How to give a Presentation Using Flash Cards for technology in Classroom or at home.
Know Your Topic Research subject 1. use internet 2. articles: newspaper, magazine, periodicals 3. Interview teachers and parents
Make an outline to follow Introduce yourself and subject matter (flash cards) Explain importance of low tech materials Include websites and printed materials for audience to refer to Conclude with Quotations and summary
Software Design Power point about subject Use pictures and video of subject in use
Delivering Presentation Be enthusiastic about subject Be honest Know your material Know your audience Look the part Rehearse
Flash Cards are an effective low tech instrument for teaching in the classroom. According to, Teaching and Learning with Technology 4th ed. ,Nonprojected visuals may not be high-tech, but they may well be the best choice to support the content under study. (p239)
Key Points 1. Appeals to Audio and Visual Learning styles 2. portability 3. inexpensive 4. can be used for many subjects 5. can be used for many languages
Learning Styles Auditory-Learns best by hearing and saying words out loud Visual- Learns best by seeing words or information Flash cards combine these two learning styles in a way that is beneficial and appropriate for both types students.
Portability Flash cards can be taken nearly anywhere. And fit inside a pouch, or back pack.
Inexpensive Many websites offer free templates to create your own flash cards here are two; www.myfreeflashcards.com www.eslflashcards.com/ The average cost of flash cards on the internet is; $4.95 US $4 new US Canada $6.95 www.Amazon.com
Can be used for many subjects Flash cards can be used to teach and learn many subjects like Math, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts. They can also be used to enhance the learning of such subjects by providing visual aid such as pictures and meanings of: Animals, Body parts, Cities, Countries, Nature, Food, Language, etc.
references www.eslflashcards.com/ www.educationalpress.org/ www.myfreeflashcards.com/ www.proprofs.com/flashcards/search.php?search=education&tag www.Amazon.com Lever – Duffy, Judy and Jean B. Teaching and Learning with Technology 4thed. Boston, MA. Pearson Education. 2001 Jukes, Ian. Bringing Down The House: Creating Powerful Presentations How to Deliver Your Message with Power and Pizzazz. 2005