Learning Goal: I’m working on a health & medical discussion question and need guidance to help me learn.Title slide – 1 slide
Moderator introduction and overview of presentation – 1-2 slides
Moderator introduction of Section 1 team member
Section 1 – Air Pollution
Definition of air pollution – 1 slide
What are the primary causes of air pollution? – 1-2 slides
What are the effects of air pollution on the environment? – 1-2 slides
What are the negative health effects caused by air pollution? – 2-3 slides
Who is primarily affected by air pollution and how? – 1-2 slides
Conclusion – 1 slide
References – (as many slides as needed)
Moderator introduction of Section 2 team member
Section 2 – Water Pollution
Definition of water pollution – 1 slide
What are the primary causes of water pollution? – 1-2 slides
What are the effects of water pollution on the environment? – 1-2 slides
What are the negative health effects caused by water pollution? – 2-3 slides
Who is primarily affected by water pollution and how? – 1-2 slides
Conclusion – 1 slide
References – (as many slides as needed)
Moderator introduction of Section 3 team member
Section 3 – Land and Soil Pollution
Definition of land and soil pollution – 1 slide
What are the primary causes of land and soil pollution? – 1-2 slides
What are the effects of land and soil pollution on the environment? – 1-2 slides
What are the negative health effects caused by land and soil pollution? – 2-3 slides
Who is primarily affected by land and soil pollution and how? – 1-2 slides
Conclusion – 1 slide
References – (as many slides as needed)
Moderator introduction of Section 4 team member
Section 4 – Radioactive Pollution
Definition of radioactive pollution – 1 slide
What are the primary causes of radioactive pollution? – 1-2 slides
What are the effects of radioactive pollution on the environment? – 1-2 slides
What are the negative health effects caused by radioactive pollution? – 2-3 slides
Who is primarily affected by radioactive pollution and how? – 1-2 slides
Conclusion – 1 slide
References – (as many slides as needed)
Moderator introduction of Section 5 team member
Section 5 – Noise, Aesthetic and Light Pollution
Definition of noise, aesthetic and light pollution – 1 slide
What are the primary causes of noise, aesthetic and light pollution? – 1-2 slides
What are the effects of noise, aesthetic and light pollution on the environment? – 1-2 slides
What are the negative health effects caused by noise, aesthetic and light pollution? – 2-3 slides
Who is primarily affected by noise, aesthetic and light pollution and how? – 1-2 slides
Conclusion – 1 slide
References – (as many slides as needed)
Moderator Conclusion – 1 slide
Any additional references used for introductions and conclusion. – 1 slide if needed
The oral presentation should include at least 7 content slides
for each section. The moderator should include at least 7 slides
throughout the presentation. A blank template is located in the Course
Documents.
The moderator will show competency of the course outcome through
research and creation of the introductions, including the presentation
overview and section introductions, and the conclusion.
The individual slides for the oral presentation should have only 3-5
lines of text with 5-7 words per line. The fonts should be easy to read
and background needs to be easy on the eye. Avoid using colors that are
too bright and backgrounds that make it difficult to read the text.
Pictures and graphs are encouraged to support the information on your
slides, but not required.
Each slide should have speaker notes in the “Notes” area at the
bottom of each slide. The speaker notes should be written as your script
for the oral presentation. They should have a viewpoint and purpose
that is clearly established and sustained throughout the oral
presentation, and follow the conventions of Standard English, including
correct grammar, punctuation and mechanics.
The speaker notes also will need to be recorded as voice audio files
and added to each slide as if you are presenting to an audience. Be
sure to use clear enunciation, professional tone, and record in a quiet
space with no background noise (no T.V., music, barking dogs, children
or adult conversation, etc.).
Use exceptional oral delivery techniques in your voice recordings,
including proper word choice and oral expressiveness, and superior
content, organization and style to lead your audience toward a dynamic
and supported conclusion.
The total time of voice recordings for each team member’s section of the presentation should be no less than 3 minutes.