COMMUNICATION PROJECT

Communication Project: Topic and References Assignment Instructions

Overview

The purpose of this assignment is for you to begin thinking about and preparing for your upcoming Communication Project: Final Assignment. Considering these details ahead of time will help you to finish your project in a timely manner. This assignment is meant to be flexible with regards to your choice of interests and format so that the work is meaningful to you and plays to your creative/professional strengths. You will also gain experience searching for, evaluating, and interpreting academic material. Before completing this assignment, thoroughly read the Communication Project: Final Assignment Instructions so you know the guidelines for the final project and what will be expected of you (essentially, you will be creatively communicating course content to a hypothetical layperson audience).

 

Instructions

For this assignment you will decide on your topic and find references for your upcoming Communication Project: Final Assignment. You must submit the following pieces of information for approval:

  1. Your topic choice – your topic can be one that is covered in any module (even future ones) in the course.
  2. Intended layperson audience – examples include adolescents, parents, teachers, etc.
  3. Intended format of project – examples include PowerPoint presentation, website, pamphlet, YouTube video/PSA, etc.
    • Remember that you will be creating this project, not just proposing the idea, so be sure that you submit an idea you can execute.
    • Feel free to get creative here. Your format does not have to be one of those listed above. If you have a different idea, feel free to include it and your instructor will let you know if there are any foreseeable issues.
  4. References and research points
    • You must include APA-style references for 2 sources:
  5. One source must be a course reading.
  6. One source must be an outside academic source not included in module readings (academic books or peer-reviewed articles only) that has been published within the last seven years. Articles from newspapers, magazines, and websites will not count. Also, information from unpublished work contained in dissertation or thesis databases may not be used.
  • Below each reference, you must include at least one relevant research point that you obtained from that source and can be used in your project. Research points must be paraphrased into your own words. Direct quotes are not permitted. 

 

A Communication Project: Topic and References Template has been provided for you to help ensure you include all required information. Feel free to fill in this document for submission.

 

 

Examples of appropriate projects might include:

  1. An informational pamphlet intended to educate teachers on how various classroom/curriculum factors may influence adolescent motivation and achievement.
  2. A public service announcement (PSA) filmed and uploaded to YouTube, intended to educate adolescents about the dangers of substance use.
  3. A PowerPoint presentation intended to educate parents about how different parenting styles/practices may influence adolescent outcomes.

***Please note that you can choose whatever topic, audience, and format you want. These are simply examples.

 

For the final project, you will be allowed to alter the information submitted here if necessary, but you will need to ensure that any changes continue to meet requirements for full credit on your final project.

 

Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.

 

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