This week, you will create a PowerPoint presentation to help you prepare for your Final Paper. Submit a 10-slide (excluding title and reference slides) PowerPoint presentation that provides an overview of your research thus far for your Final Paper. Utilize at least four to five peer-reviewed sources published within the last five years, cited according to APA format as outlined. These should be sources that you have acquired for use in your Final Paper and should be cited on a reference slide. Refer to the Final Paper prompt in Week Six of your course or the “Components of Course Evaluation” section of this guide for more description of the elements listed below.
Your Powerpoint presentation must include:
I. Title Slide
a. Student’s name
b. Course title/number
c. Instructor’s name
a. Statement of Problem
III. Research Sources
a. An analysis of at least two published research studies related to your chosen topic
V. Reference slide
a. All citations must be in APA format
Your PowerPoint presentation slides must:
1. Be sequenced and organized clearly.
2. Have a clear, logical progression of ideas.
3. Have bullet points or short sentences, not dense paragraphs.
4. Have relevant visuals, such as graphs, tables, data summaries, sound and/or animation which enhance understanding of concepts, ideas, and relationships.
5. Have a consistent theme, format, and font which augment the readability.
For tips on creating an excellent presentation, read this overview.
You must submit a Word document that contains the same information as your title slide, so your instructor can provide you with feedback on your presentation.
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