BCIS / COSC – Final Exam Project
Power Point Presentation
Your PowerPoint Presentation topic is your career choice.
PowerPoint Research Presentation Requirements
1. You will develop a PowerPoint presentation a minimum of 10 slides and a maximum of 12 slides with the following requirements:
a. Each student will individually prepare and submit the slides to Blackboard.
c. It must include 3 references from websites you have researched. Examples of websites include:
You are not limited to these websites if you have a different one you can use it but it must be referenced in MLA format.
e. The student should submit this project to Blackboard by the due date/time as scheduled by the instructor.
Creating the PowerPoint slides
Create an outline from your topics and from the outline, develop a PowerPoint presentation that contains at least 10 slides.
Use PowerPoint features such as:
Decorative WordArt, SmartArt with text, Shape with text or picture, correct spelling
Use transitions on all slides and Animation on at least 1 object and 1 text area.
Use at least 4 or more different styles of slide layouts.
Remember only 7 lines per slide, no more than 7 words on each line (7X7 rule)
Organizing your slides
Slide 1 – (Title Slide) Introduction.
Tell everyone about yourself and explain your research and why you’re interested in your chosen career.
Slide 2- Outline of topics you’re going to discuss.
Slide 3-7 – (Body)
Career path information
Reasons for your career choice and career background
The educational requirements for your career
Pay range available for career field. (Three different regions of the country following the instructions as stated on item (1b above)
Note: Each slide should provide supporting information and examples.
Slide 8 – 9 (Summary)
The student will present a conclusion or final statement that summarizes how you think or feel about your chosen career.
Anything appropriate you want your audience to remember.
Slide 10 –(References) must be in MLA format
Rubric for PowerPoint Presentation Grading
Note: This presentation must be suitable for a public audience, without being offensive or improper. Presentations that are offensive or improper will receive a grade of zero (0).
10 Points Each
Title slide to include Introduction: Your name, Class and Date
Final slide/Sources (references need to in MLA format)
Supportive details (Body of presentation with at least 4 slides)
Easy to view overall (text is only an outline, objects are un-crowded)
Design theme (use a background theme from the Design tab)
ClipArt and/or picture & Word Art
SmartArt, with text appropriate to the topic
Shape, with text or picture appropriate to the topic inside the shape
Transition on ALL slides / Animation on at least 1 object and 1 text area
Correct spelling and standard grammar (point deducted for each error)