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SCS 200 Presentation Progress Check Guidelines and Rubric Overview: Throughout the first six modules, you have been guided through your work on Project Two (a presentation), which you will continue to work on in Modules Seven and Eight and will formally submit to your instructor at the end of Module Eight. This assignment provides you with an important opportunity to get valuable instructor feedback on the progress you are making and to ensure you are on the right track for your later submission. Prompt: Throughout the first six modules, you have explored why the social science issue you selected in Project One (a research investigation) is of interest to you personally, and you have begun to reflect on how your research related to your issues has changed your perspective on the topic. Specifically, in this assignment, you will submit the Project Two elements listed below for review by your instructor. In Module Four: Performing the Research Investigation (Continued), learning block 4-2 (page 1) and learning block 4-3 (page 3); and Module Five: Tailoring the Message to an Audience, learning block 5-3 (page 3), you completed the following work:

I. Provide a brief overview of the social scientific background of your issue and research question. How is the issue situated within the social sciences? In Module Five: Tailoring the Message to an Audience, learning block 5-2 (page 3), you completed the following work:

II. Explain how the issue impacts the audience. In other words, how is the issue relevant to members of the audience? Why should the audience care about the response to your question or the outcome of your investigation? Support your response with specific examples from your research investigation.

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In Module Six: Tailoring the Message to an Audience (Continued), learning block 6-1 (page 4), you contributed to the following prompt:

III. Describe the evidence you have to support your conclusions about the impact of the issue on you personally and on your audience. Support your response with specific examples from your research investigation.

In Module Two: Exploring Social Science Issues (Continued), learning block 2-2 (page 4), you completed the following work:

IV. Explain why this issue is important to you personally. In other words, why did you select this issue to investigate? In Module Three: Performing the Research Investigation, learning block 3-4 (page 1), you contributed to the following prompt:

V. Illustrate how your investigation of the issue impacted the way you thought about the issue. In other words, how did thinking like a scientist to research and develop a question affect what you thought about the issue you selected? How did social scientific thinking change the lens through which you viewed the issue? Support your response with specific examples from your research investigation.

 

 

 

 

In Module Five: Tailoring the Message to an Audience, learning block 5-2 (page 3), learning block 5-3 (page 3), and learning block 6-1 (page 4), you began working on the following section of the prompt:

VI. Communicate your message in a way that is tailored to your specific audience. For instance, you could consider your vocabulary, your audience’s potential current natural science knowledge or lack thereof, and what is specifically important to the audience.

In Module Six: Tailoring the Message to an Audience (Continued), learning block 6-3 (page 4), you were prompted to create two visual slides using a presentation software of your choosing (PowerPoint, Prezi, or other) and accompanying notes. These slides can be used to address any of the sections detailed above and should include visuals with proper citations, where necessary.

 

Note that the numbering included above directly aligns with the numbering of these elements as they are presented in the Project Two Guidelines and Rubric document.

Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your presentation progress check submission will include two sections: a two-slide portion of your presentation, submitted using a presentation platform of your choosing (PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.), and a written document submitted in Microsoft Word. In your Word document, be sure to format with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Citations should be formatted according to APA style.

Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Needs Improvement (75%) Value

Social Scientific Background

Provides brief overview of social scientific background of issue and research question and explains how issue is situated within social sciences

Provides brief overview of social scientific background of issue and research question and explains how issue is situated within social sciences, but with gaps in detail or clarity

Does not provide brief overview of social scientific background of issue and research question and does not explain how issue is situated within social sciences

14

Audience Explains how issue impacts audience, supporting response with examples from research investigation

Explains how issue impacts audience, but with gaps in clarity, detail, or support

Does not explain how issue impacts audience

14

Evidence Describes evidence that supports conclusions about impact of issue on self and audience, supporting response with examples from research investigation

Describes evidence that supports conclusions about impact of issue on self and audience, but with gaps in clarity, detail, or support

Does not describe evidence that supports conclusions about impact of issue on self and audience

14

Personally Explains why issue is important personally

Explains why issue is important personally, but with gaps in clarity or detail

Does not explain why issue is important personally

14

 

 

 

Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Needs Improvement (75%) Value

Investigation Illustrates how investigation of issue impacted thinking on the issue, supporting response with examples from research investigation

Illustrates how investigation of issue impacted thinking on the issue, but with gaps in clarity, detail, or support

Does not illustrate how investigation of issue impacted thinking on the issue

14

Message Communicates message effectively in a way that is tailored to specific audience

Communicates message to audience, but communication is not effective or is not tailored to specific audience

Does not communicate message to audience

14

Two Visual Slides Slide visuals support key points of the presentation using properly cited graphics and charts as appropriate

Slide visuals include graphics and charts, but citations are incomplete or connections to presentation content are not clear

Slide visuals are not included in submission

10

Articulation of Response

Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization

Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas

6

Total 100%

 

 

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The checker found no problems in this document.

  • Needs manual check: 2
  • Passed manually: 0
  • Failed manually: 0
  • Skipped: 1
  • Passed: 29
  • Failed: 0

Detailed Report

Document

Rule Name Status Description
Accessibility permission flag Passed Accessibility permission flag must be set
Image-only PDF Passed Document is not image-only PDF
Tagged PDF Passed Document is tagged PDF
Logical Reading Order Needs manual check Document structure provides a logical reading order
Primary language Passed Text language is specified
Title Passed Document title is showing in title bar
Bookmarks Passed Bookmarks are present in large documents
Color contrast Needs manual check Document has appropriate color contrast

Page Content

Rule Name Status Description
Tagged content Passed All page content is tagged
Tagged annotations Passed All annotations are tagged
Tab order Passed Tab order is consistent with structure order
Character encoding Passed Reliable character encoding is provided
Tagged multimedia Passed All multimedia objects are tagged
Screen flicker Passed Page will not cause screen flicker
Scripts Passed No inaccessible scripts
Timed responses Passed Page does not require timed responses
Navigation links Passed Navigation links are not repetitive

Forms

Rule Name Status Description
Tagged form fields Passed All form fields are tagged
Field descriptions Passed All form fields have description

Alternate Text

Rule Name Status Description
Figures alternate text Passed Figures require alternate text
Nested alternate text Passed Alternate text that will never be read
Associated with content Passed Alternate text must be associated with some content
Hides annotation Passed Alternate text should not hide annotation
Other elements alternate text Passed Other elements that require alternate text

Tables

Rule Name Status Description
Rows Passed TR must be a child of Table, THead, TBody, or TFoot
TH and TD Passed TH and TD must be children of TR
Headers Passed Tables should have headers
Regularity Passed Tables must contain the same number of columns in each row and rows in each column
Summary Skipped Tables must have a summary

Lists

Rule Name Status Description
List items Passed LI must be a child of L
Lbl and LBody Passed Lbl and LBody must be children of LI

Headings

Rule Name Status Description
Appropriate nesting Passed Appropriate nesting

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