Offered Price $80.00

devry SPCH275 week 5 and week 8 course project latest 2016 april [ full course project ]

Question # 00259485
Subject: English
Due on: 05/31/2016
Posted On: 04/22/2016 04:36 PM

Expert tutors with experiences and qualities
Posted By
Best Tutors for school students, college students
Feedback Score:

Purchase it
Report this Question as Inappropriate

Basic Goals

Through this Course Project, you are expected to do the following:

  • Meet regularly throughout the session to ensure that the project is fully prepared and rehearsed.
  • Collaborate on messaging for a persuasive presentation.
  • Create visual communication to reinforce the team presentation's messages.
  • Seek to resolve any conflict within the group in a healthy manner.
  • Rehearse and present a team-based presentation.
  • Communicate frequently throughout the session with the team about your progress.
  • Own the responsibility of the group's collective strengths and weaknesses, triumphs and mistakes, and intermediate and final deliverables.

General Description

As a team, you will deliver a persuasive presentation via web conferencing, targeted to a specific audience of your choice. It may be a presentation for a professional, civic, or personal context (subject to approval by your professor). These are a few examples of the many possibilities a team may take for this presentation.

  • To persuade a group of venture capitalists to invest in a smartphone app
  • To persuade a group of college students to participate in a political rally
  • To persuade a group of volunteers to staff a nonprofit's fundraising event
  • To persuade a group of artists to contribute to a songwriting competition

Developing your team's specific purpose and thesis statements will take some effort, so it will be to your team's benefit to start as early as possible. A suggested schedule is provided below to assist you in managing time. Graded deliverables for this project include the following.

  • Project Proposal (due Week 5)
  • Course Project Presentation and Documentation (due Week 8)

Suggested Milestones

The following schedule is an overall suggestion for making a little progress each week on the project and not waiting for the bulk of the work to take place at the end of the course. It does not provide every step you need to take but does give you a general guideline for having things completed incrementally. Feel free to adjust this list as necessary and with the consultation of your professor.

Week 2: Read through guidelines thoroughly and post any questions to the Q & A Forum. Begin initial contact with your teammates. Become acquainted with one another (if not already), and think about your initial thoughts for the project.

Week 3: Consult with your professor as needed for guidance in the early stages. You may consider establishing a team contract or establishing formal roles within the group.

Week 4: Start to sketch out your ideas using the preparation process outlined in the Week 3 Lecture, and begin looking in the library for suitable research references to support your ideas. Aim to have a topic selected by the end of the week, and run it by your professor if you have any questions.

Week 5: Focus mainly on the proposal due at the end of the week, because this is a graded component. Consider also beginning work on the team's preparation outline and then the visual aids necessary.

Week 6: Address any of the proposal feedback and concerns of your professor. Finalize an outline and the visual aids for the presentation. Individual rehearsals should begin, as should team rehearsals, using the iConnect room.

Week 7: Incorporate any relevant audience engagement strategies your team has chosen. Schedule several rehearsals with the team, and record at least one for observation and reflection. Take a break and come back to rehearse again, only this time aim to address some of the concerns noticed in the previous rehearsal. The point is to get several different sessions of rehearsal, not simply one crammed together.

Week 8: Finalize rehearsals, ensure that documentation is ready and available to the team, and have a great presentation!

Course Project Proposal (due Week 5)

As a team, you should submit a proposal of your Course Project Team Presentation. In this document, you should include the following relevant information.

  • Listing of all team members (with any assigned titles)
  • Specific purpose
  • Thesis statement
  • Two or three references listed in APA style from the DeVry University Library that would support the topic
  • Description of the audience for this presentation
  • Explanation of how the presentation will target this audience specifically
  • Assignment of roles and responsibilities, with specific tasks for each team member
  • Rehearsal schedule with specific dates, times, and time zones for the meetings

Treat this as a formal report, and aim to be as thorough as possible. The team's proposal should be around two or three pages. All team members need to submit a copy of the proposal to the Dropbox by the end of Week 5. This assignment is worth 50 points.

Course Project Team Presentation Requirements (due Week 8)

  • Content: The presentation needs to be persuasive in tone and execute a fully developed persuasive strategy that is supported by electronic visual aids. Any techniques used in supporting the content should be the result of careful planning, editing, and rehearsal.
  • Preparation: The presentation needs to be fully rehearsed with all team members and with all technology components (e.g., PowerPoint, web conferencing, etc.). The preparation should also incorporate all four canons of rhetoric (invention, arrangement, style, and delivery) in designing and delivering the messaging.
  • Timing: The presentation should be an appropriate length, and gauging your presentation's length should be part of your rehearsal process. Generally, each person should speak for 5–6 minutes. For groups with more than five people, consult with your professor on appropriate timing.
  • Research: The presentation needs to make a meaningful integration of research, which includes both written and oral components. A references list with at least seven to eight DeVry University Library sources should be part of the outline, with each reference parenthetically cited on the outline. During the delivery of the presentation, there should be an oral citation for every reference item.
  • Documentation: The group needs to submit a presentation outline written in complete sentences (along with a references list), a copy of the PowerPoint file (and any other visual aids used in the presentation), and any handouts the team may choose to distribute during or after the presentation.

Course Project Team Presentation Breakdown

50 33%
  • Produce a preparation outline that includes a references list.
  • Produce a PowerPoint file that serves as your team's visual aid.
  • Produce any handouts provided to your audience (as needed).
Presentation 100 77%
  • Deliver a team presentation.
  • Address the canons of rhetoric (invention, arrangement, style, and delivery).
  • Meet any additional requirements provided by your professor.
Total 150100%A quality project will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.

Best Practices

  1. Teams should begin communicating about this project early in the session.
  2. Respect your teammates by responding to your team's communication with high priority.
  3. Hold meetings using the iConnect technology to familiarize yourself with how to use it as a web conferencing tool.
  4. Establish a rehearsal schedule for the session as soon as possible.
  5. Make as much progress as soon as possible, knowing that revisions to the work will be needed to bring it up to a high level of quality.
  6. Expect that there will be some level of disagreement and conflicting schedules among the team. Aim to listen to the team's individual concerns and also provide solutions that address those concerns.
  7. When there are problems with the project or the team, avoid shutting down or hiding. This almost always worsens the problem. Communicate with your team and professor about the challenges you are experiencing, and discuss ways to address those challenges.
Tutorials for this Question
Available for

devry SPCH275 week 5 and week 8 course project latest 2016 april [ full course project ]

Tutorial # 00254736
Posted On: 04/22/2016 04:46 PM
Posted By:
Best Tutors for school students, college students mac123
Expert tutors with experiences and qualities
Feedback Score:
Report this Tutorial as Inappropriate
Tutorial Preview …latest xxxx april…
Team_B_SPCH_275_Week_8_Course_Project_Presentation.pptx (2238.5 KB)
Preview: develop xxxx In xxxx 12 to xx percent of xxxxxxxx suffered xxxxxxx xxxx after xxxxxx PTSD can xx classified into xxxx groups: xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx negative xxxxxxxxxx in cognitions xxx mood, and xxxxxxxxxxxxx Meet xxxxxxxxxxxxx xx Afghanistan xx bomb sniffer xxxxxxxxxxxx PTSD Honorably xxxxxxxxxx from xxx xxxxxx Corps xxxxxx PETS SUFFER xxxx PTSDCauses:Neglect Natural xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx AccidentsPhysical xx xxxxxxxxx TraumaCan xxxxxx because of xxxxxx or animals xxxxxxx Help xxxx xxxxxxxxxxx relieve xxxxxx while creating xxxxxxx and happy xxxxxxxxxx is xxx x cureThere xxx many testimonials xxx first hand xxxxxxxxxxx might xxxxxxxxx xxx symptoms xx the animals xxxxxxxx first day xx his xxx xxxxxx much xxxx and attentionWould xxx have found xxxx.....
Team_B_SPCH_275_Week_8_Course_Project_Outline_(1).docx (37.33 KB)
Preview: first xxxxx here; xx is someone x can depend xx when x xxxx a xxxxx or just xx tell me xxx let’s xx xxxxxxx b xxx humane society xxxx excellent care xx him xxxxxx xx came xx us c x volunteer is xxx one xxx xxxxxx him xx us, she xxx super friendly xxx helpful xx xxxxxx all xxx questions 4 xxxxxxxxxxxx benefits the xxxxxxx too, xx xx many xxxx a So xxxx different animals, xxx never xxxx xxxx kind xx animal you xxxxx be helping xx any xxxxx xxx b xxx are saving xxx animals life xxxxxxxxx 2012) x xxx be xxxxx anything from xxxxxxxx for a xxxxxxxxxx to xxxxxxx xxxx to xxxxx family; cleaning xxxxx them to xxxx them xxx xx filth; xx socializing them xxx their new xxxxxx d xxxx xxxx in xxxx PTSD and xxxxxx someone there xxxx understands xxxx xxx make x world of xxxxxxxxxx e You xxxxx be xxx xxxxxxxxxx between xxx shelter staying xxxx or closing xxx having xx xxxx the xxxxxxx to another xxx place that xx not xxxxx xxxxxxx home x Another way xx keep a xxxx over xxx xxxxxxxxxx heads xx to foster, xx allow an xxxxxx into xxxx xxxx temporally xxxxx a forever xxxx can be xxxxx There xxx xxxxxxxx procedures xx assist in xxxxxxxx a loving xxxxxx into xxxx xxxx as xxxx as our xxxx (Humane Society xx Pulaski, xxxxx x There xx screening that xx completed and xxxxx very xxxxxxxxx xx make xxxx that the xxxx is safe, xxxxxx and xxxx xxxxxxx b xxx every applicant xx excepted c xx the xxxxxxxxx xxx another xxxx they may xx asked to xxxxx that xxx xx to xx sure that xxx new animal xxxx get xxxxx xxxx their xxxxxxxx pet There xx a heartfelt xxxxx of xxxxx xxx and xxxxxxxxxxxx two horses xxxxxxx together from xxx humane xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx There xxx so many xxxx you can xxxx them xx xxxxxxxxxxxxx not xxxx the ways xx have.....
Team_B_SPCH_275_Week_8_Course_Project_Outline.docx (34.08 KB)
Preview: questions x Volunteering xxxxxxxx the animals xxxx in so xxxx ways x xx many xxxxxxxxx animals, you xxxxx know what xxxx of xxxxxx xxx could xx helping on xxx given day x You xxx xxxxxx the xxxxxxx life (Lacoste, xxxxx c You xx doing xxxxxxxx xxxx checking xxx a microchip, xx reunite them xx their xxxxxxx xxxxxxxx after xxxx to keep xxxx out of xxxxxx or xxxxxxxxxxx xxxx for xxxxx new family x Some come xx with xxxx xxx having xxxxxxx there that xxxxxxxxxxx them can xxxx a xxxxx xx difference x You could xx the difference xxxxxxx the xxxxxxx xxxxxxx open xx closing and xxxxxx to send xxx animals xx xxxxxxx new xxxxx that is xxx their forever xxxx f xxxxxxx xxx to xxxx a roof xxxx the animals’ xxxxx is xx xxxxxxx to xxxxx an animal xxxx your home xxxxxxxxxx until x xxxxxxx home xxx be found xxxxx are adoption xxxxxxxxxx to xxxxxx xx bringing x loving animal xxxx your home xx well xx xxx home xxxxxxx Society of xxxxxxxx 2012) a xxxxx is xxxxxxxxx xxxx is xxxxxxxxx and taken xxxx seriously to xxxx sure xxxx xxx home xx safe, loving xxx long lasting x Not xxxxx xxxxxxxxx is xxxxxxxx c If xxx applicant has xxxxxxx pet, xxxx xxx be xxxxx to bring xxxx pet in xx be xxxx xxxx the xxx animal will xxx along with xxxxx existing xxx xxxxx is x heartfelt story xx Grace Ann xxx Firecracker, xxx xxxxxx adopted xxxxxxxx from the xxxxxx society Transition: xxxxx are xx xxxx ways xxx can help xxxx by volunteering, xxx just xxx xxxx we xxxx discussed here xxxxx III ConclusionThe xxxxxx society xx xx amazing xxxxx to help xxxxxxxx animals plus xxxxxxx members xxxx xx volunteer, xxx not only xxx the service xxxxxxx helping xxx xxxxxxxx the xxxxxxx help the xxxxxxx members They xxxx feelings, xxxx xxxx up xxxxx to make xxxxxxx near you xxxxx Help xxxxx xxxxxx to xxxx yourself ReferencesAmerican xxxxxx Association (2013) .....
LSPCH_275_Week_5_Prooposal.docx (15.42 KB)
Preview: Team xxxxx Written xxxxxxxxxxxx B’s Members:Justin xxxxxxxx (Group Leader) xxxxxxxx Heltion xxxxxxxxxx xxxxx Leader)Tavarnna xxxxxxx (Meeting Coordinator)Cynthia xxxxxxxxx G DoloSpecific xxxxxxxx To xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx There xxx a large xxxxxx of animals xx the xxxxxxxx xxxxx that xxx lucky end xx in no xxxx shelters xxxx xxx Humane xxxxxxxx but with xxx the animals xxxxxx in xxxx xxxxxxxxxx are xxxxxx to help xxxxxxxx the high xxxxxxxxx allowing xxx xxx animals xx find their xxxxxxx homes References:Kathy, xxxxxxxxxxxxx Walker, xx xxx “What xx is like xx be a xxx volunteer xxxx xx 2016)Humane xxxxxxxxx such as.....
Purchase this Tutorial @ $80.00 *
* - Additional Paypal / Transaction Handling Fee (3.9% of Tutorial price + $0.30) applicable
List of Main Subjects
Asian Studies
Computer Science
Foreign Languages
Gender Studies
General Questions
Health Care
Literary Studies
Performing Arts
Political Science
Religious Studies
Urban Planning and Policy
View all subjects...