Hypothesis Confirmation

 

 

Use clearly defined terms in the hypothesis confirmation. 20% Uses unclear and ambiguous terms, leaving unanswered questions about the terms used. Uses some unclear and ambiguous terms. Uses clearly defined terms in the hypothesis confirmation. Uses clearly defined terms in the hypothesis confirmation and avoids any ambiguity or lack of clarity in the presentation.
Distinguish facts from judgments. 20% Confuses facts with judgments. Presents some judgments as facts. Distinguishes facts from judgments, but at least one judgment has no evidence to support it. Distinguishes facts from judgments and provides adequate support for all judgments.
Present sound arguments using reliable evidence to support all conclusions. 20% Does not present sound arguments. Presents an argument, but at least one conclusion is obviously invalid. Presents sound arguments using reliable evidence to support conclusions. Presents sound arguments, with reliable evidence to support all conclusions and no fallacies.
Create an effective and persuasive PowerPoint presentation. 20% Does not create an effective PowerPoint presentation. Creates a PowerPoint presentation that is not fully effective or persuasive. Creates an effective and persuasive PowerPoint presentation. Creates an extremely effective and persuasive PowerPoint presentation.
Write coherently to support a central idea in appropriate format with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics. 20% Writing does not support a central idea in appropriate format. Does not use correct grammar, usage, and mechanics. Writing supports an idea. Format is inconsistent, contains major errors of grammar, usage, and mechanics. Writing clearly supports a central idea in appropriate format and with few errors of grammar, usage, and mechanics. Writing is coherent, using evidence to support a central idea in a consistently appropriate format with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.

Draft a PowerPoint presentation demonstrating the use of one or more of the confirmation of hypothesis argument forms to confirm a hypothesis from your program of study. (Business)