Personal Philosophy of Leadership PechaKucha Presentation



Personal Philosophy of Leadership PechaKucha Presentation, 1 at 15 points
(15%)

***Assessment for ORL Student Learning Outcome***

Description: Students will develop a PechaKucha presentation, which outlines their
personal philosophy of leadership. A PechaKucha is a 20×20 presentation format that
shows 20 chosen images, each for 20 seconds. You have 400 seconds to tell your
story, with visuals guiding the way. PechaKucha means chit chat in Japanese. For
more information on PechaKucha presentations, the above definition, and for examples
of PechaKucha presentations, please see
(you do NOT
need to pay for and use the PechaKucha template on this website instead, you can
use PowerPoint, Google Slides, etc.) and
https://paulgordonbrown.com/2014/12/13/your-ultimate-guide-to-giving-pechakucha-
presentations/
). To successfully complete this assignment, each student will draw from
their personal views on leadership and information discussed in the course to develop a
PechaKucha presentation (with voice over recording) discussing their personal
philosophy on leadership. Students will be assessed on the following items: 1)
adherence to the PechaKucha format; 2) use of visuals having a connection to the
content of their presentation; 3) inclusion of appropriate information from course
readings; 4) overall coherence and ability of presentation to express the students
philosophy of leadership.

This assignment is graded on the following criteria (see the Oral and Digital
Communication Rubric in E-learning for additional information):

Message Adaptation message appropriate for distinct context and purpose
Construction of message main point/takeaway; organization; overall
coherence and ability of presentation to express the students philosophy of
leadership
Supporting materials inclusion of credible and appropriate sources of
information from course; use of visuals having a connection to the content of
their presentation readings
Oral presentation effective delivery techniques
Quality of mediated presentation adherence to the PechaKucha format,
production techniques