Complete PowerPoint Presentation for Diversity Awareness Course NO PLAGIARISM

SLIDE PRESENTATION

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(25% or 100 points) Due Monday, April 30 (late slides lose points)

I HAVE ATTACHED A DOCUMENT WITH KEY POINTS AND FORMATTING THAT HAS TO BE DONE WITH THIS POWER POINT PRESENTATION…PLEASE FOLLOW THEM CLOSELY!

Your learning objective for this assignment is to research the situation of one group in the USA that does not enjoy equal rights because of who they are. You are advocating for diversity appreciation and advocating for your group with a specific audience, so it is OK to take a position, but you must include research that supports your arguments. You must choose from the list below. If you want to present on a different group, please contact Dr. B before moving forward.

Elderly
Religious Group
Sexual Orientation
Race
Ethnicity
Differently Abled

You must think about your audience as the presentation is directed to them! Perhaps, I have an interest in elder rights and to educate about the richness they bring to society. I could present my research to a high school or college class or my city council members. So, after you choose your topic, collect your facts/demographic data, and images with your audience in mind. Go back to our workshops for inspiration.

Here is an example…I live in a town with many Syrian refugees. Our region is very homogeneous (white and Catholic). It’s a shock for some citizens to meet Muslim women in the grocery store or to see a group of Syrian men walking together.

I might do a presentation to the community that provides information about the war in Syria and the hardships these people went through to live safely. I then would illustrate the ways their presence in our community enriches life for all of us. My goals would be to (1) educate (2) break down barriers (3) build community (4) reduce stereotypes (5) create opportunities for friendship, neighborhood cooperation, etc.

Follow the guidelines we shared in the Research & Writing Workshop. The general rule is 6 information points with 6 words, and 1 image for each slide. Do not “waste” any slide by only having an image or a couple of bullet points. Twenty-one slides are the absolute minimum. Significant points will be lost for shorter presentations.

You need 20 slides minimum and then at least one slide for all your References. Please include a short citation at the bottom of each slide so we know the source right away.

Slides are due on Monday, so everyone has time to review and respond to your presentation. Late slides lose 10 points per day.

Refer to the Research & Writing Workshop on creating powerful slide presentations for guidance. If you have questions, contact Dr. B. (25% or 100 points)

GRADING RUBRIC

Overriding criteria:
originality and authenticity. If the presentation is discovered to be created by someone other than the student or written for another course, the issue will be sent to the Dean’s Office for sanction.

Slide Show Rubric

Standards

%

Length

Minimum 20 slides plus References slides

20

Introduction Slide

Clear, relevant, and realistic

5

Content

Clear overview of research highlights

20

Design

Follows 6×6 rule

10

background, font colors, graphics

10

avoids simple narration (text-heavy)

10

Conclusion Slide

Logically related to argument

10

References Slide

Properly formatted reference slide (APA 6/e)

10

Spelling & Grammar

Error free

5

Late Presentations lose 10 points per day