For this presentation, you must use a minimum of five SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL ARTICLE

For this presentation, you must use a minimum of five SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL ARTICLE

For this presentation, you must use a minimum of five SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL ARTICLES as a source of your information. Keep in mind that the source of your information must not be older than 10 years.
Use the following websites to find REAL Scientific Journal Articles:
Option 1: STC Library: https://libguides.southtexascollege.edu/biology/
Option 2: Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/
Option 3: Pubmed: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
Option 4: Directory of Open Access Journals: https://doaj.org/
Just like in a research paper, for your presentations you must also cite your sources, this includes any pictures! Don’t forget to include attribution for any CC-licensed photo you use! In PowerPoint, I’ll either include attribution information (the title of the photo and the photographer’s name or Flickr handle) on the slide itself or in a credits slide at the end of the presentation (if I have a lot of photos, which I usually do).
Option 1: Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/creativecommons
Option 2: Creative Commons: https://search.creativecommons.org/
Option 3: Pixabay: https://pixabay.com/
Option 4: Wikimedia: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
1. the presentation must reflect your research work for that topic, make sure all articles and images have an author.
2. you must have bullet points with main points and not long paragraphs, so that your not reading word by word during the Classroom presentation. 
3. when your doing your presenting you want to talk about those main points in detail or provided more detail or extra information as your presenting. 
4. you want to make sure your also providing citation in each slide, that also include citations for pictures.
citations are not links they include only the author last name, first name initial and year. for example (Herrera, A., 2022)
5. you must included a reference page at the end of the presentation, that included all the articles and images you use, try using a website like easybib to help you form the reference page. 
6.At the end you want to include ” recent research publications from the scientific community, a conclusion slide, thank you slide, and reference slide.
Presentation Outline Example
Here is an outline incorporating components from the presentation rubric:
Title+
title page should include name of topic, your name, due date, class name
should also include an outline before you start
Introduction (1 slide)
Clear central theme introduced on importance of species
Engaging opening using relevant content for audience
include pictures, data, phylogeny, etc…
Organization
Presentation logically organized around central theme of conservation
Content divides into clear sections based on key points
Key Point 1 – Conservation Status (2 slides)
Content shows mastery of technical subject matter
Supports central theme with data/statistics in visuals (charts/graphs)
Key Point 2 – Threats (2 slides)
Demonstrates in-depth understanding of threats
Uses compelling images to highlight habitat loss, climate change, etc.
Key Point 3 – Conservation Strategies (2 slides)
Content expressed clearly with examples of strategies
Visuals illustrate key concepts creatively (maps, diagrams, photos)
Conclusion (1 slide)
Summarizes main points clearly using relevant discipline conventions
Reiterates central theme and takes away message
Add a thank you slide after the conclusion
References (1 slide)
Sources cited properly in appropriate academic format
Attribution included for all images based on license terms