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Pecha kucha

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  • 1. QCE521: Language Teaching Experience Sharing Practicum Experiences ‘The (modified) PechaKucha Show’ (20 x 20)Thanks to Dr Tamas Kiss for sharing the idea of PechaKucha. Modified by Poh Soon Koh.
  • 2. What is PechaKucha*? PechaKucha 20x20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images/slides. You talk along and explain what they stand for, or make your point using any text, graphics and pictures as illustrations to your point. *For more information on PechaKucha please visit the http://www.pecha- kucha.org/ website.2
  • 3. How do you make a PechaKucha show? • Simply create a 20 slide PowerPoint or Keynote presentation. • All you have to do is to add the content. Mind you, the title slide also counts as one of the 20 you can use.3
  • 4. What is your presentation about? • Each of you will select one of the following themes and the content of your presentation must be closely related to the selected theme: – Theme 1: Blindspots – Theme 2: “Thanks, everybody, thanks” – Theme 3: “Don’t waste time ……..” – Theme 4: “Don’t understand, cher” – Theme 5: WHAT? • You will talk about your experiences (positive or negative) of the practicum, the challenges and the success stories, expectations, hopes, sorrows, moments of enlightenment, or whatever you would like to share.4
  • 5. What is your presentation about? • Each of you will have a total of 8 minutes. You will be stopped after the 8 minutes. • You may want to team up with 1 or 2 classmates (up to a maximum of 3) to present the PechaKucha. In this case, the total time allowed = number of member x 8 minutes.4
  • 6. Required information There are a few key pieces of information that you need to include in the presentation: a) the theme you or your team has selected, b) how is the theme interpreted and c) where you did your practicum. These are compulsory elements, but the rest is up to you.5
  • 7. Visuals • Make sure you use visuals (pictures, clipart, drawings) in your presentation. • Avoid using lots of text – your audience will not have enough time to read what you have written. • Treat your slides as illustrations to the ‘story’ you would like to tell. • The visuals can be actual photos of the school or your students (make sure you get their consent before you take pictures, and/or find out about your school’s policy).15
  • 8. Timing • Timing is crucial in a PechaKucha presentation. • Don’t forget the golden rule: sometimes less is more! • Food and drinks are allowed (but don’t dirty the TR). • Remember to have fun! • Go to the next slide to book your presentation slot.15
  • 9. Book your presentation slot now! How to book? Step 1: Go to this link to check the available slots. Step 2: Book your desired slot here. Note: if you booked a slot that has already been booked, you or or group will be re-assigned a slot.5