BIZ101 Assessment 3 Brief Page 1 of 5 ASSESSMENT 3 BRIEFSubject Code and TitleBIZ101 Business CommunicationsAssessmentPresentationIndividual/GroupIndividual or Group PresentationLength5-6 minutes per person (+/- 10%)Learning Outcomesa) Demonstrate information literacy and critical analysisappropriate to the level of study.b) Understand and demonstrate academic integrity andauthentic engagement with information.c) Examine the internal and external businessenvironment to effectively interpret messages indifferent business contexts.d) Identify and apply effective communication skillswithin a variety of business environments, includingthe use of technology.SubmissionBy 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday of Module 6.1 (Week 11)Weighting20%Total Marks100 marks Task SummaryThis assessment is for students to master the skills of presentation and evaluate the use oftechnology in business communication. Students must research different types of presentationtechnology, then choose one or more to use to present their recommendations from their Reportthey completed in Assessment 2B.Please refer to the Task Instructions for details on how to complete this assessment.ContextOral presentations combine concise information, effective visual aids, a clear and wellpractised speech, supportive non-verbal communication strategies, and confidentlymanaging questions. These are skills that you will use and continue to develop in yourprofessional future practice. This assessment task will provide you with the experience ofpresenting to an audience the main points and ideas from your research and findings.BIZ101 Assessment 3 Brief Page 2 of 5Task InstructionsThis task can be completed individually or in small groups of up to three (3) students. Note that each person, either individually or in a group, has to present.To complete this assessment task you must,1. Choose a topic relating to different technologies for business communication. If you are unsure about your selection, please contact your learning facilitatorfor advice.2. Conduct research on your chosen topic.3. Create a visual presentation.4. In order to plan your Presentation you need to decide which visual format you willuse. Although Powerpoint is the most used visual aid, it is recommended to tryother modes in their free format, for example: Powtoon- https://www.powtoon.com/home/? Prezi- https://prezi.com/5. Your Presentation needs to include:a. Introduction Introduce yourself, your chosen topic and the purpose of yourpresentation. Engage the audience with a quiz, question or quote. Include an overview of what your presentation will cover.b. Presentation body Provide information in relation to your topic. Elements to consider: What, when, where, how, and why. Examples, statistics. Discussion of potential problem. Recommendation of potential solutions to the problem. Include in text citations to support your line of reasoning.c. Conclusion Provide a brief summary of your overall presentation. Check if there are any questions from the audience and address themaccordingly. You may like to include a final quiz for the audience. You could use an online tool to do this, for example:o Kahoot: https://kahoot.com/d. References List all references cited in your presentation following APA 6th ed.style.BIZ101 Assessment 3 Brief Page 3 of 5It is expected that you will demonstrate: a comprehensive understanding of your chosen topic. evidence of research and application of reliable and relevant evidence(including in-text citations and a reference list). critical analysis and the ability to develop coherent arguments. effective verbal and non-verbal communication in the form of professionalpresentation skills. appropriate and creative visual aids to support content delivery.This assessment involves the following:Please note the following additional information: For additional support on presentation skills, please visit: https://laureateau.blackboard.com/webapps/blackboard/content/listContent.jsp?course_id=_20163_1&content_id=_2498849_1 You are advised to include a minimum of three (3) references which may be thesame as those used in Assessment 2 A & Assessment 2B. Remember visual materialand graphics that you have taken from appropriate websites, as well as images andvideos need to be referenced as per APA 6th ed. style.Referencing It is essential that you use appropriate APA 6th edition style for citing andreferencing your sources. Please comply with all academic standards of legibility and referencing details(including a reference list). Please see more information on referencing here:http://library.laureate.net.au/research_skills/referencingSubmission InstructionsYour learning facilitator will confirm in advance the specific date and time slot allocated foryour presentation. Note that presentations can extend to Module 6.2 (Week 12) at thediscretion of the learning facilitator if needed due to class numbers.Submit a PDF copy of your Presentation (visual aids) via the assessment link for Assessment3 in the main navigation menu in BIZ101 Business Communications by 11:55pm AEST Sundayof Module 6.1. If you are presenting in a group, submit a PDF copy of your visual aids only.Your learning facilitator will provide feedback via the Grade Centre in Blackboard. Feedbackcan be viewed in My Grades.The below assessment rubric guides the marker when awarding marks for your assessment.You should use this rubric to review your assessment task prior to submission, ensuringthere is nothing you have missed.BIZ101 Assessment 3 Brief Page 4 of 5 AssessmentAttributesFail (Unacceptable)0-49%Pass(Functional)50-64%Credit(Proficient)65-74%Distinction(Advanced)75 -84%High Distinction(Exceptional)85-100%Knowledge andunderstanding30%Limited understanding ofrequired concepts andknowledge about thechosen topic.Key concepts of thechosen topic are notaddressed or are poorlyunderstood.Demonstrates knowledgeor understanding ofrequired concepts aboutthe chosen topic.Sometimes confusesassertion of personalopinion with informationsubstantiated by evidencefrom the research/courseresources.Demonstrates thoroughknowledge andunderstanding of requiredconcepts about the chosentopic.Supports personal opinionand informationsubstantiated by evidencefrom the research/courseresources.Demonstrates highlydeveloped understandingand knowledge of requiredconcepts about the chosentopic.Discriminates betweenassertion of personalopinion and informationsubstantiated by robustevidence from theresearch/course resources.Demonstrates acomprehensiveunderstanding andknowledge of requiredconcepts about the chosentopic.Systematically and criticallydifferentiates betweenassertion of personalopinion and informationsubstantiated by robustevidence from theresearch/course resources.Mastery of concepts andapplication to newsituations/furtherlearning.Presentation skills30%Inaudible or too loud; noeye contact; rate tooslow/fast; speakerseemed uninterested andused monotone.Minimal eye contact (i.e.reading from notes orlooking away, or focusingonly on small part ofaudience). Speaking ratetoo quick or volume tooquiet making it difficult tounderstand.Body language needsimprovement (i.e. frozen inEye contact, speaking volumeand body language weregenerally adequate andappropriate, but still needsome improvements.Some mumbling; unevenspeaking rate.Speaker appears tentative(not entirely confident).Steady eye contact andsuitable speaking volume.Steady speaking rate andclear articulation, but stillneeds polishing.Body language is generallyappropriate, but it stillneeds minor improvements(i.e. some fidgeting).Speaker appearscomfortable.Constant eye contact andappropriate body language.Clear articulation,appropriate speakingvolume and steadyspeaking rate. Speakerappears confident andenthusiastic. Assessment RubricBIZ101 Assessment 3 Brief Page 5 of 5 place, or pacing, swaying,away from the audience).Appropriate andcreative use of visualaids25%Visual aids are poorlyprepared and/ordistracting, or nonexistent.Lacks an understanding ofthe variety of availablevisual resources; needs todevelop a betterunderstanding of thevariety of availableresources.Visual aids are used verypoorly; do not supportscript and overallpresentation.Visual aids are included,however, do not clearly orappropriately supportscript and overallpresentation.Shows evidence of usingavailable visual resources,however can be moreprofessional.Some visual aids used tosupport script and overallpresentation, however,could be used morestrategically and effectivelyas an engaging tool for theaudience.Visual aids are well-preparedand clearly relates to scriptand overall presentation.Shows evidence of usingavailable visual resources,satisfactorily.Adequate visual aids used tosupport script and overallpresentation, however, couldbe used more strategicallyand effectively as anengaging tool for theaudience.Effective use of (possiblydiverse) visual aids clearlyrelating to the script andoverall presentation.Available visual resourcesused in a professionalmanner.Effective and strategic useof visual aids as anengaging tool for theaudience.Highly effective use of(possibly diverse) visualaids, clearly relating to thescript and overallpresentation.Available visual resourcesused in a very organisedand professional manner.Exemplary use of visualaids as an engaging tool forthe audience.Referencing15%Does not include correctreferences or in-textcitations; does not useAPA 6th ed. style.Attempt made to includereferences or in-textcitations, however theseare sometimes insufficientfor research purposes, orincorrect; uses APA 6th ed.style, however may containsome citation orreferencing errors.Shows good evidence ofattempts to sourceinformation.Incorporates in-text andcitations references fromsuitable sources; uses APA6th ed. style, however maycontain minor citation orreferencing errors.Shows evidence of widescope for sourcingevidence.Incorporates in-text andcitations references fromsuitable sources; uses APA6th ed. style, containingminimal and or no errors.Shows evidence of widescope for sourcingevidence.Incorporates in-text andcitations references fromsuitable sources; uses APA6th ed. style, containing noerrors.
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