Module 2 – SLP
Addressing an audience in an appropriate manner is key to achieving your desired outcome.
Using the script that you wrote for the previous assignment, produce a narrated slide, video, or photo-voice presentation. The presentation will be disseminated to community organizations that can help your effort to enact change at the local and state levels regarding measles within your specific target population.
SLP Assignment Expectations
Length: Slide or photo-voice presentations must have at least 15 slides, excluding the cover and reference slides, and at least 5 minutes but no more than 10 minutes’ oral narration.
Video presentations must include oral narration and must be at least 5 minutes but no more than 10 minutes in length.
Assessment and Grading: Your paper will be assessed based on the performance assessment rubric. You can view it under Assessments at the top of the page. Review it before you begin working on the assignment. Your work should also follow these Assignment Expectations.
Your PowerPoint slide, video, or photo-voice presentation must include an oral narrative. Review the instructions available at Trident’s support website how to add Audio files in Power Point. It provides guidance so you are sure that the audio file is linked to your slides when you submit your work.
- Module 2 – BackgroundHEALTH BEHAVIOR, COMMUNICATION, AND ADVOCACYRequired Reading
Measles & Rubella Initiative. (2014). Advocacy tools. Retrieved from http://www.measlesrubellainitiative.org/resources/advocacy-tools/
Briscoe, C., & Aboud, F. (2012). Behaviour change communication targeting four health behaviours in developing countries: A review of change techniques. Social Science & Medicine, 75(4), 612-621.
Campaign for tobacco-free kids. (n.d.). Advocacy Action Guide: A ToolKit for Strategic Policy Advocacy Campaigns. Retrieved from https://www.tobaccofreekids.org/assets/global/pdfs/en/BAI_Advocacy_Toolkit.pdf