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please i need to create an powerpointe (E-Poster) regarding

Sand Cat


Task Description:

research and present a poster on the conservation of ONE endangered animal in the UAE (or animals that are impacted by our actions). Choose from a list your teacher will give you.  The main focus should be on researching its habitat, status, reasons why it is threatened and how it could be protected.


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Hi,please i need to create an powerpointe (E-Poster) regarding Sand CatTask Description:research and present a poster on the conservation of ONE endangered animal in the UAE (or animals that are impac
ASSESSMENT 2 – Endangered Species e-Poster Course Code: LSN 1113 Course Name: Introduction to Sustainability Course Teacher: Task Title: Coursework – Endangered Species E-poster Task Description: In groups, research and present a poster on the conservation of ONE endangered animal in the UAE (or animals that are impacted by our actions). Choose from a list your teacher will give you. The main focus should be on researching its habitat, status, reasons why it is threatened and how it could be protected. Special Instructions: Present your findings in a PowerPoint E-poster. For your posters, include information on the areas below. Species Habitat and Diet Status (extinct, endangered etc) Reasons why it is threatened and ways to protect it Include your references (APA format). These websites might help you. http://www.uaeinteract.com/nature/mammal/index.asp (mammals) http://www.uaeinteract.com/nature/marine/index.asp (marine mammals, eg dugong, dolphins) http://www.arkive.org/ Grading/Marking Criteria: See attached marking criteria matrix Weighting: 10% Duration: Each group should present for approximately 5 minutes. Presentations more than 10 minutes may lose marks. Due Date: Week 4 Late Penalty: Unless special circumstances are agreed with the course teacher regarding late submission, work submitted 1 working day late will be deducted 10%, 2 days late 20%, 3 days late 30% and any work submitted more than 3 days late will get a zero mark. Academic Honesty: Breaches of Academic Honesty will be treated with the utmost seriousness. You are reminded the penalties for cheating or plagiarism include dismissal from the HCT. (for more information please refer to Academic and Student Regulations, HCT Academic Honesty Policy, Student Handbook) Choose ONE animal from this list to research. The list includes species that are native to the UAE, species that are migratory but regularly find resting or nesting grounds around the UAE or species that are impacted by our actions. If you have another choice, you need to check it with your teacher first. Name of the animal Groups (students’ names) Sand Gazelle Arabian Oryx Hawksbill Turtles Dugong Dolphins Orangutan Sharks Honey Bees Arabian Leopard Hamour Arabian Tahr Houbara Bustard Sand Cat Socotra Cormorant Assessment Criteria 1 – 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 – 5 Significantly below course requirements Does not meet course requirements Minimally meets course requirements Satisfactorily meets course requirements Significantly above course requirements Outstanding achievement Presentation tool (e-poster) (x8) Tool is irrelevant and inappropriate medium for task/genre. Tool detracts from delivery. Significant number of inconsistencies. Tool minimally adequate for delivery and contains irrelevancies and/or ambiguity. Lacks clarity but some organization is evident, contains mistakes. Overuse of text. Tool aids delivery but contains some inconsistencies. Occasional lack of clarity but overall organization is evident, contains mistakes. Overuse of text. Tool aids delivery. Clear, easy to follow, few mistakes. Some unnecessary text, good use of images where appropriate. Excellent. Tool enhances delivery. Clear, easy to follow, no mistakes. Economical use of text, images support message. Subject knowledge Understanding and application of subject knowledge and underlying principles (poster/ /response to questions) (x6) Unable to evidence or articulate basic principles and knowledge related to the subject. Information may be irrelevant, incomplete and/or inaccurate. Limited knowledge of subject. Information may be significantly irrelevant, incomplete and/or inaccurate making information hard to follow logically. Some evidence of understanding key aspects of the subject, but details are lacking. Some irrelevancies and inaccuracies Generally accurate understanding of key aspects of the subject. Some irrelevancies and inaccuracies Accurate extensive understanding of subject. Minor irrelevancies and inaccuracies Complete and full understanding of subject. Extensive evidence of appreciation of the relative significance of all relevant aspects of the subject. Delivery (clarity, volume, pace) (x6) Unable to complete talk Frequently unable to convey message. Unable to complete talk or has memorized script without engaging audience. Frequent mispronunciation causes difficulty for the listener Able to complete talk, but contains many mistakes. Little engagement with audience Voice and enunciation are ineffective. Delivers adequately paced talk. Engages and maintains audience some of the time. Some mispronunciation, but message can be understood Delivers well-paced talk. Engages and maintains audience. Most of message is easily understood. Confidently delivers well-paced talk. Engages and maintains audience throughout. Easily understood throughout.