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CJA 354 Week 3 Individual Personal
Crimes Analysis NEW
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For this assignment, you will choose from the following options:
•Option 1: Personal Crimes Analysis Presentation
•Option 2: Personal Crimes Analysis Matrix
•Option 3: Personal Crimes Analysis Posterboard
Read the instructions in the University Material: Personal Crimes
Analysis located on the student website and select one of the following
options to complete the assignment.
Rules For Power Point Presentations
A PowerPoint presentation is not merely a paper divided up among
slides. A PowerPoint is supposed to be eye-catching and interesting to
the viewer. In addition to whatever words are on the slide, the slide itself
should have a meaningful background and whatever graphics you feel
Aside from the graphics, the slides should contain bullet points of what
you will be "discussing". The bulk of the information you are supplying
will be in the speaker notes. This is how a PowerPoint is presented to an
audience. The slides will give the headlines of what you will be talking
about and what the audience will see. What you will be telling the
audience, in explaining those bullet points, is what you will write in the
speaker notes. These, therefore, must have all the information you might
have written in a paper.
I do not want to see a lot of verbiage in the slides, and I do not want to
see empty speaker notes. Leaving the notes blank or including nothing
but a reference is insufficient.
Speaking of references, every slide and all speaker notes must have
cites as to where the information came from. If photographs or other
graphics (illustrations, etc.) are used in the slides, these must be cited
and referenced also. And there must be at least one reference slide at the
end of the presentation (this and the title slide will count towards the
number of slides you are to provide).
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