sure you clearly identify the elements as outlined in that statute. It is suggested that you separate your responses for each scenario with headings in your presentation.

Remember to answer each of the questions above for each of the scenarios you select and, when referring to your text or other sources, clearly cite your sources both on the slides in your presentation and on the reference slide.

List of Crimes

  1. Kidnapping
  2. First-degree murder
  3. Forgery
  4. Arson
  5. Disorderly conduct
  6. Prostitution

Note: This Assignment requires outside research. Use at least two credible sources beyond the text material and discuss how you evaluated the credibility of the resources used. You may consult the Kaplan Online Library, the Internet, the textbook, other course materials, and any other outside resources in supporting your task, using proper citations in APA style.