Prepare a PowerPoint presentation demonstrating the use of one or more of the causal argument forms you studied to solve a problem from your program of study (Business).
|Use clearly defined terms. 20%||Uses unclear and ambiguous terms, leaving unanswered questions about the terms used.||Uses some unclear and ambiguous terms.||Uses clearly defined terms.||Uses clearly defined terms and avoids any ambiguity.|
|Distinguish facts from judgments. 20%||Confuses facts with judgments.||Presents some judgments as facts.||Distinguishes facts from judgments, but at least one judgment has no evidence to support it.||Distinguishes facts from judgments and provides adequate support for all judgments.|
|Present sound arguments using reliable evidence to support all conclusions. 20%||Does not present sound arguments.||Presents an argument, but at least one conclusion is obviously invalid.||Presents sound arguments using reliable evidence to support all conclusions.||Presents sound arguments, with reliable evidence to support all conclusions and no fallacies.|
|Create an effective and persuasive PowerPoint presentation. 20%||Does not create an effective PowerPoint presentation.||Creates a PowerPoint presentation that is partially effective and persuasive.||Creates an effective and persuasive PowerPoint presentation.||Creates an extremely effective and persuasive PowerPoint presentation.|
|Write coherently to support a central idea in appropriate format with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics. 20%||Writing does not support a central idea in appropriate format. Does not use correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.||Writing supports an idea. Format is inconsistent, contains major errors of grammar, usage, and mechanics.||Writing clearly supports a central idea in appropriate format and with few errors of grammar, usage, and mechanics.||Writing is coherent, using evidence to support a central idea in a consistently appropriate format with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.|
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