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Health Promotion Project, Part E: PowerPoint Presentation
Weekly Objectives 1, 4, and 5 are addressed in this assignment.
- Needed item: Sample PowerPoint
Using your teaching plan and keeping in mind your audience, create a PowerPoint presentation that will engage your audience and convey the key concepts you want to teach in order to meet your objectives. Use your teaching plan as your guide, making sure that you allow time to cover each of your state learning objectives. The slides should start with an introduction of who you are followed by a summary of what you are planning to teach (three learning objectives). Your final slide should list your references. That leaves 9 slides to dedicate to your content.
Important Note: Do not exceed 12 slides in total. Only content from the first 12 slides will be graded. Speaker notes, video, or audio links/notes are not required and will not count toward your grade. Please review the grading rubric for this assignment. Once you have created your PowerPoint, follow these steps:
- Save the PowerPoint (Copy 1) for the on-site presentation. Use this copy to create a PDF (six slides per page) for dissemination to your peers in Week 5 Discussion Post.
- Make a copy of the same PowerPoint (Copy 2) and add a voiceover narration for the purposes of practicing for your presentation and allowing your academic coach and faculty to grade your assignment. It may be helpful to write out your script of what you want to say before trying to narrate the slides. Below are two tutorials on adding narration to your PowerPoint presentation.
- Submit your voice-over narrated Powerpoint for grading in Week 4. You should practice this presentation over and over until you feel you are confident with the content. When nervous, it is easy to leave items out or to go too quickly through the content. Practice, practice, practice!