GREAT FOR AFRICA STUDIES! READING LESSONS! LIFE SCIENCE LESSONS! RESEARCH PAPERS
A FUN, MOTIVATING WAY FOR LEARNERS TO ENGAGE!
I have found that presenting learners with materials that allow them to discover knowledge for themselves is more meaningful and has a lasting impression. The basic principles of independence, self-confidence, self-discipline, freedom to explore, maintaining interest, learning from and with peers, respect in all forms; comes to the fore.
The presentations are designed:-
*As an introduction to an African animal study through inspiring curiosity and building up on existing knowledge
*As a non-fictional reading exercise by enhancing reading skills, including comprehension and vocabulary
*As an independent mini lesson
*As a resource for study skills practice, note taking, summarizing
*A basis for a life science report
*A basis for a prepared or unprepared speech
*As a motivation for creative or informative writing
*Development of critical and logical thinking skills
*To support social interaction through meaningful discussion
*And above all to encourage a love for learning
During the presentation:-
*Learners may record their answers to posed questions or simply give a verbal response
*Learners develop note taking skills by recording key word/phrases from the slides
*Learners write a report/summary at the end of the presentation
This POWERFUL interactive slide show takes the viewer through a basic study of individual African Animals. Original photos and video snippets enhance the text (in some presentations). Presentations explore the question and answer technique, and are great for non-fiction reading comprehension exercises. Images often give visual comprehension clues to the questions asked. Presentations may be used for independent research by the learner or as a discussion base for lessons.
ENJOY A FUN WAY TO LEARN!
SLIDE SHOW PPSX
PPSX files open in slideshow or play-presentation mode, when double-clicked.
Video snippet - embedded Windows Media Player files
When the presentation finishes, manually exit using the ESC key.
An HDMI chord from your computer to a large screen TV is also effective.
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