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This presentation model was jointly developed by Jim Moshinskie of Baylor University and the Vuepoint Corp.
Relate - The purpose of this step is to relate the presentation to the audience so they will begin to think how the topic will integrate, or mix, with other material they already know and why the information being presented is important.
Overview - This step has two specific functions: present the learning outcome(s) of the presentation, and give the outline of the presentation.
Present - The information is presented to the audience by chunking the content into separate sections. The new knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSAs) that audience needs to acquire are presented here.
Exercise - In this step, the audience explores, practices, and interacts with the material covered in each section of the presentation. They become active participants in the instruction.
Summarize - The final step is to summarize the presentation. After the audience finishes all of the sections of the presentation, a summary of the content is presented.