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Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
Lesson plans 3.26.12
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  • 1. In-class Journal AssignmentIn at least 100 words, tellme what your hobbiesand interests are outsideof school and work.
  • 2. Quiz
  • 3. 1. When you are developing thebody of your presentation, there aresix different patterns for organizingit. Name one.
  • 4. 2. There are six tips forbuilding the body of yourpresentation. Name one ofthem
  • 5. 3. A good introduction andconclusion work like____________ supporting thebody of the presentation.
  • 6. 4. There are six strategies forconcluding your presentation.Name one of them.
  • 7. 1. When you are developing thebody of your presentation, there aresix different patterns for organizingit. Name one.
  • 8. • Chronological order• Order of Importance• Comparison/Contrast• Cause/Effect• Order of location• Problem/Solution
  • 9. 2. There are six tips forbuilding the body of yourpresentation. Name one ofthem
  • 10. • Build your presentation around several key ideas (Don’t try and cover too much ground)• Write with a personal, natural voice• Support your main points with reliable facts and clear examples• Present your information in short, easy-to- follow segments• Use positive, respectful language (Avoid jargon)• Use graphic aids and handouts
  • 11. 3. A good introduction andconclusion work like____________ supporting thebody of the presentation.
  • 12. 3. A good introduction andconclusion work like bookendssupporting the body of thepresentation.
  • 13. 4. There are six strategies forconcluding your presentation.Name one of them.
  • 14. • Review your main ideas and key points• Issue a personal challenge• Come “full circle”• Recommend a plan of action• Suggest additional sources of information• Thank the audience and ask for questions
  • 15. In the Computer LabMake a PowerPoint slide with thefollowing:• Your name• A picture of yourself• Three goals for this year• A quotation

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