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How to Present a Powerful Presentation<br />Bob Evans<br />Week 6<br />
Powerful Presentations should bring excitement into the classroom. <br />Powerful Presentations should help the students learn the material.<br />Due to the fact that students learn by different methods –Powerful Presentation is a very important tool in the classroom<br />
OVERHEAD PROJECTORS<br />Overhead projectors ---a standard tool in the classrooms. Overhead transparencies can be black and white or to add more excitement the transparencies can be in color. An instructor can make his or her own or there are commercial transparencies.<br />Tools that can be used<br />
Digital Projectors<br /> Now becoming the standard in classrooms, the digital projectors can project images on to a screen. When used with a laptop computer, the projectors can project videos, digital images, or Power Point presentation on to the white board. Thus the classroom can come alive with excitement.<br />Tools to be used<br />
<ul><li> Know your topic –If you know your topic, you can feel comfortable to present it
Add Humor –children love humor, so add to your presentation
Use of technology –by using different types of technology, the subject can be better understood. We all learn differently.
If presenting a Power Presentation, avoid to much text on the slide.</li></ul>Tips on Presentations<br />
Wrap it up on a good note.</li></ul>SMILE and ENJOY<br />A great website to use is www.ehow.com<br />Tips on Presentation<br />
References<br />www.ehow.com<br />http://presentationsoft.com<br />http://teach.fcps.net<br />www.nhorizons.com<br />Teaching and Learning with Technology by Judy Lever-Duffey and Jean Mc Donald<br />
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