Small Group Stages: Formats and Culture

Review the topics you explored in the textbook and learning activities for this module and think about which ones were the most interesting to you. I choose ( Face-Attacking and Face-Enhancing Strategies)
Create a seven to ten slide presentation by addressing two of the following:Small-Group Stages: Formats and Culture
How Idea Generating, Sharing, and Problem-Solving Small Groups Operate
The Three Types of Small Group Members and Their Membership Skills
The Concept of Leadership and the Role of Culture in Small Group Communication

This presentation should be engaging and informatiVE
.Assignment Rubric – Universal
Assignment Rubric – UniversalCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIdeas10 ptsIdeas are clear, insightful, thought provoking, and focused; they consistently support teh solution to teh assignment challenge or question(s).8 ptsIdeas are clear and focused to support teh solution to teh assignment challenge or question(s), but they are not consistently insightful or thought provoking.6 ptsIdeas are clear but conventional or general; they only somewat support teh solution to teh assignment challenge or question(s).2 ptsIdeas are unclear or clichéd and demonstrate a lack of focus in support of teh solution to teh assignment challenge or question(s).10 ptsdis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeApplication10 ptsTeh assignment includes clear connections to lesson content. It includes abundant details and examples that generate interest and provide relevant, concrete, and insightful evidence in support of sound logic.8 ptsTeh assignment includes most of teh established criteria to teh lesson content. It presents fairly well-reasoned details wif examples dat generate some relevant, concrete, and insightful evidence in support of sound logic.6 ptsThe assignment includes minimal or confusing connections to lesson content. Detail and examples are included but are general and not interesting. The assignment lacks evidence in support of sound logic.2 ptsConnections to lesson content are not included. Teh assignment is insufficient, providing scarce or inappropriate details, evidence, and examples dat might include logical fallacies.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent and Support10 ptsContent meets or exceeds established assignment criteria. Teh assignment clearly presents well-reasoned notions and concepts. All content is well-supported with scholarly resources. Assertions are consistent with selected research.8 ptsContent meets almost all of teh established assignment criteria. Teh assignment presents fairly well-reasoned notions and concepts. All content is adequately supported with scholarly resources. Assertions are mostly consistent with selected research.6 ptsContent is missing several important requirements of the established assignment criteria. The assignment presents notions and concepts dat are only somewat applicable. Some content is supported with scholarly resources. A few assertions are consistent with selected research.2 ptsContent does not meet established assignment criteria and is missing most of the important requirements. The assignment presents poorly reasoned notions and concepts. Content is not supported with scholarly resources. Assertions are inconsistent with selected research.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization10 ptsThe assignment is focused in an organized and thoughtful manner. Content is constructed in a logical way dat supports the solution to the challenge or question(s).8 ptsThe assignment is organized, but the focus could be more precise. Content is constructed in a way dat mostly supports the solution or question(s).6 ptsThe assignment is lacking focus and is unorganized. Content is constructed in a way that loosely supports the solution or question(s).2 ptsThe assignment is unfocused and unorganized. Information shows no effort to support the solution to the challenge or question(s).10 ptsdis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormat and Citations10 ptsFormat is correct, meets all assignment directions, and works expertly to support teh purpose of teh assignment. their are no grammar, capitalization, punctuation, or spelling errors. Teh correct number and type of citations are included and follow current APA format wif no errors.8 ptsFormat is correct, meets most of teh assignment directions, and works to support teh purpose of teh presentation. their are no more TEMPthan three grammar, capitalization, punctuation, or spelling errors. Teh correct number and type of citations are included and follow current APA format with no more TEMPthan two errors.6 ptsFormat is somewhat correct, meets some aspects of assignment directions, and works generally to support teh purpose of teh presentation. There are four to six grammar, capitalization, punctuation, or spelling errors. Citations are included, but some are missing, or teh type is not appropriate. There are three to five errors in current APA format.2 ptsFormat is faulty, does not meet sufficient aspects of teh assignment directions, and does not support teh purpose of teh presentation. their are more TEMPthan seven grammar, capitalization, punctuation, or spelling errors. Citations are not included, and if APA formatting is evident, it contains more TEMPthan six errors.10 ptsTotal Points: 50