Follow the rubric for all the requirements
|Includes title slide and slide numbers.||5|
|Strong thesis statement which states the main points of the project.||10|
|Topic sentences relate back to the thesis statement. All information is relevant to thesis and connects one idea to the next.||10|
|References slide for research sources in APA format.||5|
|Supports information with in-text citations. Properly introduces, explains, and cites information from sources.||5|
|Presentation contains a minimum of 5 slides with enough content to educate but not so much that it overwhelms the viewer.||5|
For this Course Project, you will research the U.S. health care system, applying what you have learned in this course along with outside resources. You will use your findings to construct a PowerPoint presentation that could be used to teach how the U.S. health care system began and has evolved into what it is today.
Your final project is due in Module 05. There will be individual assignments along the way. The module they are due is noted in the time line below.
|02||Outline and References|
|03||Rough Draft (THIS part IS A ROUGH DRAFT)|
|04||Peer Review of Course Project Rough Draft|
Your PowerPoint presentation should be 10-20 slides and contain enough content to educate but not so much that it overwhelms the viewer. It should include a strong thesis statement supported by research from at least 5 different sources.
Your presentation should include the following:
- Title slide: title, your name, title of the course, date.
- Body slides addressing: introduction, origin and history of U.S. health care system, today’s health care system, Affordable Care Act, and conclusion/summary. The body of the presentation should include multiple topics. Examples might include: medical advancements, health care spending, health care costs, health insurance, medical education, professions in health care, health care settings, regulations, former policies, and current policies/laws.
- References slide: in APA format.
The presentation should be free of grammatical and spelling errors and should include in text citations (associated with the References slide).