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  1. 1. The Life of Albert Einstein Include your name and the date of the presentation
  2. 2. Timeline of His Life 2 Use the timeline below to provide an overview of the person’s life. This will help your classmates and teacher understand the bigger picture, as well as what you are going to discuss more later in your presentation. Born German Empire Education University of Zurich work Theory of relativity Awards Nobel Prize
  3. 3. Timeline of His Life 3 Born German Empire Education University of Zurich Awards Nobel Prize in Physics Work Theory of relativity Use the timeline below to provide an overview of the person’s life. This will help your classmates and teacher understand the bigger picture, as well as what you are going to discuss more later in your presentation.
  4. 4. Introducing… Albert Einstein 4 Born on March 14th 1879 in Ulm, Germany The pocket compass: Root of Einstein’s fascination with science While traveling, Einstein wrote daily to his wife Elsa Introduce your person by starting with any important information. You can include their date of birth, as well as a fun fact about them that relates to what they're most known for. Include an image of the person you are discussing so that your classmates have a visual.
  5. 5. His Early Years 5 Expelled from school Skilled in both math and science at a young age Kant was his favorite philosopher Go into more detail about your person and the early years of their life. Tell your classmates about any important events or facts regarding their school years and leading up to adulthood.
  6. 6. His Life 6 Worked in patent office post-graduation 1905: Einstein’s “Miracle Year” 1921–1922: Travels abroad Go into detail about your person’s adult life. Remember to include images for your classmates to enjoy during your presentation.
  7. 7. 7 7 E=mc2 Theory of Relativity Briefly detail your person’s most well-known accomplishments. Avoid cluttering your slides with too much text. The goal with presentations is to create clean, easy-to-read slides. Biggest Accomplishments Old quantum theory The Nobel Prize
  8. 8. The End of His Life 8 Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, N.J. Died in 1955 Princeton, New Jersey, United States Include information about the end of your person’s life. This information may include key dates, what they did during the final years of their life, as well as where they died.
  9. 9. Impact on the World 9 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics Altered ideas about space and time E=mc 2 Explain further how this person has impacted the world. You can briefly list the ways in which they've had such an influence.
  10. 10. 1 0 Perseverance Study Tell your classmates and teacher of any lessons to be learned from your person’s life. You can also include any final thoughts or takeaway messages that you have about this historical figure. Lessons to Be Learned Curiosity Investigate
  11. 11. 1 1 “Whether you can observe a thing or not depends on the theory which you use. It's the theory which decides what can be observed.” Finish your presentation with famous quotes by your person. Choose one or two that you feel best represent them. Important Quotes “I'm enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”
  12. 12. Thank You! Questions? Thank your classmates for listening and welcome any questions that they may have. 12
  13. 13. Sources 1. As this is a research project, be sure to include a slide with your sources of where your information is from!
  14. 14. Storytelling 1 4 Audiences respond well to stories. Look for a narrative thread behind your presentation content and consider presenting your information beginning-to-end. Follow a situation to its consequences or a problem to its solution. Weave the thread throughout your presentation. This will help it feel cohesive and make it easier to follow than a jumble of disjointed slides.
  15. 15. Eye Contact Improves Engagement 1 5 Tailor your slideshow to your audience’s needs. Consider their level of familiarity with the subject matter, industry jargon, and background. If you’re using language they're likely to be unfamiliar with, offer definitions so they don’t feel lost. You have a lot of knowledge to share. Decide which points you most want your audience to remember after they leave. Write your presentation with those points in mind, so your most important message is clear and memorable. Know Your Audience Keep Your Core Message in Mind
  16. 16. 1 6 SECTION DIVIDER Give a bit of context so the audience knows what to expect.
  17. 17. Data at a Glance 1 7 Show your data visually. Charts let your audience understand the numbers at a glance, so you can present a lot of information without breaking pace. Pull out and highlight the most compelling data points. Add a line or two about your analysis or how this influenced your presentation. Leverage Visuals Scientific Findings Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Area 4
  18. 18. Storyboard 1 8 Compelling visuals are absolutely crucial. Choose simple, clean images that will draw attention without distracting from your presentation.
  19. 19. Zoho Show Para criar belas apresentações, baixe o Zoho Show de Play Store https://zoho.to/cy7 Biography.pdf (Este PDF foi gerado usando o Zoho Show)

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