I need a 15 slide powerpoint presentation on Sickle Cell Trait (SCT)Each student is required to prepare a PowerPoint presentation on an assigned medical condition pertaining to one of the body systems in chapters 5-12 of the textbook. special project will not be accepted late as the student will have several weeks to work on it.
The student must submit a PowerPoint presentation (PPTX or PPT) with narration (will look like the recorded lectures provided by the instructor). Only your voice is acceptable; you may not have someone else narrate for you. In addition, you are required to share your narrated presentation with the instructor and all classmates by uploading your creation to the Special Project discussion board, allowing it to be archived with class materials and the gradebook. Sharing your presentation to YouTube or Facebook does NOT meet project requirements.
The file name is to be “LastName-FirstName-ConditionName.” For example, if Ima Goodstudent did her presentation on sickle cell disease, her file name will be Goodstudent-Ima-Sickle-Cell-Disease. It’s a long file name, but that’s how your instructor needs it to be done. The instructor reserves the right to deduct points if the file name is not per standards.
Presentation: 50% of grade
Upload 2-3 (no more than 5) minute PowerPoint presentation to designated discussion board by deadline: 5%
Minimum of 15 slides or screens: 15%
Reference two websites: 5%
At least two illustrations: 5%
Easy to read and comprehend: 5%
PowerPoint presentation includes pre-recorded audio and is narrated by the student: 5%
Presentation audio is embedded into the presentation itself, not linked to different files, so the audio plays correctly on any computer. This is typically only an issue if the student uses PowerPoint 2007 or an earlier version.
Presentation auto-advances: 10%
This means that after the instructor starts the presentation, slides advance from one to the next automatically, without human intervention (using the keyboard and/or mouse).
It also means that after the instructor starts the presentation, the narration plays automatically, without human intervention (using the keyboard and/or mouse).
A presentation without any narration present will have 15% deducted from the final grade.
The student must submit a PPTX or PPT; 15% deducted from the final grade if another file format is submitted.
Required Technology for Special ProjectThe instructor reserves the right to approve or deny project proposals and to assess penalty points if a suitable proposal is not received by the deadline. Points may also be deducted if a student submits a presentation on a topic different from the one approved and if the presentation exceeds the time limit. Points may also be deducted for pronunciation and spelling errors.
You must produce PowerPoint presentation with narration, like a video or movie. Only your voice is acceptable; you may not have someone else narrate for you. Using your free copy of PowerPoint, which is part of Office 365, add narration by selecting Slide Show, Record Slide Show, Start Recording From Current Slide to record your audio directly into your PowerPoint presentation AND to set the timings for how long each slide should play. On the Record Slideshow Dialog Box, be sure to have checks next to "slide and animation timings" and "narrations, ink, and laser pointer" and then select Start Recording. Start talking and press ESCAPE after you finish your narration for that one slide. If you aren't happy with the narration on that one slide, delete the audio icon from that one slide and re-do. Save your presentation as a regular PowerPoint Presentation (PPTX or PPT) as there have been issues with other formats.