Nutrition

I will record and talk about the presentation all I need are the slides and a guideline of what to say in bullet points on a separate page.

2nd
This is the second of three oral presentations for this course. It requires you to present orally (for the oral communication iteration) and to explain the graphs you generated in Module 5 in the Diabetes Atlas assignment (for the quantitative iteration). You should use your critique of your first oral presentation to help you improve your oral communication skills in this second presentation.
~mod 5~
Using the attached Microsoft Word document, explore the diabetes data in the CDC Diabetes Atlas. The worksheet guides you through the needed steps to generate the graphs required for this assignment. Type and/or paste your answers into the document, and submit the updated document as your finished assignment.

The requirements for this assignment:

Your presentation should be 3-5 minutes long.

You must use your graphs from your Module 5 Diabetes Atlas assignment in your presentation–if you are not sure how to use these graphs (either the information in them or how to get them into your presentation) please ask me. I’m happy to find a solution that works with the data, technology and internet access you have available!

You should discuss how geographic location affects your risk of developing diabetes. Your CDC Diabetes Atlas from Module 5 had you think about this already, so definitely use that assignment as you put together your presentation. ( I live in Des Moines Iowa)

I suggest writing out a simple outline, so you know you’ll say in your presentation. Or make a quick storyboard to figure out what you’ll say and show in your video. What Is A Storyboard And Why Do You Need One?

The easiest way to present is to make a video. I suggest using Adobe Spark, especially since it allows you to easily use slides in your presentation. It also allows you to repeat sections if you make a mistake when you are speaking. And it’s free to use! A Spark tutorial is available online.

In the initial videos, there was a big difference in the sound levels for the voice-overs on slides compared to when people were on-screen. I am willing to allow you to use only slide/images in this presentation, as being able to hear you present is more important than being able to see you 🙂

Your video should contain at least 5 slides/images:
an introduction slide
slides of your two graphs from the CDC Diabetes Atlas assignment (you are welcome to use additional graphs if they help explain your ideas)
a conclusions slide (should be the conclusions from your discussion of the graphs)
A credits slide (which should cite the CDC Diabetes Atlas, and any other sources you used). This should also include the URL for any images you used that were not your own.

Your video will not be judged on production quality or execution. This is not a course about video production 🙂

You will need to upload your video to YouTube, Adobe Spark or another site and then submit just the URL (link) to the video. You cannot submit your video directly in Blackboard. You may make your video visible only to people who have the link–but do not make it totally private, otherwise I will not be able to view it even with the URL. Please double check that the URL you submit works!

If you prefer to do a Zoom presentation, contact me. We can schedule a time and also talk about how to use your slides/images in that format (there are a couple of options).

The rubric is posted with this assignment–make sure to use it as you prepare your presentation. The points distribution will be: 70% for completing the assignment as outlined above, 15% for the Oral Communication criteria and 15% for the Quantitative Communication criteria. Presentations will be evaluated using the Oral Communication rubric you have been using to evaluate presentations, as well as the Quantitative Communication rubric (only some of the criteria are relevant–not the “calculating” part). The Oral and Quantitative Communication rubrics are attached to this assignment, so you can look at them as well.

3rd
FINAL

This is the last of the three oral presentations for this course, and will allow you to demonstrate what you have learned about metabolism, diet and health. It requires you to present orally (for the oral communication iteration) and to use the graphs you generated in Module 5 in the Diabetes Atlas assignment (for the quantitative iteration). It must also use information from your micronutrient and macronutrient assignments (for both the oral and quantitative iterations).

The requirements for this assignment:

Your presentation should be 5-7 minutes long.

You will make 3 dietary recommendations for yourself (3 or more slides). These can be about macronutrients, micronutrients, reducing diabetes risk, or something else. But the recommendations must be based on the data your collected and analyzed from your food journal and/or what you have learned about metabolism. And you should explain why you are making each of these 3 recommendations.

You must present data from your macronutrient and micronutrient assignments (2 or more slides). This should be numbers or a graph for your macronutrient information (as part of the Quantitative “Q” communication iteration for the course). Discuss the information on each slide during your presentation.

This unit focuses on using your food journal to analyze your own diet.

In module 7, you will analyze your own diet. We are finished with reading log and module quizzes–there are only the 2 assignments analyzing your diet for this module.

Assignments to complete for Module #7:

1. Macronutrient analysis You will analyze your food journal to see how much of each type of macronutrient you are consuming. You will be estimating how much of your food intake is from carbohydrates, protein and lipids. You will connect this information to your lifestyle factors that impact your diet.

2. Micronutrient analysis You will select 4 micronutrients to focus on. You will then analyze your food journal to see how regularly you are consuming each of these micronutrients.

You should talk about at least 2 metabolic pathways, and how they connect with your food journal analysis (2 or more slides). This could be discussing how a specific meal would be processed through these pathways, or which pathways you found most interesting as you analyzed your food journal. Not sure what do discuss here? Ask!

You must use your graphs from your Module 5 Diabetes Atlas assignment in your presentation (2 or more slides)–if you are not sure how to use these graphs (either the information in them or how to get them into your presentation) please ask me. I’m happy to find a solution that works with the data, technology and internet access you have available!

I suggest writing out a simple outline, so you know you’ll say in your presentation. Or make a quick storyboard to figure out what you’ll say and show in your video. What Is A Storyboard And Why Do You Need One?

The easiest way to present is to make a video. I suggest using Adobe Spark, especially since it allows you to easily use slides in your presentation. It also allows you to repeat sections if you make a mistake when you are speaking. And it’s free to use! A Spark tutorial is available online.

In the initial videos, there was a big difference in the sound levels for the voice-overs on slides compared to when people were on-screen. I am willing to allow you to use slides/images in this presentation, rather than being on screen. Being able to hear you speaking is more important than being able to see you 🙂

Your video should contain at least 12 slides/images that you discuss as you speak (in an order that makes sense for your presentation):
an introduction slide, that includes your name
one or more slides summarizing your macronutrient data analysis from your food journal
one or more slides summarizing your micronutrient data analysis from your food journal
a separate slide for each of the 3 dietary recommendation to yourself, clearly stating what the recommendation is
a slide each about at least 2 different metabolic pathways that connect to your food journal analysis
a slide for each of your two graphs from the CDC Diabetes Atlas assignment (you are welcome to use additional graphs if they help explain your ideas)
a conclusions slide (should summarize your dietary recommendations)
A credits slide (which should cite the CDC Diabetes Atlas, and any other sources you used). This should also include the URL for any images you used that were not your own.

Your video will not be judged on production quality or execution. This is not a course about video production 🙂

You will need to upload your video to YouTube, Adobe Spark, OneDrive, GoogleDrive or another site and then submit just the URL (link) to the video. You cannot submit your video directly in Blackboard. You may make your video visible only to people who have the link–but do not make it totally private, otherwise I will not be able to view it even with the URL. Please double check that the URL you submit works!

If you prefer to do a Zoom presentation, contact me. We can schedule a time and also talk about how to use your slides/images in that format (there are a couple of options).

The rubrics are posted with this assignment–make sure to use them as you prepare your presentation. The points distribution will be: 70% for completing the assignment as outlined above, 15% for the Oral Communication rubric criteria and 15% for the Quantitative Communication rubric criteria. Presentations will be evaluated in part using the Oral Communication rubric you have been using to evaluate presentations, as well as the Quantitative Communication rubric (only some of the criteria are relevant–not the “calculating” part). The Oral and Quantitative Communication rubrics are attached to this assignment, so you can look at them as well.

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