Step 3: Complete your Assignment 2B: Video Presentation Using Kaltura (/15)
Due by: July 20th, 2021 at 11:59pm
With whom? Assignment 2B can be done individually or in teams of 2 or 3 students. Team members will all receive the same grade.The names and student IDs of all students who have participated in the assignment should be clearly visible on the submitted assignment. You can only team up with students who chose the same ergogenic aid as you for assignment 2A
1. Using Kaltura (instruction below), create a video presentation using the information from your articles and other research. The presentation should provide background on your ergogenic aid and comes to conclusions about its scientific efficacy. Your presentation should be no more than 10 minutes and 10 slides (including images and references). It should be organized and flowed in a logical sense (introduction, body and conclusion) with APA style referencing. The presentation should cover the following:
What is your ergogenic aid? What is it thought to do with athletic performance (how does it help)? (2 marks)
Where is this ingredient found in real food? How much of the food would have to be eaten to reach an effective dose? Is this comparable? (3 marks)
How much does the dose studied cost for an athlete to take each week? Given the effects seen in the studies you looked at, is this a good use of those funds? Make sure you reference wherever you looked up the price. (2 marks)
Based on the studies you have researched, is this supplement effective? If so, why and for who? If not, why do you think so? Make sure you have clear links to the research done in Part A, but you are not limited to these 3 research articles. More credible research is encouraged to help with your presentation. (5 marks)
References (in text citations and properly formatted APA references page): (1 mark)
Organization, formatting and presentation style: (2 marks)
Tips on How to Organize Your Presentation
Your verbal message is the core of your presentation. Whether your presentation is long or short, it should still follow some basic rules, which have been passed down through the ages:
Tell your audience what you’re going to say.
Based on the above, all presentations can be divided into three parts: Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. Transition statements and transition words can be used to maintain flow.
The way you begin determines how your audience will respond throughout your presentation. First impressions are important, so make sure you follow the guidelines below to make a strong start. Your introduction should consist of three parts; the grabber, the thesis, and the overview.
THE GRABBER consists of your introductory remarks, which set the tone for what is to follow. One purpose of the grabber is to gain audience attention and create positive expectations about the presentation. A second objective is to establish rapport with the audience and assist in overcoming barriers between the speaker and the audience. A third objective is to wake up the sleepy members of your audience, especially if your presentation is scheduled right after lunch!
THE THESIS is a statement of purpose for the presentation. This is where you present your position to the audience. You explain how the audience will benefit from the information, thereby providing the audience with a reason to listen.
THE OVERVIEW indicates the main points which you will discuss in developing your thesis. The purpose is to show the audience what to expect so they can prepare to listen. This is especially important for global learners in the audience, who need to have a clear idea of the big picture before listening to the step-by-step details.
The body is the core of the presentation, where you develop the thesis. This is where most of the information will be covered. The number of main points should be limited depending on the length of the presentation. Offering people too much information only makes them tune out. Provide sufficient information to support your thesis without repeating yourself or going into too much detail. Provide stories, case studies, and examples whenever applicable. They provide an energizing break and enable the listener to grasp abstract concepts more easily. Use short script-like phrases to write the points of your talk. They will be easier for your listeners to understand than long, complicated sentences. Use examples and stories from your own life, career, or industry to sound and feel more authentic. Remember to speak at the level of your audience in terms of subject knowledge as well as language fluency. Whenever possible, keep your audience involved by asking for a show of hands.
THE REVIEW reinforces and summarizes the message. This is the part of the presentation when you can choose what was most important and what you would like audience members to remember. Choose three main concepts, ideas, or principles at the most.
There is no need to make any video. We just need 10 slides and answer to the questions. The articles which you will be using are attached in the document . The instructions are also attached,
The topic of the assignment is caffeine and you have to do part 2B
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