Planning a (terrific) presentation

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Planning a (terrific) presentation

  1. 1. Planning a (terrific) Presentation<br />Mrs Loone<br />2011<br />
  2. 2. Have a Plan<br />Draw or show your thinking<br />- try using a Spider Web<br />Stick to your plan (then make changes).<br />Decide who the presentation is<br /> for.<br />
  3. 3. Know Your Topic<br />Students usually want to charge right in and make the presentation.<br />STOP Do the research first and really know your material. <br />Think through what you will present before beginning the project on the computer. <br />
  4. 4. Know Your Topic<br />Creating the slide show is the easy part. <br />The best classroom presentations are created by kids who know what they are going to talk about. <br />
  5. 5. Use Key Information<br />Good presenters use key phrases and include only the most important information. <br />Your topic may be vast…….<br />But choose only the top three or four points and make them your focus.<br />
  6. 6. Too Much Text <br />Mistake #1<br /> Writing your whole speech on the slides.<br />The slide show is meant to accompany your oral presentation. <br />Write in bullet points – 4 or 5 per slide. <br />Use simple language.<br />
  7. 7. Layout and Presentation<br />Avoid fancy fonts<br />Use images<br />Repetitive layout<br />Simple colour scheme<br />Not too many slides<br />
  8. 8. Research Tips<br />How much do you need?<br />What’s really important? <br />Take notes as you research<br />- paraphrase in your own words!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<br />Always refer to your plan<br />
  9. 9. Big Finish<br />DaDa<br />

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