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Week 7: Content Discussion (Performance Improvement Presentation Critique )
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Instructions
This is your chance to engage in a thoughtful, engaging, and civil discussion with your fellow students.  It also offers the opportunity to do a “dry run” of the presentation. Upload a video of you presenting the slides, an audio recording of your presentation, or provide your speaking notes/script.
Click Reply below to open a new thread, attach your PowerPoint presentation, and give instructions on how to review your presentation.  For example, if you have a video or audio file loaded to YouTube (use your APU NetID), provide the link.  If you have audio integrated into the PowerPoint file, explain how to access the audio.  Or if you have a script (either in the PowerPoint Notes or a separate text file), explain that.
Engagement
Review the Practicum presentations of at least five students to see the spectrum of topics, the recommendations presented and supporting data, and the presentation styles.
Analyze two Practicum presentations that were posted by students who studied similar organization issues. Select each student’s post and click the ‘Reply’ button.  Submit a 300-500 word response that provides thoughtful, informed, and objective feedback on the presentation. Alternately, you may provide your feedback in a 2-3 minute long video loaded to YouTube.
As a minimum, give an overall assessment of the presentation (in your opinion), highlight three strengths and three weaknesses of the presentation, and then post three questions you would ask of the presenter if you were able to be in the audience during the presentation.  High-level thinking will be rewarded.
Then provide feedback on the Practicum presentations of two more students. Submit a response of 100-300 words to each.  As a minimum, give an overall assessment of the presentation (in your opinion), highlight the greatest strength and biggest weakness of the presentation, and then post three questions you would ask of the presenter if you were able to be in the audience during the presentation.
Finally, respond to the feedback posted about your presentation by your fellow scholars.  As a minimum, I expect three “back and forth” posts of dialogue between you and other students.  Learning will take place if a good discussion ensues.
Evaluation
To view the grading rubric associated with this discussion, click the Options icon (3 dots) in the top right corner of the page, and select Show Rubric.


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