In your presentation, include the following:
Include at least one type of visual aid in your presentation such as PowerPoint slides, diagrams, whiteboard, etc.
You are expected to explain the processes or concepts in your own words using references to support your explanations. Include a reference page at the end
and cite references verbally or using on-screen citations.
Use appropriate graduate-level terminology.
Include all necessary physiology and/or pathophysiology in your explanation.
Use detailed explanations to teach or explain. Your audience is your classmates, who are your professional colleagues.
Reference a minimum of two sources: Use APA format to style your visual aids and cite your sources. Include a reference page in your video.
Your presentation must include both audio and visual components and be professional in nature.
INCLUDE!!!! Visual Aids, please
Content- The introduction gets your attention and lays out the topic well. It establishes a strong framework for the rest of the presentation. The conclusion is
comprehensive and compelling. Presentation contains accurate and complete information. Ideas, facts, and information demonstrate a strong, confident
understanding of the material.
Organization- Information is presented in a clear, logical order with an apparent beginning, middle, and end. The speaker introduces the topic and identifies it
Visual Aid(s)- Use of visual aids/ images is appropriate. Materials are easy to read, interesting, and relevant to the content.
APA and Mechanics- The assignment consistently follows current APA format and is free from errors in formatting, citation, and references. No grammatical,
spelling, or punctuation errors. All sources are cited and referenced correctly.