BIOL 101 Concepts of Biology

Posted: July 17th, 2021

Power Point Assignment: Biology and Technology in the Real World In this assignment you will be creating a Narrated PowerPoint presentation (Male-Voice Preffered) on a topic that is relevant to both biology and our current society. This assignment addresses course outcomes 1-4: recognize and explain how the scientific method is used to solve problems.
make observations and discriminate between scientific and pseudoscientific explanations.
weigh evidence and make decisions based on strengths and limitations of scientific knowledge and the scientific method.
use knowledge of biological principles, the scientific method, and appropriate technologies to ask relevant questions, develop hypotheses, design and conduct experiments, interpret results, and draw conclusions. (Chosen Topic) a) Stem cells. Your friend has suffered a spinal cord injury after a bad car accident. The medical team has decided that he is a good candidate for a clinical trial using stem cell therapy. Your friend has not had a biology course since high school, so you decide to create a presentation sharing your knowledge of stem cells. Include in your presentation a description of the biology of stem cells and how these cells are unique from other cells. Contrast the different types of stem cells, including pros and cons for each type. Explain how stem cells can be used to treat diseases and injury, with special focus on spinal cord injuries. Include information from at least one research study or clinical trial. Conclude with your own opinion (Chosen Topic). Find at least five articles related to the topic and use as your reference. Your presentation should include the following: Requirements: In depth You should include the following sections in your presentation: Purpose, Background, Discussion (in which you answer the questions of your research topic) and Conclusion. List all references on the last slide of the presentation using APA format. Include a title slide -presentation title, name, course, instructor, and due date. Presentation information slides – 12 – 15 slides maximum, not including title and reference slides. Do not overload your slides, it is always best to identify the important points. Ideally, a slide should have 6 – 7 bullets (maximum) and 6 – 8 words per bullet. Avoid full sentences. Presentation font: You may use a larger font size for the titles (up to 40) and smaller for the content (not smaller than 28) and 10 for references.
Add images that contribute to the information that you are sharing verbally. Add the URL to the website where you found an image, below each image you use (small font is OK to make it less distracting) or include these in the reference list at the end of the presentation. Narrated PowerPoint instructions (Male Voice preferred)
1. Write a script for your narration for each slide in a Word document. It is OK if you do not strictly follow the script when you narrate. 2. Record your narration in Power Point. Go to Insert and click the Audio icon (to the right in the editing bar), choose Record Audio… from the drop-down menu. Click the red button to start your narration, then the blue button to stop. Check that your recording is OK. You can delete a recording and start over, and you can also do some minor editing by cutting off the start and/or end of the recording. Repeat for all the slides in your presentation. You may want to move the narration icon that appears in the middle of the slide to a corner. Add images that contribute to the information that you are sharing verbally. Add the URL to the website where you found an image, below each image you use (small font is OK to make it less distracting) or include these in the reference list at the end of the presentation. Narrated PowerPoint instructions (Male Voice preferred) 1. Write a script for your narration for each slide in a Word document. It is OK if you do not strictly follow the script when you narrate. 2. Record your narration in Power Point. Go to Insert and click the Audio icon (to the right in the editing bar), choose Record Audio… from the drop-down menu. Click the red button to start your narration, then the blue button to stop. Check that your recording is OK. You can delete a recording and start over, and you can also do some minor editing by cutting off the start and/or end of the recording. Repeat for all the slides in your presentation. You may want to move the narration icon that appears in the middle of the slide to a corner. You should include the following sections in your presentation: Purpose, Background, Discussion (in which you answer the questions of your research topic) and Conclusion. List all references on the last slide of the presentation using APA format.
Include a title slide -presentation title, name, course, instructor, and due date.
Presentation information slides – 12 – 15 slides maximum, not including title and reference slides. Do not overload your slides, it is always best to identify the important points. Ideally, a slide should have 6 – 7 bullets (maximum) and 6 – 8 words per bullet. Avoid full sentences.
Presentation font: You may use a larger font size for the titles (up to 40) and smaller for the content (not smaller than 28) and 10 for references.
Add images that contribute to the information that you are sharing verbally. Add the URL to the website where you found an image, below each image you use (small font is OK to make it less distracting) or include these in the reference list at the end of the presentation. Narrated PowerPoint instructions (Male Voice preferred)
1. Write a script for your narration for each slide in a Word document. It is OK if you do not strictly follow the script when you narrate. 2. Record your narration in Power Point. Go to Insert and click the Audio icon (to the right in the editing bar), choose Record Audio… from the drop-down menu. Click the red button to start your narration, then the blue button to stop. Check that your recording is OK. You can delete a recording and start over, and you can also do some minor editing by cutting off the start and/or end of the recording. Repeat for all the slides in your presentation. You may want to move the narration icon that appears in the middle of the slide to a corner. Add images that contribute to the information that you are sharing verbally. Add the URL to the website where you found an image, below each image you use (small font is OK to make it less distracting) or include these in the reference list at the end of the presentation. Narrated PowerPoint instructions (Male Voice preferred)
1. Write a script for your narration for each slide in a Word document. It is OK if you do not strictly follow the script when you narrate. 2. Record your narration in Power Point. Go to Insert and click the Audio icon (to the right in the editing bar), choose Record Audio… from the drop-down menu. Click the red button to start your narration, then the blue button to stop. Check that your recording is OK. You can delete a recording and start over, and you can also do some minor editing by cutting off the start and/or end of the recording. Repeat for all the slides in your presentation. You may want to move the narration icon that appears in the middle of the slide to a corner.

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