这是一篇关于Reflective Presentation delivered live with slides submitted to Pathways VLE via Turn-it-in（反思演示通过幻灯片提交到路径VLE）的作业代写
What do you need to do for this assessment?
You are required to plan, prepare, and deliver a 10-minute presentation for your module tutor and a small group of students about the Extended Project you have been working on in this module. The aim of this presentation is to provide your audience with key information about this project (i.e. the aims of your project, the research you have undertaken, your key findings), and to reflect on what you have learned through working on it, including challenges you faced and how you have overcome them.
The presentation will take place online, and your teacher will send you a link to an online call (on either Zoom or Teams) three days prior to the assessment. Please make sure you check your email and if you have not received the link, please inform your teacher immediately. The invitation will include information about the specific time when you must join the call. Please make sure you have checked the microphone and video camera on the device you will use to take the assessment prior to the assessment. We recommend you use a laptop, not a phone or a tablet for this assessment. As far as possible please make sure you have a reliable internet connection for the duration of this assessment.
On the day of the assessment, at a time specified in the invitation to the call, your teacher will open the call, and after all students have joined in, the assessment will begin. Please note that the presentation will be recorded. The recording will only be used for marking purposes and quality assurance reviews.
For this assessment you should make use of the following formative activities that you have already completed. These activities have been designed to support this summative assessment:
- Your written report
- Tutor feedback on your written report
- Peer feedback on your written report from your fellow students
This is an individual assessment so you should complete it by yourself.
Before you submit this assessment, you will have an opportunity to receive feedback from your peers (other students in the class). You will also be expected to give feedback to your peers on their presentations. Your tutor will arrange a time for you to share and discuss your progress with your classmates. Please make sure you consider your peer feedback carefully as you may find that suggestions made by your fellow students will help you make your final submission more effective. Please also be considerate and careful when you are providing feedback to your peers – try to be constructive, not just critical.
Your presentation should follow a logical structure, as shown in the example below:
Research Topic: e.g. How significant is the threat of antibiotic resistance to society?
- Why did you choose this topic?
- What were some of the initial challenges with this project?
- How did you decide on the direction of your research?
- Which questions were you trying to answer in your project?
- How did you look for sources?
- What kind of sources could you find?
- Which sources were particularly useful?
- What did you find difficult about finding and reading sources?
- What were your main findings for Research Question 1? Provide evidence and citations.
- What were your main findings for Research Question 2? Provide evidence and
- What were your main findings for Research Question 3? Provide evidence and citations.
- Are there any implications for further research in this area?
- What was your experience on this course and what did you enjoy or didn’t enjoy about your work on this project?
- Which skills have you learnt? Which skills will be useful for you when you start your university course?
- Is there anything you would have done differently, given what you now know?
- What kind of feedback did you get from your teacher during the process? How did you act on this?
List the sources you referred to in your presentation here.
Theory and/or task resources required for the assessment:
You are reporting the findings of your research for the written report. So, part of this presentation is a summary of the work you did for your report. The other part of this is a reflection on your learning experience on the course. Your tutors will offer you opportunities to reflect on your learning experience throughout the module.
You must conform to APA referencing conventions and include a reference list at the end of your presentation.
10 minutes. If you speak for too long or not long enough, you might lose marks (so make sure you practise so you can keep within the time limit).
Learning Outcomes Assessed:
- Find, select, and use appropriate and reliable sources to inform research and accurately observe referencing conventions
- Make a PowerPoint presentation about the Extended Project
- Present project outcomes effectively in writing and verbally, complying with academic convention for the genre and using appropriate linguistic register and subject-specific language
- Communicate information clearly and effectively both orally and/or in writing, employing techniques to engage an audience, i.e. use of visuals
- Reflect on and develop learning skills and strategies
You must include the following paragraph on your title page:
I confirm that this assignment is my own work. Where I have referred to academic sources, I have provided in-text citations and included the sources in the final reference list.
You must submit your final PowerPoint presentation electronically via the VLE module page by the deadline stated above. You must also attend your scheduled presentation delivery session.
Your submission must meet the following requirements:
- Include an appropriate header at the top of each slide
- Include a title slide with the following information:
- Module Code (e.g. FC300C)
- Class/Group (e.g. Group A)
- Module Title (e.g. Extended Project)
- Assessment Type (e.g. Extended Project Presentation)
- Module Tutor Name
- Student ID Number
- Date of Submission
- Use Harvard or APA referencing conventions throughout your presentation
- You must type your assessment in Arial font 11, with single spacing
If you do not submit your PowerPoint presentation by the deadline, or if you fail to deliver your presentation live, you may lose marks, or your presentation may not be accepted.
How to avoid academic misconduct
You should follow academic conventions and regulations when completing your assessed work. If there is evidence that you have done any of the following, whether intentionally or not, you risk getting a zero mark:
Plagiarism & poor scholarship
- stealing ideas or work from another person (experts or students)
- using quotations from sources without paraphrasing and using citations
- working together with someone else on an individual assessment, e.g., your work is corrected, rephrased or added to by another (both parties would be guilty)
Buying or commissioning work
- submitting work as your own that someone else produced (whether you paid for it or not)
- copyingthe work of another student
- using resources or aids that are not permitted for the assessment
- submitting work, e.g., laboratory work, which is partly or completely made up. This includes claiming that work was done by yourself alone when it was actually done by a group
- claiming to be another student and taking an assessment instead of them (both parties guilty)
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