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    • How to give a Powerful Presentation to your classroom! By Bibiana Anaya
    • Welcome to My Presentation!
      • First of all, you will need the following:
        • Introduction
          • Activity
        • Transitions
          • Smooth
        • Body
          • Detail
        • Technology
        • Visuals
        • Conclusion
          • Assessment
    • Introduction
      • The audience should be engaged in your presentation
        • Develop an effective opening
        • State your objective/lesson
        • Encourage your audience to participate
        • Choose your topic accordingly to your audience
        • Use visuals as much possible
    • Transitions
      • Should be smooth
      • Are able to connect points
      • Let the audience know what is coming next
      • Provides the audience with examples
    • Body
      • Should be brief
      • Clear
      • List the major points
      • Organize the flow
    • Technology
      • Media in your presentation is essential
      • Make sure to address your learners
      • You can use the following technology
        • Computer
    • More Media
        • TV
        • Digital Projector
        • Overhead Projector
        • CD Player
        • DVD Player
    • Visuals
      • Use different color contrast
      • Graphic organizers
      • Charts
      • Images
      • White Board
      • Chalkboard
      • Diagrams
      • Poster Boards
      • S h o u l d vary in your presentation
        • sIzE
        • Style
        • Font
        • Color
      Creative Text
    • Conclusion
      • As educators we should provide
        • Effective visuals
        • Clear messages
        • Check for Proportion
        • Consistency
        • Unity
        • Relevant images
    • References
      • Creating Sensational Knock-Your-Socks Off Presentations handout Copyright, 2005, The Info Savvy Group.
      • Teaching and learning with Technology . 4 th Ed. Lever-Duffy
        • Judy and McDonald, Jean B. 2011, Pearson Education, Inc.
        • Check this helpful website:
        • www.cob.sjsu.edu/splane_m/ presentationtips .htm