Rubric for Environmental Analysis Presentation
Note that the organization and mechanics sections below identify characteristics of an exemplary presentation. UOP standards require use of graphics, short bullet lists, and speaker’s notes. Lack of citations in the body of the presentation will result in earning fewer points for content. Tip: Include the list of references on the final slide as a bullet list, single-spaced, in 12-point typeface. Each reference must be cited somewhere in the body of the presentation, and every cited source must be listed once in the references.
Environmental Analysis Presentation
Points Available
Points Earned*
The presentation is 10 to 15 slides long, contains speaker’s notes, and covers all key elements in a substantive way:

Introduces chosen topic and describes the issue. Presents specific details about selection.

Identifies the relevant local, regional, national, or global policies addressing your issue.

Describes how the policies intend to address the issue.

Discusses the effectiveness, positive and negative, of any policies concerning the issue to include the following:
* Challenges to policy implementation
* Public opinion
* Effects on individuals

Includes no less than one outside resource per team member.

The presentation includes visual aids and utilizes appropriate graphics.

Text is limited to approximately five lines with approximately five words per bulleted item.

Appropriate font sizes are used.
The content is comprehensive, accurate, and persuasive.
The presentation develops a central theme or idea directed toward the appropriate audience.
The presentation links theory to relevant examples and uses the vocabulary of the theory correctly.
Major points are stated clearly; are supported…

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