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COMM 3306
Dr. Natalia Matveeva
Assignment 3: Business Presentation
Type
Individual
Note: Complete your work for Assignment 3 (A3) in this file. Simply rename this file based on
the guidelines below. Remove pp. 1-4 when you are ready to submit your final draft.
Situation
Your manager has reviewed all submitted proposals and have selected your plan to be presented at
the town hall meeting in a few days. They have asked you (This is your individual task.) to prepare a
PowerPoint presentation and present your ideas to the rest of the staff members.
Task
Choose verbal and visual content for and design your presentation. Create a PowerPoint presentation
(about 11-12 slides) with narration (a recorder voice-over). Create a clear full-sentence
outline/script that must be completed in the table below. The outline will serve as a script that
you will use for this presentation.
See additional resources on recording narration below.
You can use pictures from Microsoft Clip Art Gallery (http://office.microsoft.com/enus/images/?CTT=97), ARTstor under the UHD Library Databases, and/or Google Images (Click
Settings, then Advanced Search. Select Free to Use or Share in Usage Rights.). Convert the
presentation into an mp4 video. Post the video on Vimeo.com. See instructions and additional
resources on how to complete these tasks below. NOTE: When uploading your presentation, under
Privacy Settings, choose Only People with a Password. Type 3306 and use it as your password. In the
footers of your PowerPoint slides (except the title slide), provide the date of your presentation,
your name, and the slide number.
Present the contents of your collaborative proposal and include the following slides:
o Title slide (a clear title of your proposal with keywords, your full name and company
affiliations, the name of the company, and the date of your presentation)
o Overview (the titles of all your slides)
o Recent Changes
o Current Situation or Problem Statement
o Relevant Research on the Topic
o Proposed Research Tasks
o Schedule of Tasks (a schedule chart)/Timeline
o Qualifications
o Budget (a budget table)
o Project summary and benefits
o Question slide
Avoid Plagiarism. Give credit to all sources that you use. Use quotation marks if borrowing any text.
You do not need to provide a slide with References as you have provided the list in your
proposal. At the same time, if you use direct quotations or paraphrase research data in your
presentation, please use correct in-text citations. Here are examples:
Direct quoting: “Usability plays a role in each stage of the design process” (Nielsen, 2012,
par. 14).
2
OR
Paraphrasing: Usability testing is important in each stage of the design process (Nielsen,
2012, par. 14).
List all your sources at the end of your presentation. Document them using the APA citation style:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ . See additional resources below.
See “APA Citations” and “APA Quoting” in Additional Resources listed below.
Your Audience
The primary audience for your presentation will be all employees of the company.
Document Checklist and Final Grading Rubric
Before you submit your final draft, read the attached document checklist and the final grading
rubric which will be used to evaluate your work. Make all necessary corrections. If your document
satisfies all the criteria, then your presentation deserves an A. Overall, these additional documents
will help you make sure that your assignments are complete.
Submission Guidelines
NOTE: For specific due dates, please consult our schedule.
Tasks
Where to
File name (examples)
submit
1st
Submit
3306_LastNameF_A3_ddMonyy
draft
Assignments Ex.:
3306_MatveevaN_A3_30Sep19
File format
docx
2nd
draft
Submit
Assignments
AND
Discussions
3306_LastNameF_A3_ddMonyy
Ex.:
3306_MatveevaN_A3_10Oct19
docx
Peer
review
Submit
Assignments
AND
Discussions
3306_LastNameF_A3_PR_ddMony
y
Ex.:
3306_MatveevaN_A3_PR_15Oct19
docx
Deliverables (pages
in one file)
1. A full-sentence
outline/script
(See the page
below.)
2. peer review form
(empty)
3. document
checklist
4. final grading
rubric
1. a Word file with a
link to a converted
video on Vimeo
and your fullsentence outline
(the one you have
created for A3D1)
2. peer review form
(empty)
3. document
checklist
4. final grading
rubric
Peer review form (See
specific instructions
below.)
3
Final
draft
Submit
Assignments
3306_LastNameF_A3_ddMonyy
Ex.:
3306_MatveevaN_A3_30Oct19
docx
1. a Word file with a
link to a converted
video on Vimeo
and your fullsentence outline
(See the page
below.)
2. document
checklist
3. final grading
rubric
Additional Resources on How to Create Your Presentation
1. Conducting library research and documenting your sources
Watch:


APA Quoting, by PPCC Writing Center eLearning Series (6 min.):

APA Citations, by PPCC Writing Center eLearning Series (8 min.):

2. Creating effective slides
Watch:
• “Life after Death by PowerPoint” by Don McMillan (10 min.):

• Slides must be clear and present key points only. Use effective visual aids.
• All bulleted lists must be parallel: http://www.ewriteonline.com/how-and-why-tomake-your-lists-parallel-and-what-does-parallel-mean/.
3. Adding narration to your presentation
Read:
• “Record a slide show with narration and slide timings”
https://support.office.com/en-us/article/record-a-slide-show-with-narration-andslide-timings-0b9502c6-5f6c-40ae-b1e7-e47d8741161c
• “2 Keys to Great Narration Voice-Overs”

• Here is the general procedure for such a recording (PowerPoint 2013):
o In PowerPoint 2013, click Slide Show, then Record Slide Show. Record your
narration segment by clicking on Start Recording from Beginning. At the end of
the presentation, click End Show (Save the narration.). The file will be big. You
can now convert it to an mp4 file and post it on Vimeo. See instructions below.
4. Converting your PowerPoint presentation into a video
Read:
• “Turn your presentation into a video”
https://support.office.com/en-us/article/turn-your-presentation-into-a-videoc140551f-cb37-4818-b5d4-3e30815c3e83
5. Posting your video on Vimeo.com
a. Sign up for a free account on https://vimeo.com/: click Join. Choose Vimeo Basic (it is
free).
b. Read:
• “How to Post Your Video to Vimeo”

How to Post Your Video to Vimeo

NOTE: When uploading your presentation, under Privacy Settings, choose Only People
with a Password. Type 3306 and use it as your password.
COMM 3306
Dr. Natalia Matveeva
Assignment 3: Business Presentation
Delete pp. 1-3 of this assignment description when you are ready to submit your final draft of
Assignment 3. Provide information in the table below:
A link to your presentation (Paste your link here.)
on Vimeo
Note: The link should be short,
for example,
https://vimeo.com/284425528.
Full-sentence Outline
Fill out the table below and add additional rows as needed. Use complete sentences and
correct grammar and punctuation. Support your claims with factual evidence based on your
secondary research from the proposal.
Parts
Slide 1. Title slide (a
clear title of your
proposal with
keywords, your full
name and company
affiliations, the name of
the company, and the
date of your
presentation)
Introduce your topic.
Slide 2. Overview (the
titles of all your slides)
Provide an overview of
your presentation.
Slide 3. Recent
Changes
Discuss recent changes
made to the company
website.
Transition
Tell us what you will
discuss next.
Slide 4. Current
Situation or Problem
Statement
Full-sentence Outline/Script
(Type your content here.)
Explain the current
situation and discuss
why the problem needs
to be addressed. State
your position (thesis
statement) on the issue:
how do you plan to
address the issue?
Transition
Tell us what you will
discuss next.
Slide 5. Relevant
Research on the
Topic
Present any relevant
research on the topic.
What is the effect of
good web design on a
company’s bottom line
and customer
satisfaction? How can a
company better address
customers’ concerns
with a website?
Transition
Tell us what you will
discuss next.
Slide 6. Proposed
Research Tasks
List and briefly discuss
all proposed research
tasks.
Transition
Tell us what you will
discuss next.
Slide 7. Schedule of
Tasks (a schedule
chart)/Timeline
Show your timeline and
briefly discuss when you
plan to complete major
tasks.
Transition
Tell us what you will
discuss next.
Slide 8. Qualifications
List and discuss your
major qualifications for
completing this project.
Transition
Tell us what you will
discuss next.
Slide 9. Budget (a
budget table)
List and briefly discuss
your projected budget
for this project.
Transition
Tell us what you will
discuss next.
Slide 10. Project
Summary and
Benefits
This is your conclusion.
Summarize the major
points of this
presentation and
discuss major benefits of
the project.
Slide 11: Question
slide
List the word
“Questions?” on the slide
and ask your audience if
they have any questions
about the project.
COMM 3306
Dr. Natalia Matveeva
Assignment 3: Business Presentation
Peer Review
1. Cut and paste this review in a new WORD file. Name the file according to the file naming
procedures specified above.
2. Go to Discussions and locate any available 2nd draft of A3 prepared by one of your classmates. If
possible, select the one that does not have a completed peer review. Respond to the post and let
the person know that you will review his/her draft. Save the draft on your computer and open
the link to the presentation.
3. Evaluate the video by responding to the prompts in this peer review. Save your responses in
your file.
4. Go to Discussions. Respond to your classmate’s original post and attach your review to your
reply.
5. Go to Submit Assignments. Choose the corresponding tab and submit your peer review for your
instructor’s evaluation.
Your classmate’s name (Author of the draft):
Your name (Reviewer):
Oral Presentation
Elements
Context,
Audience,
and Purpose
Organization
and Content
Development
Voice and
Prompts
Does the document respond to the assignment
description?
Is the file named correctly?
Does the video present relevant information on the
topic?
o Title slide (a clear title of your proposal with
keywords, your full name and company
affiliations, the name of the company, and the
date of your presentation)
o Overview (the titles of all your slides)
o Recent Changes
o Current Situation or Problem Statement
o Relevant Research on the Topic
o Proposed Research Tasks
o Schedule of Tasks (a schedule chart)/Timeline
o Qualifications
o Budget (a budget table)
o Benefits of the Project
o Question slide
Is the presentation well organized? Is information
presented logically and clearly?
Does the video refer to external sources?
Do those sources reputable?
Do the slides present the right amount of
information?
Does the classmate provide the date of the
presentation, his/her name, and the slide number
in the footers of the presentation?
Is narration clear?
YES, NO, or
NOT SURE.
Please, explain
briefly.
Speed
Visual
Design and
Formatting
Style and
Editing
Is narration well-paced?
Do the slides present the right amount of
information?
Do margins, columns, and negative space around
content enhance navigation, readability, and
aesthetics?
Does the use of treatments (bold, underline (*for
links only), italic, or color) enhance readability and
aesthetics?
Does the classmate use appropriate visual aids (a
table and a schedule chart)?
Are visual aids relevant and powerful?
Are there any problems with style, grammar,
punctuation, or mechanics?
Are bulleted list parallel? (Each item start the same
way. See a resource in Additional Resources
above.):
Are the external sources documented correctly
(specifically, in-text citations)?
Required!!! Provide written suggestions on how the video can be improved (100-200
words):
DOCUMENT CHECKLIST
Assignment 3: Business Presentation
Your name:
NOTE: Your instructor will highlight areas that need improvement.
Deliverables
✓ The file is named correctly.
✓ The documents appear in the correct order:
1. A link to a video on Vimeo
2. A full-sentence outline
3. Document checklist
4. Final grading rubric
Context, Audience, and Purpose
✓ Your documents respond to the assignment description for Assignment 3.
✓ The problem is presented in a way that the reader can understand and appreciate.
✓ You justify to your audience the need to implement your proposal.
✓ The appropriate level of detail is given (appropriate assessment of audience’s knowledge and concerns).
Organization and Content Development
✓ You have used the organization suggested by lectures and additional handouts.
✓ Your presentation has the following slides: Title slide (a clear title of your proposal with keywords, your full
name and company affiliations, the name of the company, and the date of your presentation), Overview (the
titles of all your slides), Recent Changes, Current Situation or Problem Statement, Relevant Research on the
Topic, Proposed Research Tasks, Schedule of Tasks (a schedule chart)/Timeline, Qualifications, Budget (a
budget table), Benefits of the Project, Question slide.
✓ In the footers of your PowerPoint slides, you provide the date of presentation, your name, and the slide
number.
Voice and Speed
✓ All points are clearly articulated.
✓ The presentation is well-paced.
Visual Design and Formatting
✓ Pages look neat. The document is single-spaced.
✓ Major divisions are clear visually. The appearance of headings and subheadings establishes a hierarchy among
parts.
✓ The use of treatments (bold, underline, italic, or color) enhances readability and aesthetics.
✓ Columns and negative space around headings enhance navigation, readability, and aesthetics.
✓ The use of lists is helpful and appropriate to the reader.
✓ You use readable and consistent fonts.
✓ The slides in the presentation are well designed and present the right amount of information.
✓ You use appropriate visual aids (a table and a schedule chart).
Style and Editing
✓ You use correct grammar and punctuation (plus no misspellings or typos).
✓ All lists are parallel (See a resource in Additional Resources above.)
✓ The secondary sources are documented using the APA citation style.
Projected Grade and Comments
Grade
A
B
C
D
F
Plus
100 99 98 97
89 88 87
79 78 77
69 68 67
59-0
Full
96 95 94 93
86 85 84 83
76 75 74 73
66 65 64 63
Minus
92 91 90
82 81 80
72 71 70
62 61 60
Comment:
Issues of Grammar and Mechanics:
□ Comma splices and/or fused sentences
□ Fragments
□ Missing commas with introductory clauses and elements
□ Typos and misspelled words
□ Misused words
FINAL GRADING RUBRIC
Assignment 3: Business Presentation
Your name:
Criteria
Exemplary
The employees
of the company…
Competent
Adequate
Inadequate
Unacceptable
□ will clearly
understand
your plan of
actions and will
eagerly
participate in
the project
because your work …
□ will understand
your plan of
actions, but
may need some
clarifications
□ will have some
difficulties
understanding
your plan of
actions and will
ask you for major
clarifications
□ will not
understand
your plan of
actions
□ will
disregard
your
presentation
Context,
Audience, and
Purpose
□ Demonstrates
mostly thorough
consideration of
context,
audience, and
purpose and a
mostly clear
focus on the
assigned tasks.
□ Demonstrates some
awareness of
context, audience,
purpose, and to the
assigned tasks, e.g.,
begins to show
awareness of
audience’s
perceptions and
assumptions.
□ Demonstrates
minimal
attention to
context,
audience,
purpose, and to
the assigned
tasks.
□ Is either
mostly
incomplete or
does not
satisfy any
criteria for the
assignment.
□ Presents most of
the conventional
information for
the genre.
□ Demonstrates
consistent use of
important
conventions
particular to a
specific
discipline and/or
writing tasks,
including visual
design and
formatting.
□ Presents some of the
conventional
information for the
genre.
□ Follows some
expectations
appropriate to a
specific discipline
and writing tasks for
basic visual design
and formatting.
□ Lacks the
conventional
information for
the genre.
□ Attempts to use
a consistent
system for basic
presentation.
□ Is mostly
accurate and
grammatically
correct, with
some minor
problems.
B
89 88 87
86 85 84 83
82 81 80
□ Is somewhat
accurate, but has
major grammatical
errors and other
problems.
□ Is inaccurate
and
grammatically
incorrect, with
major
problems.
D
69 68 67
66 65 64 63
62 61 60
Organization
and Content
Development
Visual Design
and Formatting
Style and Editing
Final Grade
Plus
Full
Minus
□ Demonstrates a
thorough
understanding of
context,
audience, and
purpose that is
responsive to the
assigned tasks
and focuses all
elements of the
work.
□ Presents the
conventional
information for
the genre.
□ Demonstrates
detailed
attention to and
successful
execution of a
wide range of
conventions
particular to a
specific writing
task including
visual design and
formatting.
□ Is accurate and
grammatically
correct.
A
100 99 98 97
96 95 94 93
92 91 90
C
79 78 77
76 75 74 73
72 71 70
Adapted from: Association of American Colleges and Universities. Written Communication Value Rubric. 10 Apr. 2010 < http://www.aacu.org/value/rubrics/inde x_p.cfm?CFID=27 55627 1&CFTOKEN=48470209>.
F
59-0

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