You have just been hired as the environmental manager at a hazardous waste incinerator. The community around your incinerator has some concerns about your facility, and you have been selected to create a PowerPoint presentation explaining your facility and its environmental effects at a community meeting.

Unit IV PowerPoint Presentation
Congratulations! You have just been hired as the environmental manager at a hazardous waste incinerator. The community around your incinerator has some concerns about your facility, and you have been selected to create a PowerPoint presentation explaining your facility and its environmental effects at a community meeting. Using your textbook, the CSU Online Library and other resources, describe the basic components of your facility, the regulations it must follow, and the environmental effects it might have on the community.
The PowerPoint presentation template provided here will tell you what to cover in each slide. Click here to access the template to create a new PowerPoint presentation. Do NOT just add to the template for your PowerPoint presentation. If it takes more slides than the template provides to cover a topic, that is fine! The following elements are required in your PowerPoint presentation:
1. Speaker’s notes: Each slide should have detailed speaker’s notes. The notes should thoroughly narrate the PowerPoint presentation and contain everything that you would be saying to your audience if you were actually giving the PowerPoint presentation in the community meeting. The slides should not contain paragraphs of text. The bulk of the text should be in the speaker’s notes, and the slides should summarize and give a visual guide to what you are saying in the speaker’s notes. 2. Background and graphics/photos: Make your PowerPoint presentation visually interesting, but not crowded.
All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations, and cited per APA guidelines.

The scholarly activity in this Unit involves the preparation of a PowerPoint Presentation described in the Course Syllabus. Please follow those instructions carefully….EXCEPT IN THE FOLLOWING CASE…

The PPP calls for the following:

Speaker’s notes: Each slide should have detailed speaker’s notes. The notes should thoroughly narrate the PowerPoint presentation and contain everything that you would be saying to your audience if you were actually giving the PowerPoint presentation in the community meeting. The slides should not contain paragraphs of text. The bulk of the text should be in the speaker’s notes, and the slides should summarize and give a visual guide to what you are saying in the speaker’s notes.

Most PPP presentations do not contain “everything that you would be saying to your audience…”. Therefore, I DO NOT want students to waste their time doing this. The key points about Speaker’s Notes should be that they are like bullet items, or talking points. They are there to get you back on track if your speech or presentation tends to wander a bit with some extra material you start talking about.

Save yourself the time and trouble here. Keep your Speaker Note clean and simple. Brief reminders of your key points in the presentation. That’s all they need to be.

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