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Central Nervous System PowerPoint Presentation

I need help creating a power point presentation about the central nervous system, but the main focus will be on the spinal cord.

***Information presented in a manner that would help individuals, who have no prior experience with Anatomy and physiology terminology and concepts, understand and become interested in the content. ((You could brainstorm about analogies and other strategic elements that might be used in presentations to make unfamiliar A&P concepts more familiar and understandable.)

**Visual aids that help clarify information for the audience.

***A presenter's script that would provide greater detail on the presentation topic and would be embedded in the PowerPoint presentation. (Hint: The notes feature in PowerPoint provides such a space for presentation scripts.)

**Documentation of at least three current references (within the last five years) used to support content.

***Demonstration of proper writing style, spelling and grammar, and citation of sources according to APA standards.

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The quality of the PowerPoint presentation is what is going to help me the most. The following is the criteria.

Effectively communicated the main concepts and terminology of the selected topic

Provided suitable analogies to explain the concepts related to the topic

Documented at least three current references for the presentation providing it at a logical point in the presentation and formatted them according to APA standards

Included visual aids in the PowerPoint presentation

Provided an effective script for the PowerPoint presentation by making use of the 'Notes' feature

Demonstrated proper use of spelling, grammar, punctuation and writing style according to APA standards

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It has been hard work but fun to do this presentation. It is in relatively simple language.

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Solution Summary

The solution includes creating a power point presentation on the central nervous system focusing on the spinal cord in simple language for lay people without previous knowledge of anatomy. It does so through images and easy to relate references. Talking points are included in the power point.