Week 7 Case Video Presentation INSTRUCTIONS Define and describe osteoporosis, including pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical

Week 7 Case Video Presentation INSTRUCTIONS

Define and describe osteoporosis, including pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical manifestations, evaluation, and treatment.

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In your presentation, include the following:

· Include at least one type of visual aid in your presentation, such as PowerPoint slides. PLEASE 8-10 SLIDES INCLIDING REFERENCES PAGE.

· You are expected to explain the processes or concepts in your own words using references to support your explanations. Include a reference list at the end and cite references verbally or with on-screen citations.

· Use appropriate master’s level terminology.

· Include all necessary physiology and/or pathophysiology in your explanation.

· Use detailed explanations to teach or explain. Your audience is your classmates and professional colleagues.

· Reference at least two sources; you may cite your e-text as a source. Use APA format to style your visual aids and cite your sources. Include a reference page in your video.

· Your presentation must include both audio and visual components and be professional in nature.

Possible Topics:

· Define and describe osteoporosis, including pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical manifestations, evaluation, and treatment.

 Review the rubric for more information on how your assignment will be graded.

Rubric

NURS_530_DE – Video Presentation Rubric (2)

NURS_530_DE – Video Presentation Rubric (2)

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent

25 to >21.75 pts

Meeting Expectations

The introduction gets your attention and lays out the topic well. It establishes a strong framework for the rest of the presentation. The conclusion is comprehensive and compelling. Presentation contains accurate and complete information. Ideas, facts, and information demonstrate a strong, confident understanding of the material.

21.75 to >18.75 pts

Approaching Expectations

The introduction lays out the topic. It establishes some framework for the rest of the presentation. The conclusion is clear. Presentation contains accurate and complete information. Ideas, facts, and information demonstrate an understanding of the material.

18.75 to >14.75 pts

Falling Slightly Below Expectations

The minimal introduction establishes a vague framework for the rest of the presentation. The conclusion is abrupt or unclear. Presentation contains some inaccurate and incomplete information. Ideas, facts, and information demonstrate little understanding of the material.

14.75 to >0 pts

Not Meeting Expectations

Introduction is missing. No framework is established for the presentation. The conclusion is missing. There may be multiple instances of inaccurate or incomplete information. No understanding is demonstrated.

25 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization

15 to >13.05 pts

Meeting Expectations

Information is presented in a clear, logical order with an apparent beginning, middle, and end. The speaker introduces the topic and identifies it skillfully.

13.05 to >11.25 pts

Approaching Expectations

Information is generally presented in a clear, logical order with an apparent beginning, middle, and end. The speaker introduces the topic.

11.25 to >8.85 pts

Falling Slightly Below Expectations

Information is presented in a way that shows little organization or order. The speaker fails to introduce the topic or does so in a way that is confusing.

8.85 to >0 pts

Not Meeting Expectations

Information is not presented in a logical, cohesive order. Topic is unclear.

15 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeNarration (audio)

15 to >13.05 pts

Meeting Expectations

The speaker speaks clearly and articulately without a lot of pauses, “ums,” and “ahs.” Information is presented in a confident, rehearsed manner. The speaker presents with a tone and manner appropriate for an academic audience. Audio is clear and free from background noise distractions. The length of presentation is within the assigned time limits.

13.05 to >11.25 pts

Approaching Expectations

The speaker speaks clearly and articulately for most of the presentation but may lapse occasionally with several pauses, “ums,” and “ahs.” Information is presented in a somewhat confident, casually rehearsed manner. The speaker generally presents with a tone and manner appropriate for an academic audience. Audio is generally clear and free from background noise with a few distractions. The length of presentation is slightly outside the assigned time limits.

11.25 to >8.85 pts

Falling Slightly Below Expectations

There are numerous lapses in audio or multiple background distractions. Speaker demonstrates little preparation. Tone may be inappropriate for the audience. The length of presentation is far outside the assigned time limits. Some audio is missing or difficult to hear. The length of presentation is well outside the assigned time limits.

8.85 to >0 pts

Not Meeting Expectations

It is difficult to follow the speaker due to many pauses, starts and stops, and other factors suggesting the speaker is not practiced or rehearsed. Little preparation or understanding of the topic is demonstrated. There is no audio. The length of presentation is far outside the assigned time limits.

15 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeVisual Aid(s)

10 to >8.7 pts

Meeting Expectations

Use of visual aids/ images is appropriate. Materials are easy to read, interesting, and relevant to the content.

8.7 to >7.5 pts

Approaching Expectations

Use of visual aids/ images is generally appropriate. Materials are generally easy to read, somewhat interesting, and relevant to the content.

7.5 to >5.9 pts

Falling Slightly Below Expectations

Use of visual aids/ images is not fully appropriate. Materials are generally not easy to read. May have irrelevant visual aids or images

5.9 to >0 pts

Not Meeting Expectations

Use of visual aids/ images is not appropriate. Materials are not easy to read.

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA and Mechanics

5 to >4.35 pts

Meeting Expectations

The assignment consistently follows current APA format and is free from errors in formatting, citation, and references. No grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. All sources are cited and referenced correctly.

4.35 to >3.75 pts

Approaching Expectations

The assignment consistently follows current APA format with only isolated and inconsistent mistakes and/ or has a few grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. Most sources are cited and referenced correctly.

3.75 to >2.95 pts

Falling Slightly Below Expectations

The assignment generally follows current APA format with several mistakes and grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. Most sources are cited and referenced incorrectly.

2.95 to >0 pts

Not Meeting Expectations

The assignment does not follow current APA format and/ or has many grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. Sources are missing.

5 pts

Total Points: 70

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