A Significant Indigenous person: Some Tips To Presenting

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This presentation provides Year 3 students at Samford State School, Brisbane, Australia, with some tips for developing their presentation about a significant Indigenous Australian. More information & resources for Blak History Month is available at www.blacklines.com.au.

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A Significant Indigenous person: Some Tips To Presenting

  1. 1. Some tips for an effective PowerPoint about a significant Indigenous Australian<br />
  2. 2. Sam CookAn energetic, talent and inspiring woman.<br /><ul><li>By LeesaWatego</li></ul>The title tells us the name of the person you are talking about, but also something about the person<br />
  3. 3. Some facts about Sam Cook<br /><ul><li>Born in 1973
  4. 4. From Kimberley Region, Western Australia</li></ul>Using the map to say where the person is from is more interesting than just text. Arrows are also useful because they help the audience<br />
  5. 5. Sam Cook is inspirational. She has been an illustrator, a theatre director, a NAIDOC award winner, and she carried the Olympic torch in 2000. She also started Blak History Month in 2008 and writes the Great Moments in Blakistory. She must be really great. I like her.<br />
  6. 6. Sam Cook is inspirational. She has been an illustrator, a theatre director, a NAIDOC award winner, and she carried the Olympic torch in 2000. She also started Blak History Month in 2008 and writes the Great Moments in Blakistory. She must be really great. I like her.<br />Interesting slides use images + text, not just text. Use bullet points to make your ideas more easily read.<br />
  7. 7. I think Sam is an inspiration.<br />Your final slide is a “round-up” of your ideas. “I believe …”, “I feel …”, “I think …”.<br />
  8. 8. References & Images Used<br />Black & White Portrait Image of Sam Cook from http://www.publicenergy.ca/06-07/honouring_theatre/windmill.htm<br />Images of “kissing” Sam, Artwork and newspaper cuttings from Sam Cook FacebookPage<br />Map of Aboriginal Australia from http://www.yale.edu/gsp/colonial/aboriginal_australia_map.html<br />Where did you get your information from? Include the URL (web address) & who wrote the information if you can.<br />

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