BUS101 Business Communication :
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Assessment 4 Information
Develop and deliver a presentation in-class with supporting slides on a business communication topic.
Presenting information to verbally to groups with visual aids is a fundamental business skill. The Learning Outcomes you will demonstrate in performing this assessment include:
|LO1:||Employ the principles of communication to develop strategies to overcome barriers to communication.|
|LO2:||Relate the ways culture influences communication and affects meaning to a business context.|
|LO3:||Apply professional written communication skills to a range of contexts.|
|LO4:||Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate with diverse groups.|
|LO5:||Demonstrate professional oral communication strategies for a range of organisational communication events.|
- 1. Attend your Week 5 and Week 10 workshops and participate in class activities to further develop your presentation skills.
- 2. Prepare a presentation accompanied by 3-5 slides based on the topic of Assertive Communication, or Active Listening Skills, or Non-verbal Communication, or Intercultural Communication, including:
- i. An overview of the chosen topic and relevant theory
- ii. The reason you chose the topic
- Real-life examples of the relevant theory being applied in the workplace
- iv. One new practice you wish to apply to your business career
- 3. Include a minimum of four references in your slides following the Kaplan Harvard style.
- 4. Submit your Slide Deck to MyKBS in Week 11 and deliver your presentation in Week 12.
Important Study Information
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Submissions that exceed the word limit by more than 10% will cease to be marked from the point at which that limit is exceeded.
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Assessment Marking Guide
|Criteria||F (Fail) 0%-49%||P (Pass) 50%-64%||CR (Credit) 65%-74%||D (Distinction) 75% – 84%||HD (High Distinction) 85%-100%||Mark|
|Language and Presentation||Sentences are poorly structured. Presenter does not appear well rehearsed and reads presentation directly from notes. Presenter delivery is poor.||Sentences are reasonably structured but could be improved substantially. Presenter appears somewhat rehearsed and frequently refers to notes. Presenter delivery is satisfactory||Sentences are structured and clear with a few errors which compromise meaning. Presenter appears rehearsed, prepared for most of the presentation and occasionally refer to notes . Presenter delivery is very good.||Sentence structure is very good, clear, and supports the content. Presenter appears rehearsed, well prepared and is not reliant on notes. Presenter delivery is engaging and demonstrates some audience awareness.||Sentences are excellently structured, clear, and designed to complement the content. Presenter appears fully rehearsed, well prepared and is not reliant on notes and does not appear to have memorised the presentation. Presenter delivery is engaging and demonstrates audience awareness.||/20|
|Content, Reflection, and Slide Deck||Appears unfamiliar with content. Presentation does not incorporate relevant information including: Topic and Theory OverviewReasonReal life examplesOne take away practice||A descriptive BUS101 Business Communication narrative in the oral presentation following the slide deck. Presentation incorporates some information and description including: Topic and Theory OverviewReasonReal life examplesOne take away practice||Clear description in oral presentation which supports slide deck. Presentation incorporates relevant information and forms an argument or description including: Topic and Theory OverviewReasonReal life examplesOne take away practice||Clear and succinct description in oral presentation which expands on slide deck. Presentation incorporates most of the relevant information and develops a clear, logical argument or description including: Topic and Theory OverviewReasonReal life examplesOne take away practice||Comprehensive and succinct description in oral presentation which reflects and expands on slide deck. Presentation incorporates all relevant information and develops a clear, logical argument or description including: Topic and Theory OverviewReasonReal life examplesOne take away practice||/20|
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