Research Proposal Presentation

Research Proposal Presentation 

Directions 

1. Develop a PowerPoint® detailing your idea for a research proposal to evaluate your community health promotion initiative. 

2. The guidelines for the PowerPoint® are contained on the grading rubric. 

3. Frame this presentation as a request for funding of the research to the key stakeholders. 

Note: View the sample research proposal presentation listed in the Required Reading for this unit as a helpful guide 

DUE: to Dropbox on Day 7 of Unit 9 by 11:59 ET.

To view the Grading Rubric for this Assignment, please visit the Grading Rubrics section of the Course Home.

Scoring Rubric: Research Proposal Presentation

[130 points] – Due Unit 9

A. Content

77% of grade

0 points

25 point

35 points

50 points

Total Points

Key components of research proposal discussed

No project submitted

Proposal contains   summary of the community health initiative with 2 or more components of the   research proposal not identified and explained.

Proposal contains   summary of the community health initiative with 1 component of the research   proposal not identified and explained.

Proposal contains   summary of the community health initiative with research question (s), brief   discussion of supporting literature, research method, sample selection, data   collection and proposed analysis, dissemination of findings. 

Peer reviewed research used to support choices

No project submitted

Provided 1 to 2   valid peer reviewed articles toappropriately support the research proposal.

Provided 3 to 4   validpeer reviewed articles to appropriately support the research proposal.

Provided 5 peer   reviewed articles to appropriately support the research proposal.

A. Content Rubric Points

___/100

B. Organization and   Formatting

27% of grade

0 points

5 points

10 points

15 points

Total Points

Organization

Ideas were stated clearly and logically

No project submitted.

Ideas were not stated clearly. Project may include excessive jargon and/or   many unsupported arguments. 

Some ideas were stated clearly. Project may include some unnecessary jargon   and/or several unsupported arguments.

All ideas were stated clearly. Writer avoids unnecessary jargon and   develops logical arguments.

Formatting

Spelling and grammatical errors

Presentation length is appropriate

No project submitted.

No project submitted.

More than 6 spelling or grammatical errors.

Ten or less slides submitted.

Less than 6 spelling or grammatical errors.

11-17 slides submitted

No spelling or grammatical errors.

20 to 25 slides submitted.

B. Organization/

Formatting Rubric Points

___/30

Grade   Book Pts. = A +B

FINAL   GRADE:

___ /130

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