Topic that I have chose for this power point presentation is Child protection In Australia and how to help. Please check the attached document if you have problem with the topic you can change it ..
Task • You will complete a presentation, using PowerPoint [PPT], and following the Presentation instructions below, about an issue that falls within the realm of human services [for example, homelessness, Indigenous issues, aged care, the effects of natural disasters, etc]. You can do this as part of an individual or group project, and upload this work to the Interact site for peer appraisal and interaction [you must check Announcements and the Discussion Board on a regular basis to access further process details, or check in class if studying as an internal student]. There are specific upload details that you must follow in order to engage in the peer appraisal and interaction process: • You will be advised to upload your work to a designated place either in the WIKI tool or the Blog tool in the HCS102 Interact site where it can be viewed and commented on, by your fellow students. • As part of the assessment process, you must submit a notification Facing page via EASTS to indicate the task has been completed and ready to be marked. Details and examples of this ‘facing page’, which will include a checklist of all 10 elements to this task, will be given via Announcements or in a Blog entry, but essentially the one page can be created by you. The only details required on that page are: student name, student ID, name of PPT, group names if relevant, and the words, ‘PPT uploaded online ready for marking’. AVOID trying to submit your PPT via EASTS – it will not be accepted unless it is saved as a .pdf document. Rationale This is the second assessment item for HCS102, and is designed to involve students in collaborative communication with peers, through effective organisation and creative presentation of information. The rationale is repeated as for all assessment items, and can be reviewed in the Assessment Information section of this Subject Outline. In HCS102, completing the three assessment items builds a picture of your communication and learning…