Gender Identity Powerpoint Presentation

Gender Identity Powerpoint Presentation

For this assignment, develop a 20–25 slide presentation with presentation notes that explores the issue you identified. In the Notes section of PowerPoint, write the script for your presentation. The script should also include content and documentation explaining each individual slide, including citations of peer-refereed journal articles and any other resources you used to develop your presentation. This is similar to writing a paper and highlighting the key parts of the paper as a PowerPoint presentation—with the content of the paper being placed in the Notes section of the slide. Below is a possible outline for your presentation: 1. Introduction. 2. Context for the topic (2–3 slides). 3. Review of the problem as explained in the research (10 slides). o Caution: Do not report each study as a slide; instead focus on the integration of the topics supported by the different research. o Example: For a summary of the research on abstinence-based teen-pregnancy prevention programs, you might include many resources integrated into the notes, whereas you might use many slides reviewing elements of an evidenced-based intervention. 4. Recommendations based on the research (10 slides). 5. Conclusion (2–3 slides). Assignment Requirements • References: Use a minimum of 10 scholarly sources (peer-reviewed journal articles available from the Capella library databases or from online scholarly sources). Use recent literature from within the last six years, unless you have good reasons for using older literature and you state those reasons. Note: Textbooks (including your course textbook) cannot be used as primary sources and cannot be counted as part of the reference requirement. Textbooks may instead be listed as auxiliary sources, in addition to the 10 required references. • Format: Use current APA style and formatting guidelines to cite your sources. • Length of presentation: Your presentation should have 20–25 slides, with presentation notes in PowerPoint (or an alternative, instructor-approved technology).