Submit a PowerPoint presentation using the Personal Capture feature of the Kaltura media feature in the online classroom. Record yourself giving the audio-visual presentation much like you would in a case presentation or other public setting. The presentation should include 11–12 slides.
• Use bullet points when writing on each slide, meaning no long paragraphs of written text should be in the slides.
• Keep in mind that the recording takes the place of fully written paragraphs, while the bullet points provide context and cues for the audience to follow along.
• Be sure to review the Kaltura Personal Capture—QuickStart Guide item in the Learning Resources.
Your presentation should address the following:
• Identify the presenting problem for the case study you selected. (Remember: The presenting problem has to be framed from the perspective of role theory. For example, the presenting problem can be framed within the context of role functioning.)
• Identify all the relevant roles assumed by the client.
• Analyze the social expectations and social and cultural norms revolving around the role, social position, and role scripts of one of the roles assumed by the client.
• Explain the role and social position of the social worker in working with the client in the case study.
• Describe how the role(s) and social position(s) assumed by the social worker will influence the relationship between the social worker and the client.
• Identify three assessment questions that are guided by role theory that you will ask the client to better understand the problem.
• Identify and describe two interventions that are aligned with the presenting problem and role theory.
• Identify one advantage and one limitation in using role theory in understanding the case.
Submit also, as a separate document, your Week 4 Analysis of a Theory Worksheet.
Be sure to:
• Identify and correctly reference the case study you have chosen.
• Use literature to support your claims.
• Use APA formatting and style.
• Include a Reference List on the last slide.