Lesson plans 2.23.12

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Lesson plans 2.23.12

  1. 1. In-class Journal AssignmentHow do you plan to start yourpresentation? What materialsdo you need? How do you planto finish?
  2. 2. Quiz
  3. 3. 1. Besides the organizational patternof chronological order, name oneother pattern to organize the body ofyour presentation.
  4. 4. 2. Name one way that you canopen your presentation that willgrab the audience’s attention
  5. 5. 3. True or False: In your outline,your opening does not have tobe in complete sentences.
  6. 6. 1. Besides the organizational patternof chronological order, name oneother pattern to organize the body ofyour presentation.
  7. 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. 8. 2. Name one way that you canopen your presentation that willgrab the audience’s attention
  9. 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. 10. 3. True or False: In your outline,your opening does not have tobe in complete sentences.
  11. 11. 3. True or False: In your outline,your opening does not have tobe in complete sentences. False
  12. 12. In the Computer Room• Write the first draft of your cover letter• Catch up with any work you’re missing
  13. 13. Homework for Monday,2/27Prepare to give the introduction to your presentation
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