Assignment 3: Justification Report – PresentationNowthat y

Assignment 3: Justification Report – PresentationNowthat you have completed your report, it is time to design and presentyour findings. Your task is to organize and develop the three (3) parts(introduction, body, and closing) of an effective presentation, based onyour Justification Report (Assignment 2.3). Chapter 12 in our textprovides overall information on presentation format, content, anddelivery. Please do not simply cut and paste your justification reportcontent to the slides. Instead develop clear, concise content thatenhances your presentation narration or notes. Remember that your slidesare meant to be highlights and your audience should not spend a greatdeal of time reading from the slides but instead listening to youpresent the concepts.Create an eight to ten (8-10) slide presentation in which you: Ensure that your PowerPoint presentation fulfills the appropriate length requirements and professional style requirements.Open with an engaging introduction of the topic of your report. Include one (1) title slide and one (1) introductory slide.Forthe body of your presentation, cover the main points of your report.Create slides that reinforce and illustrate your main ideas. Followbasic design principles for effective slide content.For your single closing slide, finish with a memorable wrap-up statement that refocuses on the purpose of your report.Use PowerPoint voice-over and / or the notes section to present your slides. Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: Includea title slide containing the title of the assignment, your name, theprofessor’s name, the course title, and the date. The title slide is notincluded in the required slide length.Format the PowerPointpresentation with headings on each slide, and two to three (2-3)relevant graphics (photographs, graphs, clip art, etc.) throughout thepresentation, ensuring that the presentation is visually appealing andreadable from 18 feet away. Check with your professor for any additionalinstructions.Slides should abbreviate the information in no more than five or six (5 or 6) bullet points each.Slide titles should be based on the criteria being summarized (e.g., “Four Key Attributes,” “Responses to Budget Issues,” etc.). Assignment Checklist Descriptive titles on each of the slidesText contains concise, precise contentGraphics convey the idea described by the slide textStatements in bulleted lists have a parallel structureThe font size is easily read from a distanceThere are no more than three (3) different font styles in the presentationThe color and background convey a formal business toneAnimation effects are used in moderationThere are no misspellings or typographical errors