Unit II PowerPoint Presentation
Attached is the APA for PowerPoint example
You are responsible for training new managers on key employment policies and practices. For this assignment, you will create a PowerPoint presentation that includes information on the following topics:
You must use at least three sources, one of which may be your textbook. Consider the value of using actual case decisions to exemplify the regulation for your managers. Adhere to APA Style when creating citations and references for this assignment.This APA for PowerPoint example provided by the CSU Writing Center shows this type of formatting.Your presentation should be eight to 10 slides, not including the title and reference slides. You are encouraged to use the slide notes function to explain slide contents as necessary or to add additional talking points you would want to discuss in your training.
The Romantic period is a time that is known as being a time of art, literature, and intellect. There were many key players of this time period, but among the most interesting of the individuals was a man named Lord Byron.
The notes for the title slide feature a brief introduction of
the topic at hand. Rather than going into intense detail, it
provides a general overview of the information being
presented within the presentation. The notes are also a
written account of what you would say if you were
presenting the information in a classroom environment.
Notice that while this
presentation does feature
colors, it does not feature colors
that are too overwhelming to
the eye. You do not want to
present information to your
audience in a way that might
distract them from the
information being presented.
For more information on creating a PowerPoint that is both engaging and informative, click here to go to the Microsoft website.
GEORGE GORDON BYRON
• Born in London in 1788 (Hanson,
• Born with a club foot
• Blamed parents for problems
• Inherited title when 10 (“Lord
George Gordon Bryon was a poet and politician that was born in 1788 in London (Hanson, 2015). He was born with a club foot and was taken by his mother, Catherine Gordon, to Scotland where they lived on a low income budget. He was sensitive to the fact that he was born with a club foot, and it made him susceptible to other disadvantages in life. However, despite the disadvantages he faced growing up, he inherited the title of Lord when he was 10 (“Lord Byron,” n.d.). He blamed his mother for his deformity and his father abandoning him, so he, in turn, was very isolated and lonely.
Notice that there is a citation in the slide and
in the notes portion. This is because both
require you to cite information that is pulled
from an outside source. Citations must be
featured on the slide as well as in the notes
section following the information that was
pulled from that source.
The information that is presented in
the heading of the slide is in a larger
font than the bullet points on the
slide. This is acceptable as the
heading is letting the audience know,
briefly, what the slide covers. For
more information on formatting
PowerPoints, view our tutorial.
PRE PUBL IC ATIO N • Attended Trinity college –
1805 – 1808
• Had a dog he loved named
Boatswain that he could not
take to college
• Took a trained bear instead
• When he left, the bear went
• Boatswain – died in 1808
• Buried together
(Simonovski, 2017) (Phillips, 1835).
Byron attended Trinity College in Cambridge in 1805 until 1808 (Simonovski, 2017). During this time, Byron also had a pet Newfoundland named Boatswain. The college did not allow dogs, so Byron thought it would be best to bring a trained bear as his pet to his time. When he left the college in 1808, he took the bear with him. His beloved Newfoundland, Boatswain, died in 1808. Byron is buried next to his dog, who has a bigger gravestone.
Because this slide only uses one
source, it should fall in the
bottom right corner of the slide.
On the previous slide, the
citations followed the
appropriate information since
there was more than one
citation being used. Notice that below the
image used, there is an
intext citation that
includes the artist’s
name and the year
A BR IEF O VERVIEW O F H IS L IFE
• “Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage” – 1812
• Traveled throughout Europe
• Joined the Greek insurgents in 1823
• Died in 1824
(“Lord Byron,” n.d.)
Byron became famous in 1812 with the publication of the first two cantos of “Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage” (“Lord Byron,” n.d.). He skyrocketed to fame at that point. After this, he traveled a lot and had several children with several women. In 1823, he left to join the Greek insurgents fight in their war for independence and contracted a fever. He died in April of 1824 in Greece.
Notice that the information presented on
the slide is an outline of the information
further discussed within the text. This is
due to the nature of presentations.
PowerPoints should try to follow the 7×7
rule – no more than 7 lines of text and no
more than 7 words for each line. This rule is
not absolute, but is recommended. Check
your syllabus for specifics.
THE BURN ING
– Left memoirs with
• Group determined
that they would
destroy his reputation
• Memoirs were burned
Image of letter from Lord Byron to John M urray (Byron, 1819)
(“The Burning of Lord Byron’s Diaries,” 2011)
Byron had written and left memoirs with his publisher, John Murray (“The Burning of Lord Byron’s Diaries,” 2011). However, a group of individuals read and determined that the memoirs could potentially ruin the public’s perception of Byron posthumously. The burning occurred in a publishing house in Piccadilly. Today, a portrait of Byron still hangs over the fireplace where his memoirs were burned.
Because it might not be obvious what
this image is, it features a brief
caption under the image to further
explain to the audience what they are
The burning of Lord Byron’s diaries. (2011). Darkest London.
Hanson, M. (2015). Lord Byron; The life of George Noel Gordon –
Facts & information. English History. https://englishhistory.net/byron/lifeoflordbyron/
Lord Byron. (n.d.). BBC. http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/byron_lord.shtml
Your references still need to include a hanging indent.
1. Type out your references. Do not overwhelm your slide with them. Just like a reference page, you can have multiple slides with this information. 2. Make sure that your references are not in a bulleted list. This will make formatting the hanging indent impossible. 3. At the top of your screen, go to the View tab. 4. On the View tab, go to the Show portion. Make sure that the box next to Ruler is checked. This will bring up a ruler on your PowerPoint Screen. 5. Highlight the entirety of your references listed. 6. On the ruler bar, there is an hourglass figure. There are three portions of this. Move the middle portion to 0.5”
This should format your hanging indent. Repeat this as necessary.
Phillips, T. (1835) Lord Byron [Painting]. National Portrait Gallery, London,
Simonovski, N. (2017) Lord Bryon kept a pet beat at Trinity College since
dogs were not allowed. The Vintage News. https://www.thevintagenews.com/2017/05/11/lordbyronkepta
Westall, R. (1813). Lord Byron [Painting]. National Portrait Gallery, London, England. https://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/use
To ensure that your audience
sees all the references, it is
okay to break them up into two
or more slides.
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