Examine the benefits of observation, documentation, and effective assessment strategies in young children’s development.
PBL Project and Oral Presentation
This Assignment assesses the following course outcomes:
CE300-1: Examine the benefits of observation, documentation, and effective assessment strategies in young children’s development.
GEL-1.3: Demonstrate college-level communication through the oral delivery of original materials in Standard English.
Part 1: PBL Project
The PBL in this course culminates in a project that gives you the freedom to choose how to share what you have learned in this course. You will take all of the information from the course and develop a project that applies your new knowledge of observation and assessment. You developed your PBL choice in Unit 6. Use this PBL development and instructor feedback to create your project for the Unit 9 Assignment.
Part 2: Oral Presentation
After completing your project, you will record a 4-5-minute oral presentation. In the oral presentation, you are highlighting your final project. You are not providing an oral presentation of the results of your observation, data collection, or essay. While creating and presenting, remember to display the elements of effective verbal and nonverbal cues, content, cultural competence, and credibility. Be sure to apply the strategies of effective presentation discussed in the course text and supplemental readings. Here are some Presentation Tips.
Part 1: Your assignment should be submitted in Standard English with well-organized and original thoughts supported by the text material. Be sure to use correct grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure throughout your assignment.
Part 2: The informational narrative must be spoken following the conventions of Standard English, include a highly developed viewpoint and purpose, and demonstrate superior oral delivery techniques, including word choice and oral expressiveness. The communication of your thoughts must be highly ordered, logical, and unified, displaying exceptional content, organization, and style, while leading the audience to a dynamic and supported conclusion.