Created by : Tynisha Salem Powerful how all presentations in the classroom should
This allows you to feel more comfortable with the topic Prevent mistakes Ensures student get the right information Research your topic
Ensure the presentation is coherent and accurate Student will know if you aren’t prepared Organization is a must Outline your presentation!
Weigh your Options How can you clearly present the information? What technologies are available to you? What do your students respond to best? When creating your presentations remember to ask your self these important questions.
Information visuals Real objects Models Maps Graphs Posters Broadcast TV Document cameras Interactive white board Way to enhance your presentation Projected visuals
Consitency : all elements should be in sequence to send a clear message. Relevance: only use elements that clarify the message to maintain student interest. Coherance : Include elements that support and enhance the message to avoid confusion for students. Helpful Guidelines for Visual Aid
Work Citied Lever-Duffy, Judy “Teaching and Learning with Technology” forth edition. Jukes, Ina “Bringing Down the House : Creating Sensational Knock-your-Socks Off Presentations (2005)