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ASSESSMENT BRIEF
Subject CodeandName
MGT502BusinessCommunication
Assessment
Assignment3– Presentation
Individual/Group
Individual
Length
15minutes
Learning Outcomes
Thisassessment addressesthefollowingsubjectlearning
outcomes:
a)Demonstrateacademicskillsappropriatetothelevel
ofstudy
b)Demonstrateresearchskillsandreferencing
appropriatetothelevelofstudy
d)Identifyandapplyeffectivecommunicationmethods
withinabusinessenvironment
e)Evaluatetheuseandimportanceoftechnologyin
presentingbusinesscommunication
Submission
PresentationDateswillbeScheduledbytheLecturer
Weighting
25%
TotalMarks
25marks
Context:
This assessment is for students to master the skills of presentation and evaluate the use of
technology in business communication. Students must research different types of presentation
technology, then choose one or more to use to present their recommendations from their work in
assessment 2.
Instructions:
Prepare a presentation of the key findings and recommendations from your assessment 2 report.
The presentation is fifteen minutes, highlighting the key points of the assessment 2 report to the
class. The presentation must be engaging and students are encouraged to not just use Prezi or
PowerPoint to supplement their presentation. It is expected that you will demonstrate in your
presentation:
• A comprehensive understanding of the topic you have chosen
• Evidence of research and application of reliable and relevant evidence
• Critical analysis and the ability to develop coherent arguments
• Effective communication in the form of professional presentation skills
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Learning Rubric: Assessment 3 – Presentation
AssessmentCriteria
Fail
(Unacceptable)
0-49%
Pass
(Functional)
50-64%
Credit
(Proficient)
65-74%
Distinction
(Advanced)
75-84%
HighDistinction
(Exceptional)
85-100%
ChoiceofPresentation
Channel
20%
Presentationusesa
traditionaltechnologytool
toreproducetheirreport
in avisual andverbal form.
Presentationusesa
traditionaltechnologytool
toexpressthecontentof
thepresentationinan
engagingway.
Presentationusesa
technologytoolto
expresscontentinan
engagingway.
Presentationusesan
innovativeapproach,
combiningtwoormore
differenttechnologytoolsto
effectivelyexpressthecontent
in anengagingway.
Presentationusesan
innovativeapproach,
combiningmultipledifferent
technologytoolstoeffectively
expressthecontentinan
engagingway.
VerbalCommunication
30%
Verbalcommunication
lacksclarityanddoesnot
attempttoengagethe
listener.
Verbalcommunicationlacks
claritybutthereisan
attempttoengagethe
listenerasanactive
participantinthe
presentation.
Verbalcommunicationis
mostlyclearand
articulatebutdoesnot
engagethelistenerasan
activeparticipant.
Verbalcommunicationisclear,
articulateandengaging,going
beyondreadingascriptto
discussingthecontentwith
theaudienceinawaythat
causesthemtoreflect.
Verbalcommunicationis clear,
articulateandengaging,going
beyondreadingascriptto
discussingthecontentand
usingtactics designedto
engagethelistenertobean
activeparticipantinthe
presentationandtoreflecton
itscontent.
VisualCommunication
20%
Visualcommunicationis
primarilyareproductionof
theessaytextandisnot
visuallyappealing.
Visualcommunicationis
primarilywritingandimages
butisvisuallyappealing.
Visualcommunicationis
primarilywritingand
imagesbutshowssome
elementsofinnovationin
thevisualelementsof
thepresentation.
Visualcommunicationgoes
beyondwritingandimagesto
reproducecontentinavisual
wayusinggraphs,charts,and
diagrams.
Visualcommunicationgoes
beyondwritingandimagesto
reproducecontentinavisual
wayusinggraphs,charts,
diagrams,info-graphicsand
otherinnovativevisual
communicationtools.
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AssessmentCriteria
Fail
(Unacceptable)
0-49%
Pass
(Functional)
50-64%
Credit
(Proficient)
65-74%
Distinction
(Advanced)
75-84%
HighDistinction
(Exceptional)
85-100%
QualityofEvaluation.
30%
Limitedunderstandingof
keyconceptsrequiredto
supportthepresentation.
Informationistakenfrom
reliablesourcesbut
withoutacoherent
analysisorsynthesis.
Viewpointsofexpertsare
takenasfactwithlittle
questioning.
Informationissubstantiated
byevidencefromthe
research/coursematerials.
Informationistakenfrom
reliablesources,however,
analysisandevaluationdoes
notconsistentlyreflectthe
relevantconcepts.
Supportspersonal
opinionandinformation
substantiatedby
evidencefromthe
researchorcourse
materials.Demonstrates
a capacitytoexplainand
applyrelevantconcepts.
Well-demonstratedcapacity
toexplainandapplyrelevant
conceptsbyrobustevidence
fromthe research orcourse
materialsandextended
reading.Somedebateonthe
researchisevident.
Informationistakenfrom
sourceswitha high levelof
interpretationandevaluation
todevelopacomprehensive
criticalanalysis ofthetopic.
Usesresearch andevidenceto
argueviewpointsofexperts.