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CPW3: Presentations (Module 10) – Assessment Criteria
Student Name: _______________________________ Course Code:_______________________ Date:______________
Participants will be assessed as individuals for this module, but they will work in pairs.
Your total group presentation time will be at least 15 minutes (but not more than 18 minutes). Students will be timed during the presentation (with warning bells given at 14 minutes and 17 minutes if needed) Presentations which are less than 12 minutes or more than 18 minutes will need to be resubmitted. (Note: Participants will be stopped at 18 minutes even if they have not completed their presentation). Question time (Part 3 - 2-3 minutes only) will occur after the presentation is complete and does not count towards the presentation timing.
TASK:
Each pair will receive a different topic from the list below (teacher to select). Participants will plan their presentation together but the format of the presentation must be as follows:
PART 1: (10 minutes)
Student 1: 5 minute individual presentation
Student 2: 5 minute individual presentation
PART 2: (5-6 minutes)
Student 1 and 2: Present a Pecha Kucha (6 minutes, 40 seconds) together
Each student must present the audio commentary for 10 slides each (may be presented alternately or 10 consecutive slides each).
PART 3: (2-3 minutes)
Student 1 and 2: Question time Open the floor to questions.
Limit of 2-3 questions from the audience.
TASK CRITERIA
• Presentations must be planned and structured using the attached “Planning Document” • Time limits must be strictly adhered to (to avoid resubmission)
• Part 1: Presentations may be delivered:
o live to the audience (using presentation aids such as PowerPoint / whiteboard / video and audio recordings / hand out materials / models / computer simulations / diagrams, charts or posters), or
o as a pre-recorded and edited video/movie.
• Part 2: Pecha Kucha:
o MUST have timed slides (using PowerPoint). o Audio commentary to accompany the Pecha Kucha may be pre-recorded using the audio recording option in PowerPoint or students may present the commentary live to the audience.
• Following the presentation, the “Self-Reflection” document must be completed by each student to reflect on their own presentation.
• Each student must complete a “Peer Reflection and Feedback” document for each other group.
TOPICS
Team Number Presentation Topic (10 minutes) Pecha Kucha Topic (6 minutes 40 seconds)
1 Australian Workplace Culture Life in Australia
2 Non-Verbal Cues and Body Language Signs and Symbols
3 Setting and achieving goals Reach for the stars
4 Business Structures in Australia Australia’s top 20 companies
5 Business branding, logos and advertising Famous Australian Logos
6 Anti-discrimination and diversity in Australia Diversity in the workplace
7 Business etiquette around the world Australian workplace culture
8 Communication channels in the workplace Communication misunderstandings
9 Business start-up advice and requirements (for your industry Accounting/Engineering/ICT) New business success
10 How to get a professional job in Australia Employment / job / interview mistakes
11 Australia’s most successful industries Corporate power
12 Australian Sporting Corporations Aussie Sport Legends
13 Australian Marketing Success Stories Memorable Advertising
14 How to do business online Successful e-commerce businesses
15 The Three Tiers of Government in Australia (Local, State, Federal) Australian leaders
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
Assessment Criteria (Individual) Explanation of the Criteria N/C (resubmit) Pass/HD
Part 1 Part 2 Part 1 Part 2
Structure
Clear beginning
Introduces self, the speech and the structure of the talk.
Middle
Provides a logical order of topics
End
Summarises key concepts and includes concluding remarks
Prepared for audience The language and subject matter is at the right level for the audience. Checked with student audience – student reflection/feedback sheet responses.
Maintain audience attention
Anecdotes and/or visuals and/or materials.
The presentation aids assist the understanding of the key concepts and central ideas.
Body language
Eye contact is aimed at the whole group.
Presenter is facing the audience
Presenter looks professional – without crossing arms or slouching
Use of voice Tone of voice is interesting and not monotone.
Correct use of intonation / pitch / language / movement / body language / pause / volume / pace
Questions
Allows audience to ask questions and responds appropriately by,
• answering questions which he/she knows the answer to or proposing to follow up.
• acknowledging questions
• by rephrasing questions or seeking clarification if required
Preparation of the
presentation
Check that the participant has thought through the presentation by answering the questions on the assessment preparation worksheets:
• Understand the audience
• Understand your own incentive to present
• Preparing your presentation – format
• Preparing your presentation – delivery
Planning (Planning document Planning document is complete and detailed. Intended outcomes addressed.
Timing Correct use of time (within the time limits)
ACTUAL TIME:________________________________
Audience reflections Monitor “Peer Reflection and Feedback” sheet. Check student responses.
Self Reflection Check that the participant has reviewed the presentation by completing the “Self Reflection” document.
Teacher Comment:
OVERALL GRADE ?
Please review QIBA’s Assessment Policy for guidelines on achieving a Distinction, Pass or Fail
STUDENT PLANNING DOCUMENT (2 pages)
You are required to plan your presentation as a team. Use this planning document to clearly outline your topic, structure, visual aids, presentation strategies, format and content.
TEAM NUMBER: _______________ TOPIC:___________________________________ Course Code:___________________
YOUR NAME:_________________________________ TEAM MEMBER’S NAME:____________________________________
(Student completing this document) (Partner’s name)
Introduction (Opening statement):
Middle: (topics to be covered – in order):
• ________________________________________________________________________________________________
• ________________________________________________________________________________________________
• ________________________________________________________________________________________________
• ________________________________________________________________________________________________
• ________________________________________________________________________________________________
• ________________________________________________________________________________________________
Ending (summary of key concepts):
Presentation Strategies and Format (what will you use and how will you use it?):
Visual Aides: PowerPoint ? Handout ? Edited Movie ? Audio recording ? Storyboard ? Poster ? Other ?
Details:
Timing: (how will your presentation flow in relation to timing? Plan a running sheet with timings.)
Roles and responsibilities of each team member:
Please Note: This planning document forms part of your assessment so it is important that it is completed in detail and in full.
SELF REFLECTION DOCUMENT
After your presentation, you are required to make notes and provide reflections on how well or poorly you believe you performed with respect to the planning and delivery of your presentation.
TEAM NUMBER: _______________ TOPIC:________________________________YOUR NAME:_______________________
(Student completing this document)
Presentation Element Indicate level demonstrated
(please tick appropriate box)
Reflect (both positive and constructive) on what you did well and what you would change to improve for next time.
Demonstrated well Demonstrated Not demonstrated Demonstrated poorly
Structure – clear beginning, middle and end
Content – original, interesting, accurate information, topic was clear
Maintained audience attention – use of visual aids and/or materials.
Do you think the audience enjoyed your presentation?
Professional body language – facing the audience, professional dress
Facial/Voice – eye contact, facial expression
Use of voice – clear speech, tone, intonation and volume
Flow – no stumbles or
interruptions, presentation flowed well throughout
Questions – allowed questions and answered questions appropriately and clearly
Timing – correct and accurate use of time restraints
What parts of the presentation were strong?.
What parts of the presentation could have been improved?
PEER REFLECTION / FEEDBACK DOCUMENT
While you are listening to other presentations, you are required to make notes and provide feedback on how well or poorly your peers perform with respect to planning and delivering a presentation.
TEAM NUMBER: _______________ TOPIC:________________________________YOUR NAME:_______________________
(Student completing this document)
Presentation Element Indicate level demonstrated
(please tick appropriate box)
Example of how and where the presentation element was demonstrated or not demonstrated. Feedback (both positive and constructive).
Demonstrated well Demonstrated Not demonstrated Demonstrated poorly
Structure – clear beginning, middle and end
Content – original, interesting, accurate information, topic was clear
Maintained audience attention – use of visual aids and/or materials
Professional body language – facing the audience, professional dress
Facial/Voice – eye contact, facial expression
Use of voice – clear speech, tone, intonation and volume
Flow – no stumbles or
interruptions, presentation flowed well throughout
Questions – allowed questions and answered questions appropriately and clearly
Timing – correct and accurate use of time restraints
What parts of the presentation were strong?.
What parts of the presentation could have been improved?
Please Note:
1. This Peer Reflection / Feedback document forms part of your assessment so it is important that in providing examples of your peer’s good or poor professional behaviour it is important that you reflect your understanding of what needs to be done/demonstrated in order improve presentation elements.
2. This document will be collected and shared with your teacher and peers.

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