Assignment 2 MGT101 (1st Term 2021-2022) Case Study Deadline: 20/11/2021 @ 23:59

Assignment 2 MGT101 (1st Term 2021-2022)

Case Study

Deadline: 20/11/2021 @ 23:59

Course Name: Principles of Management

Student’s Name:

Course Code: MGT101

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: 1st

CRN:

Academic Year: 1442/1443 H, 1st Term

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Students’ Grade: /5

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

This assignment is an individual assignment.

Due date for Assignment 2 is by the end of Week 11.(20/11/2020)

The Assignment must be submitted only in WORD format via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Assignment Purposes/Learning Outcomes:

After completion of Assignment-2 students will able to understand the

1. Examine management issues and practices in motivation; organizational culture, structure, and behavior; team dynamics; and communication.

2. Relate motivational theories to motivating and demotivating factors.
3. Know and discuss manager’s role in motivating employees.

Assignment-2

Case Study

In September 2018, Mohammed Salim joined KAAF Software Solutions (KAFF) as a Senior Programmer, with a handsome pay. Prior to this job, he worked successfully as an Assistant Programmer in Gant Computers (Gant). Salim felt that working for KAFF, there are better career prospects, as it was growing much faster than Gant, which was a relatively small company.

Although Salim had enjoyed working there (at Gant), he realized that to grow further in his field, he would have to join a bigger company, and preferable one that handled international projects. He was sure he would excel in his position at KAFF, just as he had done in his old job at Gant.

KAFF had international operations and there was more than a slim chance that he would be sent to USA or the UK on a project. Knowing that this would give him a lot of exposure, besides looking good on his resume, Salim was quite excited about his new job.

Salim joined Mrs. Zeenat’s five-member team at KAFF. He had met Mrs. Zeenat during the orientation sessions, and was looking forward to working under her. His team members seemed warm and friendly, and comfortable with their work. He introduced himself to the team members and got to know more about each of them.

Wanting to know more about his boss, he casually asked one of the team members, about Mrs Zeenat. He was told that Mrs. Zeenat does not interfere with our work. Salim was surprised to know this and thought that probably Mrs. Zeenat was leaving them alone to do their work without any guidance, in order to allow them to realize their full potential.

At Gant, Salim had worked under Abdulrahman and had looked up to him as a guide and mentor – always guiding, but never interfering. Abdulrahman had let Salim make his own mistakes and learn from them. He had always encouraged individual ideas, and let the team discover the flaws, if any, through discussion and experience. He rarely held an individual member of his team responsible if the team as a whole failed to deliver – for him the responsibility for any failure was collective. Salim remembered telling his colleagues at Gant that the ideal boss would be someone who did not interfere with his/her subordinate’s work. Salim wanted to believe that Mrs. Zeenat too was the non-interfering type. If that was the case, surely her non-interference would only help him to grow.

In his first week at work, Salim found the atmosphere at the office a bit dull. However, he was quite excited. His team had been assigned a new project and was facing a few glitches with the new software. He had thought about the problem till late in the night and had come up with several possible solutions. He could not wait to discuss them with his team and Mrs. Zeenat. He smiled to himself when he thought of how Mrs. Zeenat would react when he will tell her that he had come up with several possible solutions to the problem. He was sure she would be happy with his having put in so much effort into the project, right from day one.

He was daydreaming about all the praise that he was going to get when Mrs. Zeenat walked into the office. Salim waited for her to go into her cabin, and after five minutes, called her up, asking to see her. She asked him to come in after tem minutes. When he went in, she looked at him blankly and asked, “Yes?” Not sure whether she had recognized him, Salim introduced himself. She said, “Ok, but why did you want to meet me?” He started to tell her about the problems they were having with the software. But before he could even finish, she told him that she was busy with other things, and that she would send an email with the solution to all the members of the team by the end of the day, and that they could then implement it immediately. Salim was somewhat taken aback. However, ever the optimist, he thought that she had perhaps already discussed the matter with the team.

Salim came out of Mrs. Zeenat’s cabin and went straight to where his team members sat. He thought it would still be nice to bounce ideas off them and also to see what solutions others might come up with. He told them of all the solutions he had in mind. He waited for the others to come up with their suggestions but not one of them spoke up. He was surprised, and asked them point-blank why they were so disinterested.

Faisal, one of the team members, said, “What is the point in our discussing these things? Mrs. Zeenat is not going to have time to listen to us on discuss anything. She will just give us the solution she thinks is best, and we will just do what she tells us to do; why waste everyone’s time?”

Salim felt his heart sink. Was this the way things worked over here? However, he refused to lose heart and thought that maybe, he could change things a little. But as the days went by, Salim realized that Mrs. Zeenat was the complete opposite of his old boss.

While she was efficient at what she did and extremely intelligent, she had neither the time nor the inclination to groom her subordinates. Her solutions to problem were always correct, but she was not willing to discuss or debate the merits of any other ideas that her team might have. She did not hold the team down to their deadlines not did she ever interfere. In fact, she rarely said anything at all. If work did not get finished on time, she would just blame her team, and totally disassociate herself from them.

Time and again, Salim found himself thinking of Abdulrahman his old boss, and of how he had been such a positive influence. Mrs. Zeenat, on the other hand, even without actively doing anything, had managed to significantly lower his motivation levels.

Salim gradually began to lose interest in his work – it had become too mechanical for his taste. He didn’t really need to think; his boss had all the answers. He was learning nothing new, and he felt his career was going nowhere. As he became more and more discouraged, his performance suffered. From being someone with immense promise and potential Salim was now in danger of becoming just another mediocre techie.

Questions:

Q1. What, according to you, were the reasons for Salim’s disillusionment? Answer the question using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. (2.5 marks)

Q2. What should Salim do to resolve his situation? (1.25 marks)

Q3. What should a team leader do, to ensure high levels of motivation among his/her team members? (1.25 Marks)

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Power Point Final Exam Project HLTH 3401 Contemporary Women’s Health Your Final

Power Point Final Exam Project

HLTH 3401 Contemporary Women’s Health

Your Final Exam Assignment will be completing an individual power point presentation over a Women’s Health topic. Your submitted presentation will be worth 20% of your grade. I will begin accepting your power point presentations from NOVEMBER 4 through THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 before 10:00pm. The last day for submission for your Final Exam Power Point Presentation is THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 before/by 10pm.

You are a health care provider and have been invited to deliver the key-note speech at a professional women’s group centering on the theme of “Women’s Health.” Your audience of 20 persons varies in age from 25- 68 years old.

Your power point presentation will consist of 14-18 slides. Each slide will contain lecture/participation notes located in the “Speaker Notes” area below each actual slide to supplement and expand examples which are located on your power point slides. The Speaker notes will consist of at least five sentences per slide. Speaker notes are the words you would say if you are delivering the presentation in class. (Just pretend you are presenting your Power point to our class and include what you will actually say in your Speaker notes. You are not simply writing the words or phrases you put on the slides, but will explain the information on the slides and add examples in depth. The Slides will contain the phrases/bullet points you insert to guide you with your presentation (use bullet points or short phrases). Please see the additional Power Point example icon I placed on the course home page.

You will select one subject pertinent to women’s health (Do not choose one of the essay subjects you already wrote about as a written assignment, during the course, nor HIV/AIDS as a choice, nor any other power point you completed for any other course. If you submit a power point taken from another course, you will receive a 0 for the grade as you did not complete work required nor researched a new topic.

Slide 1: Class name, your name, topic (Introduce yourself in the Speaker notes areas and qualifications). (You can “create” some qualifications referring to your dream career choice if you like.)

Slides 2-11: Contain the following information: (You may add up to 5 additional slides to insert information)

Why the topic is important to women’s health

Describe the health issue and its impact on women’s health

What are the risks to women

What are the various treatments for this health issue

What can be done to prevent the health issue (Prevention and Wellness Education)

What current research studies are available for women on this topic

Summarize two research articles found on your subject using the CSU Online University Library (Use bullet points to describe the studies and full complete sentences in the Speaker notes section with a sound developed overview of this study. Describe the purpose of the study or article, authors, the overall discussion and any results, limitations and/or support). Use at least 2 slides so you are not including both on one slide. Include the number of study participants if available, the design, limitations, etc. This must be a research study already completed and listed in a reliable Journal found in the Clayton Online Library.

How will you encourage the audience to take action to prevent or reduce chances of the health issue

How can you increase public awareness and education on this topic

Next Slide: Conclusion/ Summary (You will also discuss how this subject made impact on you in this section).

Last Slide: at least 4 references from reliable health sites/studies and 2 from the research studies (total 6 references) Provide full references which include the author’s name, journal name, year of publication, etc. If using a website, include as much detail as possible. Do NOT only provide a weblink, as this will not be acceptable.

You may add up to 5 additional slides in section Slides 2-11 if your information is detailed. Your total slide presentation may be up to 19 slides

General Tips

Limit 5 lines of text per slide and 5 words per line

Enter detailed (written complete sentences) information in the “speaker notes” (white space) below each slide to demonstrate understanding of topic (at least five sentences per slide). Do this for each slide except the title and reference slide.

Contrast text and background color. Do not insert “moving animations”

Do not insert pictures which are from copyrighted sources as you do not have permission to use them. Use only pictures from “Yahoo art”. Do NOT use more than 3 pictures and they must be small pictures and not taking up the entire slide as it will make the ppt file too large to send.

Please note: Lecture/ speaker notes are inserted below the slide. Speaker notes are what you would actually be saying if you are presenting this information in class. They are also known as speaker/ lecture notes. If you have questions how to insert speaker notes, please contact the HUB. Speaker notes do not go in the slide, but underneath in the “text area” below the actual slide in the “white space” area

Slides contain only bullet points and abbreviated words. Do not routinely use sentences on the actual slides. Do not include too much detailed information on your slides as your audience will be reading your slides and not listening to you and it will give a cluttered appearance.

Select at least two research articles pertaining to your subject from the online library available through Clayton State. If you are not sure how to do this, please contact the school library. You will be explaining the two research studies in depth as part of your presentation.

Grading Rubric Final Exam

Grading Criteria Maximum Points

Describes why the health topic is important to women 5

Accurately describes health topic/ issue 5

Describe at least 3 risks to women 3

Describe at least 3 ways for prevention of health issue 5

Describe at least 2 treatments for the health topic 2

Summarized two research articles 10

Describe 4 ways to educate the public about your health topic 8

Summarizes points on last slide 4

Lists at least 6 medically reliable references 6

Speaker notes written under each slide (at least 5 sentences per slide) 30

No grammar or spelling errors 4

Used at least 5 medical vocabulary terms relevant to health topic 5

Used three small graphics (pictures, graph, etc) inserted 3

Slides: organized flow, professional appearance, color contrast 5

Slides are not clutter with sentences; rather bullet points or phrases

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Assignment 2 MGT101 (1st Term 2021-2022) Case Study Deadline: 20/11/2021 @ 23:59

Assignment 2 MGT101 (1st Term 2021-2022)

Case Study

Deadline: 20/11/2021 @ 23:59

Course Name: Principles of Management

Student’s Name:

Course Code: MGT101

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: 1st

CRN:

Academic Year: 1442/1443 H, 1st Term

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Students’ Grade: /5

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

This assignment is an individual assignment.

Due date for Assignment 2 is by the end of Week 11.(20/11/2020)

The Assignment must be submitted only in WORD format via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Assignment Purposes/Learning Outcomes:

After completion of Assignment-2 students will able to understand the

1. Examine management issues and practices in motivation; organizational culture, structure, and behavior; team dynamics; and communication.

2. Relate motivational theories to motivating and demotivating factors.
3. Know and discuss manager’s role in motivating employees.

Assignment-2

Case Study

In September 2018, Mohammed Salim joined KAAF Software Solutions (KAFF) as a Senior Programmer, with a handsome pay. Prior to this job, he worked successfully as an Assistant Programmer in Gant Computers (Gant). Salim felt that working for KAFF, there are better career prospects, as it was growing much faster than Gant, which was a relatively small company.

Although Salim had enjoyed working there (at Gant), he realized that to grow further in his field, he would have to join a bigger company, and preferable one that handled international projects. He was sure he would excel in his position at KAFF, just as he had done in his old job at Gant.

KAFF had international operations and there was more than a slim chance that he would be sent to USA or the UK on a project. Knowing that this would give him a lot of exposure, besides looking good on his resume, Salim was quite excited about his new job.

Salim joined Mrs. Zeenat’s five-member team at KAFF. He had met Mrs. Zeenat during the orientation sessions, and was looking forward to working under her. His team members seemed warm and friendly, and comfortable with their work. He introduced himself to the team members and got to know more about each of them.

Wanting to know more about his boss, he casually asked one of the team members, about Mrs Zeenat. He was told that Mrs. Zeenat does not interfere with our work. Salim was surprised to know this and thought that probably Mrs. Zeenat was leaving them alone to do their work without any guidance, in order to allow them to realize their full potential.

At Gant, Salim had worked under Abdulrahman and had looked up to him as a guide and mentor – always guiding, but never interfering. Abdulrahman had let Salim make his own mistakes and learn from them. He had always encouraged individual ideas, and let the team discover the flaws, if any, through discussion and experience. He rarely held an individual member of his team responsible if the team as a whole failed to deliver – for him the responsibility for any failure was collective. Salim remembered telling his colleagues at Gant that the ideal boss would be someone who did not interfere with his/her subordinate’s work. Salim wanted to believe that Mrs. Zeenat too was the non-interfering type. If that was the case, surely her non-interference would only help him to grow.

In his first week at work, Salim found the atmosphere at the office a bit dull. However, he was quite excited. His team had been assigned a new project and was facing a few glitches with the new software. He had thought about the problem till late in the night and had come up with several possible solutions. He could not wait to discuss them with his team and Mrs. Zeenat. He smiled to himself when he thought of how Mrs. Zeenat would react when he will tell her that he had come up with several possible solutions to the problem. He was sure she would be happy with his having put in so much effort into the project, right from day one.

He was daydreaming about all the praise that he was going to get when Mrs. Zeenat walked into the office. Salim waited for her to go into her cabin, and after five minutes, called her up, asking to see her. She asked him to come in after tem minutes. When he went in, she looked at him blankly and asked, “Yes?” Not sure whether she had recognized him, Salim introduced himself. She said, “Ok, but why did you want to meet me?” He started to tell her about the problems they were having with the software. But before he could even finish, she told him that she was busy with other things, and that she would send an email with the solution to all the members of the team by the end of the day, and that they could then implement it immediately. Salim was somewhat taken aback. However, ever the optimist, he thought that she had perhaps already discussed the matter with the team.

Salim came out of Mrs. Zeenat’s cabin and went straight to where his team members sat. He thought it would still be nice to bounce ideas off them and also to see what solutions others might come up with. He told them of all the solutions he had in mind. He waited for the others to come up with their suggestions but not one of them spoke up. He was surprised, and asked them point-blank why they were so disinterested.

Faisal, one of the team members, said, “What is the point in our discussing these things? Mrs. Zeenat is not going to have time to listen to us on discuss anything. She will just give us the solution she thinks is best, and we will just do what she tells us to do; why waste everyone’s time?”

Salim felt his heart sink. Was this the way things worked over here? However, he refused to lose heart and thought that maybe, he could change things a little. But as the days went by, Salim realized that Mrs. Zeenat was the complete opposite of his old boss.

While she was efficient at what she did and extremely intelligent, she had neither the time nor the inclination to groom her subordinates. Her solutions to problem were always correct, but she was not willing to discuss or debate the merits of any other ideas that her team might have. She did not hold the team down to their deadlines not did she ever interfere. In fact, she rarely said anything at all. If work did not get finished on time, she would just blame her team, and totally disassociate herself from them.

Time and again, Salim found himself thinking of Abdulrahman his old boss, and of how he had been such a positive influence. Mrs. Zeenat, on the other hand, even without actively doing anything, had managed to significantly lower his motivation levels.

Salim gradually began to lose interest in his work – it had become too mechanical for his taste. He didn’t really need to think; his boss had all the answers. He was learning nothing new, and he felt his career was going nowhere. As he became more and more discouraged, his performance suffered. From being someone with immense promise and potential Salim was now in danger of becoming just another mediocre techie.

Questions:

Q1. What, according to you, were the reasons for Salim’s disillusionment? Answer the question using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. (2.5 marks)

Q2. What should Salim do to resolve his situation? (1.25 marks)

Q3. What should a team leader do, to ensure high levels of motivation among his/her team members? (1.25 Marks)

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Assignment 2 MGT101 (1st Term 2021-2022) Case Study Deadline: 20/11/2021 @ 23:59

Writing Assignment Help Assignment 2 MGT101 (1st Term 2021-2022)

Case Study

Deadline: 20/11/2021 @ 23:59

Course Name: Principles of Management

Student’s Name:

Course Code: MGT101

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: 1st

CRN:

Academic Year: 1442/1443 H, 1st Term

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Students’ Grade: /5

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

This assignment is an individual assignment.

Due date for Assignment 2 is by the end of Week 11.(20/11/2020)

The Assignment must be submitted only in WORD format via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Assignment Purposes/Learning Outcomes:

After completion of Assignment-2 students will able to understand the

1. Examine management issues and practices in motivation; organizational culture, structure, and behavior; team dynamics; and communication.

2. Relate motivational theories to motivating and demotivating factors.
3. Know and discuss manager’s role in motivating employees.

Assignment-2

Case Study

In September 2018, Mohammed Salim joined KAAF Software Solutions (KAFF) as a Senior Programmer, with a handsome pay. Prior to this job, he worked successfully as an Assistant Programmer in Gant Computers (Gant). Salim felt that working for KAFF, there are better career prospects, as it was growing much faster than Gant, which was a relatively small company.

Although Salim had enjoyed working there (at Gant), he realized that to grow further in his field, he would have to join a bigger company, and preferable one that handled international projects. He was sure he would excel in his position at KAFF, just as he had done in his old job at Gant.

KAFF had international operations and there was more than a slim chance that he would be sent to USA or the UK on a project. Knowing that this would give him a lot of exposure, besides looking good on his resume, Salim was quite excited about his new job.

Salim joined Mrs. Zeenat’s five-member team at KAFF. He had met Mrs. Zeenat during the orientation sessions, and was looking forward to working under her. His team members seemed warm and friendly, and comfortable with their work. He introduced himself to the team members and got to know more about each of them.

Wanting to know more about his boss, he casually asked one of the team members, about Mrs Zeenat. He was told that Mrs. Zeenat does not interfere with our work. Salim was surprised to know this and thought that probably Mrs. Zeenat was leaving them alone to do their work without any guidance, in order to allow them to realize their full potential.

At Gant, Salim had worked under Abdulrahman and had looked up to him as a guide and mentor – always guiding, but never interfering. Abdulrahman had let Salim make his own mistakes and learn from them. He had always encouraged individual ideas, and let the team discover the flaws, if any, through discussion and experience. He rarely held an individual member of his team responsible if the team as a whole failed to deliver – for him the responsibility for any failure was collective. Salim remembered telling his colleagues at Gant that the ideal boss would be someone who did not interfere with his/her subordinate’s work. Salim wanted to believe that Mrs. Zeenat too was the non-interfering type. If that was the case, surely her non-interference would only help him to grow.

In his first week at work, Salim found the atmosphere at the office a bit dull. However, he was quite excited. His team had been assigned a new project and was facing a few glitches with the new software. He had thought about the problem till late in the night and had come up with several possible solutions. He could not wait to discuss them with his team and Mrs. Zeenat. He smiled to himself when he thought of how Mrs. Zeenat would react when he will tell her that he had come up with several possible solutions to the problem. He was sure she would be happy with his having put in so much effort into the project, right from day one.

He was daydreaming about all the praise that he was going to get when Mrs. Zeenat walked into the office. Salim waited for her to go into her cabin, and after five minutes, called her up, asking to see her. She asked him to come in after tem minutes. When he went in, she looked at him blankly and asked, “Yes?” Not sure whether she had recognized him, Salim introduced himself. She said, “Ok, but why did you want to meet me?” He started to tell her about the problems they were having with the software. But before he could even finish, she told him that she was busy with other things, and that she would send an email with the solution to all the members of the team by the end of the day, and that they could then implement it immediately. Salim was somewhat taken aback. However, ever the optimist, he thought that she had perhaps already discussed the matter with the team.

Salim came out of Mrs. Zeenat’s cabin and went straight to where his team members sat. He thought it would still be nice to bounce ideas off them and also to see what solutions others might come up with. He told them of all the solutions he had in mind. He waited for the others to come up with their suggestions but not one of them spoke up. He was surprised, and asked them point-blank why they were so disinterested.

Faisal, one of the team members, said, “What is the point in our discussing these things? Mrs. Zeenat is not going to have time to listen to us on discuss anything. She will just give us the solution she thinks is best, and we will just do what she tells us to do; why waste everyone’s time?”

Salim felt his heart sink. Was this the way things worked over here? However, he refused to lose heart and thought that maybe, he could change things a little. But as the days went by, Salim realized that Mrs. Zeenat was the complete opposite of his old boss.

While she was efficient at what she did and extremely intelligent, she had neither the time nor the inclination to groom her subordinates. Her solutions to problem were always correct, but she was not willing to discuss or debate the merits of any other ideas that her team might have. She did not hold the team down to their deadlines not did she ever interfere. In fact, she rarely said anything at all. If work did not get finished on time, she would just blame her team, and totally disassociate herself from them.

Time and again, Salim found himself thinking of Abdulrahman his old boss, and of how he had been such a positive influence. Mrs. Zeenat, on the other hand, even without actively doing anything, had managed to significantly lower his motivation levels.

Salim gradually began to lose interest in his work – it had become too mechanical for his taste. He didn’t really need to think; his boss had all the answers. He was learning nothing new, and he felt his career was going nowhere. As he became more and more discouraged, his performance suffered. From being someone with immense promise and potential Salim was now in danger of becoming just another mediocre techie.

Questions:

Q1. What, according to you, were the reasons for Salim’s disillusionment? Answer the question using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. (2.5 marks)

Q2. What should Salim do to resolve his situation? (1.25 marks)

Q3. What should a team leader do, to ensure high levels of motivation among his/her team members? (1.25 Marks)

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Power Point Final Exam Project HLTH 3401 Contemporary Women’s Health Your Final

Power Point Final Exam Project

HLTH 3401 Contemporary Women’s Health

Your Final Exam Assignment will be completing an individual power point presentation over a Women’s Health topic. Your submitted presentation will be worth 20% of your grade. I will begin accepting your power point presentations from NOVEMBER 4 through THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 before 10:00pm. The last day for submission for your Final Exam Power Point Presentation is THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 before/by 10pm.

You are a health care provider and have been invited to deliver the key-note speech at a professional women’s group centering on the theme of “Women’s Health.” Your audience of 20 persons varies in age from 25- 68 years old.

Your power point presentation will consist of 14-18 slides. Each slide will contain lecture/participation notes located in the “Speaker Notes” area below each actual slide to supplement and expand examples which are located on your power point slides. The Speaker notes will consist of at least five sentences per slide. Speaker notes are the words you would say if you are delivering the presentation in class. (Just pretend you are presenting your Power point to our class and include what you will actually say in your Speaker notes. You are not simply writing the words or phrases you put on the slides, but will explain the information on the slides and add examples in depth. The Slides will contain the phrases/bullet points you insert to guide you with your presentation (use bullet points or short phrases). Please see the additional Power Point example icon I placed on the course home page.

You will select one subject pertinent to women’s health (Do not choose one of the essay subjects you already wrote about as a written assignment, during the course, nor HIV/AIDS as a choice, nor any other power point you completed for any other course. If you submit a power point taken from another course, you will receive a 0 for the grade as you did not complete work required nor researched a new topic.

Slide 1: Class name, your name, topic (Introduce yourself in the Speaker notes areas and qualifications). (You can “create” some qualifications referring to your dream career choice if you like.)

Slides 2-11: Contain the following information: (You may add up to 5 additional slides to insert information)

Why the topic is important to women’s health

Describe the health issue and its impact on women’s health

What are the risks to women

What are the various treatments for this health issue

What can be done to prevent the health issue (Prevention and Wellness Education)

What current research studies are available for women on this topic

Summarize two research articles found on your subject using the CSU Online University Library (Use bullet points to describe the studies and full complete sentences in the Speaker notes section with a sound developed overview of this study. Describe the purpose of the study or article, authors, the overall discussion and any results, limitations and/or support). Use at least 2 slides so you are not including both on one slide. Include the number of study participants if available, the design, limitations, etc. This must be a research study already completed and listed in a reliable Journal found in the Clayton Online Library.

How will you encourage the audience to take action to prevent or reduce chances of the health issue

How can you increase public awareness and education on this topic

Next Slide: Conclusion/ Summary (You will also discuss how this subject made impact on you in this section).

Last Slide: at least 4 references from reliable health sites/studies and 2 from the research studies (total 6 references) Provide full references which include the author’s name, journal name, year of publication, etc. If using a website, include as much detail as possible. Do NOT only provide a weblink, as this will not be acceptable.

You may add up to 5 additional slides in section Slides 2-11 if your information is detailed. Your total slide presentation may be up to 19 slides

General Tips

Limit 5 lines of text per slide and 5 words per line

Enter detailed (written complete sentences) information in the “speaker notes” (white space) below each slide to demonstrate understanding of topic (at least five sentences per slide). Do this for each slide except the title and reference slide.

Contrast text and background color. Do not insert “moving animations”

Do not insert pictures which are from copyrighted sources as you do not have permission to use them. Use only pictures from “Yahoo art”. Do NOT use more than 3 pictures and they must be small pictures and not taking up the entire slide as it will make the ppt file too large to send.

Please note: Lecture/ speaker notes are inserted below the slide. Speaker notes are what you would actually be saying if you are presenting this information in class. They are also known as speaker/ lecture notes. If you have questions how to insert speaker notes, please contact the HUB. Speaker notes do not go in the slide, but underneath in the “text area” below the actual slide in the “white space” area

Slides contain only bullet points and abbreviated words. Do not routinely use sentences on the actual slides. Do not include too much detailed information on your slides as your audience will be reading your slides and not listening to you and it will give a cluttered appearance.

Select at least two research articles pertaining to your subject from the online library available through Clayton State. If you are not sure how to do this, please contact the school library. You will be explaining the two research studies in depth as part of your presentation.

Grading Rubric Final Exam

Grading Criteria Maximum Points

Describes why the health topic is important to women 5

Accurately describes health topic/ issue 5

Describe at least 3 risks to women 3

Describe at least 3 ways for prevention of health issue 5

Describe at least 2 treatments for the health topic 2

Summarized two research articles 10

Describe 4 ways to educate the public about your health topic 8

Summarizes points on last slide 4

Lists at least 6 medically reliable references 6

Speaker notes written under each slide (at least 5 sentences per slide) 30

No grammar or spelling errors 4

Used at least 5 medical vocabulary terms relevant to health topic 5

Used three small graphics (pictures, graph, etc) inserted 3

Slides: organized flow, professional appearance, color contrast 5

Slides are not clutter with sentences; rather bullet points or phrases

while Speaker notes contain full sentences. 5[supanova_question]

Power Point Final Exam Project HLTH 3401 Contemporary Women’s Health Your Final

Power Point Final Exam Project

HLTH 3401 Contemporary Women’s Health

Your Final Exam Assignment will be completing an individual power point presentation over a Women’s Health topic. Your submitted presentation will be worth 20% of your grade. I will begin accepting your power point presentations from NOVEMBER 4 through THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 before 10:00pm. The last day for submission for your Final Exam Power Point Presentation is THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 before/by 10pm.

You are a health care provider and have been invited to deliver the key-note speech at a professional women’s group centering on the theme of “Women’s Health.” Your audience of 20 persons varies in age from 25- 68 years old.

Your power point presentation will consist of 14-18 slides. Each slide will contain lecture/participation notes located in the “Speaker Notes” area below each actual slide to supplement and expand examples which are located on your power point slides. The Speaker notes will consist of at least five sentences per slide. Speaker notes are the words you would say if you are delivering the presentation in class. (Just pretend you are presenting your Power point to our class and include what you will actually say in your Speaker notes. You are not simply writing the words or phrases you put on the slides, but will explain the information on the slides and add examples in depth. The Slides will contain the phrases/bullet points you insert to guide you with your presentation (use bullet points or short phrases). Please see the additional Power Point example icon I placed on the course home page.

You will select one subject pertinent to women’s health (Do not choose one of the essay subjects you already wrote about as a written assignment, during the course, nor HIV/AIDS as a choice, nor any other power point you completed for any other course. If you submit a power point taken from another course, you will receive a 0 for the grade as you did not complete work required nor researched a new topic.

Slide 1: Class name, your name, topic (Introduce yourself in the Speaker notes areas and qualifications). (You can “create” some qualifications referring to your dream career choice if you like.)

Slides 2-11: Contain the following information: (You may add up to 5 additional slides to insert information)

Why the topic is important to women’s health

Describe the health issue and its impact on women’s health

What are the risks to women

What are the various treatments for this health issue

What can be done to prevent the health issue (Prevention and Wellness Education)

What current research studies are available for women on this topic

Summarize two research articles found on your subject using the CSU Online University Library (Use bullet points to describe the studies and full complete sentences in the Speaker notes section with a sound developed overview of this study. Describe the purpose of the study or article, authors, the overall discussion and any results, limitations and/or support). Use at least 2 slides so you are not including both on one slide. Include the number of study participants if available, the design, limitations, etc. This must be a research study already completed and listed in a reliable Journal found in the Clayton Online Library.

How will you encourage the audience to take action to prevent or reduce chances of the health issue

How can you increase public awareness and education on this topic

Next Slide: Conclusion/ Summary (You will also discuss how this subject made impact on you in this section).

Last Slide: at least 4 references from reliable health sites/studies and 2 from the research studies (total 6 references) Provide full references which include the author’s name, journal name, year of publication, etc. If using a website, include as much detail as possible. Do NOT only provide a weblink, as this will not be acceptable.

You may add up to 5 additional slides in section Slides 2-11 if your information is detailed. Your total slide presentation may be up to 19 slides

General Tips

Limit 5 lines of text per slide and 5 words per line

Enter detailed (written complete sentences) information in the “speaker notes” (white space) below each slide to demonstrate understanding of topic (at least five sentences per slide). Do this for each slide except the title and reference slide.

Contrast text and background color. Do not insert “moving animations”

Do not insert pictures which are from copyrighted sources as you do not have permission to use them. Use only pictures from “Yahoo art”. Do NOT use more than 3 pictures and they must be small pictures and not taking up the entire slide as it will make the ppt file too large to send.

Please note: Lecture/ speaker notes are inserted below the slide. Speaker notes are what you would actually be saying if you are presenting this information in class. They are also known as speaker/ lecture notes. If you have questions how to insert speaker notes, please contact the HUB. Speaker notes do not go in the slide, but underneath in the “text area” below the actual slide in the “white space” area

Slides contain only bullet points and abbreviated words. Do not routinely use sentences on the actual slides. Do not include too much detailed information on your slides as your audience will be reading your slides and not listening to you and it will give a cluttered appearance.

Select at least two research articles pertaining to your subject from the online library available through Clayton State. If you are not sure how to do this, please contact the school library. You will be explaining the two research studies in depth as part of your presentation.

Grading Rubric Final Exam

Grading Criteria Maximum Points

Describes why the health topic is important to women 5

Accurately describes health topic/ issue 5

Describe at least 3 risks to women 3

Describe at least 3 ways for prevention of health issue 5

Describe at least 2 treatments for the health topic 2

Summarized two research articles 10

Describe 4 ways to educate the public about your health topic 8

Summarizes points on last slide 4

Lists at least 6 medically reliable references 6

Speaker notes written under each slide (at least 5 sentences per slide) 30

No grammar or spelling errors 4

Used at least 5 medical vocabulary terms relevant to health topic 5

Used three small graphics (pictures, graph, etc) inserted 3

Slides: organized flow, professional appearance, color contrast 5

Slides are not clutter with sentences; rather bullet points or phrases

while Speaker notes contain full sentences. 5[supanova_question]