Lesson plans 2.23.12

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  • 1. In-class Journal AssignmentHow do you plan to start yourpresentation? What materialsdo you need? How do you planto finish?
  • 2. Quiz
  • 3. 1. Besides the organizational patternof chronological order, name oneother pattern to organize the body ofyour presentation.
  • 4. 2. Name one way that you canopen your presentation that willgrab the audience’s attention
  • 5. 3. True or False: In your outline,your opening does not have tobe in complete sentences.
  • 6. 1. Besides the organizational patternof chronological order, name oneother pattern to organize the body ofyour presentation.
  • 7. 1. Besides the organizational patternof chronological order, name oneother pattern to organize the body ofyour presentation. • Order of Importance • Comparison/Contrast • Cause/Effect • Order of location • Problem/Solution
  • 8. 2. Name one way that you canopen your presentation that willgrab the audience’s attention
  • 9. 2. Name one way that you can open your presentation that will grab the audience’s attentionA little-known fact or statistic A cartoon, picture, or drawingA series of questions A short demonstrationA humorous story or anecdote A statement about the topic’sAn appropriate quotation importanceA description of a serious problem An eye-catching prop or display A video or an audio clip
  • 10. 3. True or False: In your outline,your opening does not have tobe in complete sentences.
  • 11. 3. True or False: In your outline,your opening does not have tobe in complete sentences. False
  • 12. In the Computer Room• Write the first draft of your cover letter• Catch up with any work you’re missing
  • 13. Homework for Monday,2/27Prepare to give the introduction to your presentation