Sport Demonstrates an understanding of the sport that the athlete plays Demonstrates an understanding of the sport, but does not provide sufficient detail Does not demonstrate an understanding of the sport

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SPT 404 Final Project Milestone Three Guidelines and Rubric: Presentation Draft

For this milestone, due in Module Five, the student will submit a draft of the final narrated presentation (8–10 slides with references). This submission will allow the instructor to provide feedback to the student regarding the direction and quality of the presentation. For further detail, review the Final Project Document. Your draft presentation should be submitted as a slide presentation using PowerPoint, Prezi, or similar software. For instructions on providing narration in PowerPoint, view this short video: How to Record Narration for a PowerPoint Presentation. For additional tutorials on creating presentations, sign into Atomic Learning using your SNHU credentials and type “presentations” into the search box. Specifically the following critical elements must be addressed:

I. Communication: The student must effectively represent the client, communicating visually and verbally in an effective manner while demonstrating basic negotiating tactics and skills.

II. Knowledge: The student must demonstrate an understanding of:

a) The sport that the athlete plays b) The athlete that he or she is representing c) The collective bargaining agreement of the sport that the athlete plays d) The current industry contract trends

III. Organization: The student must create an organized and professional presentation that maximizes the strengths of the client.

IV. Laws and Ethics: The student must create an organized and professional presentation that follows all legal and ethical guidelines.

V. Strategy: a) Recruiting Strategies: The student will demonstrate effective and stimulating recruiting strategies while presenting his or her client to potential

general managers and ownership representatives. b) Financial Strategies: The student will demonstrate effective and stimulating financial strategies while presenting his or her client to potential

general managers and ownership representatives. c) Marketing Strategies: The student will demonstrate effective and stimulating marketing strategies while presenting his or her client to potential

general managers and ownership representatives. Note: Scoring 100% on this milestone does not mean you will achieve 100% on your final submission. When you complete your final project, make sure to apply the instructor feedback AND review the Exemplary column in the Final Project Rubric.

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Rubric Guidelines for Submission: The draft of the final presentation must (like the final presentation) consist of at least 8 and no more than 10 slides, including references. The presentation must be narrated. Include at least six references cited in APA format.

Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Not Evident (0%) Value Communication Presents the client, communicating

visually and verbally in an effective manner while demonstrating basic negotiating tactics and skills

Presents the client, but presentation is not visually or verbally effective or does not sufficiently demonstrate basic negotiating tactics and skills

Does not present the client or demonstrate basic negotiating tactics and skills

9

Knowledge: Sport Demonstrates an understanding of the sport that the athlete plays

Demonstrates an understanding of the sport, but does not provide sufficient detail

Does not demonstrate an understanding of the sport

9

Knowledge: Athlete Demonstrates an understanding of the athlete that he or she is representing

Demonstrates an understanding of the athlete, but does not provide sufficient detail

Does not demonstrate an understanding of the athlete

9

Knowledge: Collective Bargaining Agreement

Analyzes the collective bargaining agreement of the sport that the athlete plays

Analyzes the collective bargaining agreement of the sport, but analysis is lacking in detail

Does not analyze the collective bargaining agreement of the sport

9

Knowledge: Current Industry Contract

Trends

Analyzes the current industry contract trends

Analyzes contract trends, but analysis is not substantiated by examples currently at use in the industry

Does not analyze the current industry contract trends

9

Organization Provides an organized and professional presentation that maximizes the strengths of the client

Provides a presentation, but the presentation is not organized or does not sufficiently maximize the strengths of the client

Does not provide a presentation that maximizes the strengths of the client

9

Laws and Ethics Provides an organized and professional presentation that follows all legal and ethical guidelines

Provides a presentation, but the presentation does not align with industry standards or follow all legal and ethical guidelines

Does not provide a presentation that follows all legal and ethical guidelines

9

Strategies: Recruiting Demonstrates effective and stimulating recruiting strategies while presenting his or her client to potential general managers and ownership representatives

Demonstrates recruiting strategies, but strategies are not specific or not sufficiently substantiated by research

Does not demonstrate recruiting strategies

9

Strategies: Financial Demonstrates effective and stimulating financial strategies while presenting his or her client to potential general managers and ownership representatives

Demonstrates financial strategies, but strategies are not specific or not sufficiently substantiated by research

Does not demonstrate financial strategies

9

Strategies: Marketing Demonstrates effective and stimulating marketing strategies while presenting his or her client to potential general managers and ownership representatives

Demonstrates marketing strategies, but strategies are not specific or not sufficiently substantiated by research

Does not demonstrate marketing strategies

9

Articulation of Response

Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization

Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas

10

Earned Total 100%

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