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Created by : Tynisha Salem<br />Powerful how all presentations in the classroom should<br />
This allows you to feel more comfortable with the topic<br />Prevent mistakes<br />Ensures student get the right informati...
Ensure the presentation is coherent and accurate<br />Student will know if you aren’t prepared<br />Organization is a must...
                  Weigh your Options <br />How can you clearly present the information?<br />What technologies are availab...
     Information visuals<br />Real objects<br />Models<br />Maps<br />Graphs<br />Posters<br />Broadcast TV<br />Document ...
                   Oral Presentation<br />
Consitency : all elements should be in sequence to send a clear message.<br />Relevance:  only use elements that clarify t...
                 Work Citied<br />Lever-Duffy, Judy “Teaching and Learning with Technology” forth edition. <br />Jukes, In...
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Powerful how all presentations in the classroom should

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

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