RPP Visual Presentation Assignment
For this assignment, you will construct a visual presentation reflecting the argument you crafted in the Research Position Paper. You must use the same topic from the Research Project.
You will find or create images, graphics, video, tables, etc. that express your argument visually. The visuals you select will be combined with a limited amount of text to create a visual presentation of your RPP argument. You will use presentation software, such as Prezi (Links to an external site.), Google Slides (Links to an external site.), or PowerPoint, to create the presentation. (Slides should include a mixture of images and text; avoid making the slides too text heavy.)
Additionally, you will narrate your presentation; each slide should have your voice recording, presenting as you would if you were in front of your peers. (Make sure you have a microphone on your computer. See the instructions in our module, and allow plenty of time to work with the technology. If you’re in Weatherford, the library has staff who can walk you through this process.)
Step 1 – Prepare your technology
Decide which presentation software you will use for the visual presentation and make sure that you understand how to use it. Google Slides, Prezi, and PowerPoint are fairly accessible formats.
As this assignment requires narration (aka voiceover), make sure you have a working microphone on your computer or phone. How to include narration (voiceover) in your presentation
Step 2 – Organize the presentation
Decide how you will present your argument to your audience. The presentation must include:
Introduction (Provide background information, explain the problem)
Central Claim (Introduce your argument)
Supporting Reasons (Explain each supporting reason)
Supporting Evidence (Back up the reasons with research)
Counterargument and rebuttal (Address a counterargument and provide a rebuttal)
Conclusion (Bring the presentation’s idea together and emphasize the central claim)
Works Cited page or slide in MLA format
The presentation with narration should be a minimum of 5 minutes long and a maximum of 10 minutes long. The presentation should include a minimum of 8-10 slides (not including the Works Cited), though you may include more slides if necessary.
Step 3 – Identify meaningful visuals
Select or create visuals to support the presentation’s argument. Visuals (images, graphics, videos, charts, tables, etc.) should enhancing the viewer’s understanding of the information presented (i.e. avoid randomly selecting meaningless images to fill the page).
Make note of the citation information for any visuals you find; all sources must be cited appropriately, including visuals.
Step 4 – Design
Follow design principles to create a visually pleasing presentation that express the intended argument clearly.
Avoid text-heavy slides; slides should effectively balance visuals with text.
Step 5 – Narration
Record your narration (voiceover) for the presentation. Each slide should include recorded audio of you speaking. Speak as if you though you are presenting in front of the class.
Step 6 – Proofreading
Proofread your presentation, and check that the audio aligns correctly.
Your submission must include a Works Cited page in MLA format that provides complete citations for all outside sources utilized for the project. This includes any visuals taken from outside sources.
Visual Presentation Evaluation Criteria:
RPP argument is presented in an appropriate visual format
Visuals are purposeful and effectively supports the argument
Narration is clear, timed effectively with slides, enhances the presentation
Argument is easily identifiable and specific, significant and arguable
Textual evidence is credible and effectively supports the argument
Design elements are used effectively (color, text, layout, audio, etc.)
Appropriate rhetorical appeals are used to effectively to persuade the specified audience to accept the central claim
Attributes all source material on a Works Cited page formatted in MLA Style
5-10 minutes in length; a minimum of 8-10 slides (more are allowed)
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