A documentary presentation about any Asian or European culture
For this assignment, you will need to find a way to experience a culture (it’s can be any asian or european culture) or cultures that are different from your own by engaging in an activity focused on a specific group of people. For this assignment you will view a documentary that provide a unique opportunity for you to learn in such a way that it moves you from a passive to an active participant in the learning process, especially in the areas of organizational and international culture.
You must find a place where you are the minority—“the other.”
You need to take detailed notes on your experience, and you will discuss your impressions and feelings and what you have learned from this encounter. Some research done on the selected group should also be presented.
Grading will be based upon the type of activity selected, the quality of the discussion, and the application of course concepts to this learning experience.
There should be between 8 and 14 slides for this presentation, including a title slide and a reference slide
Under each slide narrated explanation is required.
SPECIFIC CRITERIA 1. Content
Content is clear, thorough, and organized effectively. Content appropriate for time allowed. Major points clearly defined.
Content is somewhat clear, thorough, and organized effectively. Content mostly appropriate for time allowed. Most major points well defined.
Content is generally unclear, incomplete, and only somewhat organized. Only a few major points well defined.
Content is disconnected, disorganized, inaccurate, and is not appropriate for time allowed (either too much or not enough).
Use of visual aids appropriate. Slides easy to read, effective design, interesting, with no spelling or grammatical errors.
Use of visual aids generally appropriate. Slides generally easy to read, somewhat interesting, with only a few spelling or grammatical errors.
Use of visual aids not fully appropriate. Slides generally not easy to read or interesting, with frequent spelling or grammatical errors.
Use of visual aids not appropriate. Slides not easy to read or interesting, with many spelling or grammatical errors.
Presentation shows considerable originality and inventiveness. The content and ideas are presented in a unique and interesting way. Graphics support content of presentation. Voice clear and audible. Speaks articulately.
Presentation shows some originality and inventiveness. The content and ideas are presented in an interesting way. Some of the graphics support content of presentation.Voice somewhat clear and audible. Speaks articulately most of the time.
Presentation shows an attempt at originality and inventiveness on one or two slides. Few graphics used.
Voice not always clear and audible; some difficulty in understanding the message.
Presentation is a rehash of other people’s ideas or graphics and shows very little attempt at original thought.
No graphics used. Voice is not clear or audible. Speech is not articulately.
4. References and Citations
Appropriate number of references included both on individual slides and on the final reference slide. Proper APA format used.
Some references included throughout presentation and on the final reference slide. Not all are in proper APA format.
Few references included throughout presentation; no reference slide. Not all are in proper APA format.
No references included in the body of the paper or on reference slide
Any citation style (APA, MLA, Chicago/Turabian, Harvard)
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