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Powerpoint Presentation The purpose of this assignment is to explore Microsoft Office Powerpoint 2013, a presentation tool on the computer. Students will work independently to develop a Powerpoint presentation on a topic relating to their career path. 1. Pick a topic of interest to you that relates to your chosen profession. Use the Internet to research and gather information on the topic. Share your topic with your instructor for approval. 2. Using Microsoft Office Powerpoint 2013, develop a slideshow presentation that includes the following: a. Use a variety of elements: Tables, Charts and Shape b. Customize style using the style options c. Images d. Customized Slide Transitions and Object Animations e. Formatting (ex. bold, italics, underlining) f. Bulleted list 3. Presentation should be 10-15 slides and 10-15 minutes in length. 4. Presentation marks will be given based on eye contact with audience, knowledge of material, demeanor and delivery (e.g., proper posture, appropriate gestures when presenting, not reading directly from slides, etc.). 5. Email the completed Powerpoint presentation to your instructor. Ensure the name is included in the Title of the Slideshow. Assessment 6: Rubric Assessment Component Excellent 3 Marks Good 2 Marks Fair 1 Mark Weak 0 Marks Topic is well researched and members have strong subject knowledge Students have completed the presentation planning stages; brainstorming, research and outline have been submitted Powerpoint presentation includes a variety of elements (tables, charts, shapes) and images Powerpoint Presentation includes customized style options Transitions have been applied to slides and elements Animations have been applied to bullets and elements Text in the presentation has been formatted appropriately (e.g., bold, italics, underlining) Presentation includes the use of effective bulleted lists Presentation meets the time and length requirements Effective Presentation Mechanics: eye contact, posture, clear delivery, etc.