Class_14: SDL Presentation Workshop
Summary: Your worked in groups to discuss your self-directed learning paper, we set individual goals for finishing your paper. Then, you learned about the presentation guidelines with the assessment document attached and viewed the three sample presentations by former students (also attached below). Please watch the video below before making your slideshow. It will help you.
Stratvert, K. (2020, July 24). How to properly present PowerPoint slides in Zoom [Video]. Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNOZRa089-U
Guidelines for your Presentation that are not included in the document.
1. Your talk should be about 8-10 minutes and then 3-5 minutes for questions, comments, and answers.
2. It is good to practice your presentation several times on ZOOM so you can focus on your content while speaking to the camera.
3. There are usually 16 to 20 slides.
4. Your reference page is single-spaced with APA formatting.
5. Please include in-text citations such as parenthetical citations (Miller, 2021, par. 3). You can also do narrative in-text citations like Miller (2021) suggested that…
6. Here are two free websites where you can download free and beautiful images and pictures:
Homework due by PowerPoint via email by Tuesday, 07/26/2022 at 7 PM via email:
1. Do your best on preparing for your presentation slideshow with images and cite in APA references and in-text citations. The Word document of the presentation guidelines is useful to follow while adding content and your script in notes in the PowerPoint based on synthesizing your notes. Please be on time to send your submission so that you can get feedback on your presentation on Class_15.
2. Don’t forget to write your three questions in your Google Document for Class_14
3. Your ZOOM Presentation Guidelines and Useful Presentation Phrasebook documents:
Here are some excellent self-directed learning midterm reports and their corresponding final presentations to help you think about what aspect of self-directed learning you would like to write and present.