VIDEO PRESENTATION

Requirement:
1.All you need is a one-minute speech and a powerpoint presentation
2.About 100 words, ppt1~2 pieces
3.That’s easy. Just answer one question
4.I have marked the specific on the picture

VIDEO PRESENTATION (15 MARKS REPRESENTING 15% OF THE TOTAL
ASSESSMENT)
This task builds on the work completed in the Case Study group assignment in the same
specific industry allocated to each group in Week 4, and further extends application of the
knowledge from this unit. Each student must address a specific part of the required and
speak for 1 minute as part of the Video Presentation by the group. Each student’s contribution
to the video will be marked individually (technical content and quality of
communication/presentation).
VIDEO PRESENTATION (INDIVIDUALLY MARKED/ 15 MARKS
REPRESENTING 15% OF THE TOTAL ASSESSMENT)
Using industry knowledge developed in completing the Group Case Study Assignment and
further independent research and analysis, each member of the group is required to prepare
and present one of the questions below:

1. Are Critical Audit Matter similar to key audit matters?

2. Will there be a Key Audit Matter (KAM) for every critical accounting estimate
disclosed by management?

3. Will there be a KAM related to every significant risk identified by the auditor?

4. Can a significant deficiency in internal control over financial reporting (ICFR) be a
CKAM?

5. What matters will likely be the more common KAMs?

6. Is it expected that auditors will always communicate at least one KAM in the
auditor’s report?

Each specific question/required above will be addressed by different individual group
members. The allocation of the specific topic/question to be addressed by individual
members needs to be negotiated and agreed upon by the group. The Video Presentation must
cover all 0f the required/questions above with each individual member addressing a different
part of the presentation.

VIDEO PRESENTATION (INDIVIDUALLY MARKED/REPRESENTING 15% OF
THE TOTAL ASSESSMENT)
SUBMISSION AND DUE DATE
This assessment requires you to deliver a presentation worth 15% of your final grade. It is
due in your Week 12 seminar. It is marked individually as each student’s contribution
should be identifiable. All presenters must attend the seminar, otherwise the student will
be awarded zero (0) marks for this assessment task.

TASK OVERVIEW AND LENGTH
You are required to complete this presentation in the same groups you completed your
Group Case Study Assignment with. It is expected that your Video Presentation will not
exceed 5 minutes for groups of 4 (6 minutes for groups of 5) with all team members
speaking and on camera for a minimum of 1 minute. The questions that you and your
group members are required to discuss in the video are provided on page 10 of this
Assignment Brief.

The completed Video Presentation is to be presented in Week 12 seminar to all students.
Please bring your video on a USB or upload it to Youtube. You are required to provide a
copy of your presentation to your Seminar Leader.
EXTENSIONS AND PENALTIES
Not applicable-undertaken in seminar. Students that do not present their video in Week 12
will be awarded a mark of 0 (zero) for the assessment task. An alternative assessment will
only be considered if it meets the following criteria:
1. Students read the policy on Special Consideration. Students must read the policy
to ensure that the criteria are met prior to submitting their request.
2. Students must submit a Special Consideration prior to the seminar when the
presentation is due through https://ask.mq.edu.au with the reason for non
attendance.

No late presentations will be accepted, except for cases in which an application for
Special Consideration is made and approved.

CRITERIA AND STANDARDS

Video Presentation (15 Marks)

Not attempted
(0%)

Fail (1)
(1-49%)

Pass (50-64%) Credit (65-74%) Distinction (75-
84%)

High Distinction
(85-100%)

Presentation
Content – Fulfill
purpose
(inform),
Q&A (if
required)

Marked out of 6

Not attempted /
entirely or
significantly
plagiarized from
other sources.

Content is
irrelevant
and/or
frequently
inaccurate.

Content is
mostly
informative and
relevant.

Content is
always relevant
and informative.

Content is relevant
and informative as
well as
comprehensively
covering the topic
area.

Content is relevant
and informative as
well as
comprehensively
covering the topic
area, and makes
connections with
materials in new
ways.

Effectiveness of
visuals

Marked out of 3

Not attempted /
entirely or
significantly
plagiarized from
other sources.
Visuals
haphazard or
poorly
executed.

Visuals are
adequate.

Visuals are
adequate and
mostly
interesting.

Visuals creative
and interesting.

Innovative and
appropriate
techniques/ visuals
greatly stimulated
audience interest.

Delivery –
Verbal
(voice-
speed, volume),
Time limit

Marked out of 6

Not attempted /
entirely or
significantly
plagiarized from
other sources.

Verbal delivery
is mostly clear
and/or not
within time
limit.

Verbal delivery
is mostly clear,
delivered within
time limit.

Verbal delivery is
mostly clear,
with a good
effort at
engaging the
audience and
delivered within
time limit.

Verbal delivery is
always clear, with
a good
engagement with
the audience and
delivered within
time limit.

Confident delivery
does not just
inform the
message but
significantly
enhances the
understanding of
information.