assignment 2 power point presentation

Assignment 2: Presentation

Find a local program (city or county based) and a state-level program to use for your Assignment. You need only discuss two programs. ( My city is Longview, County is Gregg, State is Texas)

Create an 8–12 slide PowerPoint® presentation incorporating speaker notes to include the following:

  • Identify three components of the diversionary programs and initiatives within the programs you identified.
  • Compare and contrast the state and local programs.
    • How well do they contribute to successful reintegration services?
    • How well do they contribute to successful and transition services?
  • Analyze trends and patterns of these programs as they contribute to reduced recidivism (this may be data driven).
  • Relate the trends and patterns to the programs overall validity and effectiveness.

Note: This Assignment requires outside research. Use at least two credible sources and discuss how you evaluated the credibility of the resources used

The PowerPoint presentation should have the following characteristics.

  • Contains a title and references slide.
  • Bullets for your main points.
  • Pictures to support your presentation where applicable.
  • Must include speaker notes to fully explain what is being discussed in the slide bullet points as though you are presenting to an audience.
  • Designed with a live audience in mind in order to inform your viewers about the topic.
  • Research from at least two reliable sources to support the main message, including graphics.
  • Incorporate information from course readings, the course materials, or other library sources to support your discussion. Properly cite all sources of information by including in-text citations and a list of references.
  • Research and visuals are cited in APA citation format, both in-text and on a References slide. You need to quote material taken directly from a source.

Speaker Notes

Information on using speaker notes can be accessed within PowerPoint by pressing F1 for help. In the search box, type speaker notes to display details on how to use this function.

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