Students love this guide to prepare and assess presentations.
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Use these brain based strategies to prepare presentations
that actively engage their audience. Student-ready materials here for individuals and team presenters in upper grades.
Display the poster included
as a mind-map when students prepare presentations, and as a reflection following their sessions.
Students complete active tasks
to build presentations that are rich in content and skillful in communication. For instance they predict what an audiences will expect and enjoy most.
To assess and improve their presentation skills,
students reflect on new ideas and discoveries, as well as on their exchanges with others.
On one hand – this is a tool for individual presenters
to examine their presentations for content and delivery.
On the other hand, this tool facilitates team members
to add unique offerings to support a joint effort.
Used in advance of the presentation,
this guide encourages presenters to help shape the team’s joint discoveries. Each presenter will identify how to play a distinctive role in engaging an audience actively throughout the presentation.
The guide is aligned to help presenters to prepare, facilitate and assess
any presentation topic. With each use, students will grow intrapersonal skills to engage ideas well because of developing personal awareness.
The presentation process here offers unique opportunities for whole brain approaches
that increase learning for both presenters and their audience. See also multiple intelligence tasks that supplement student-audience interactions. Enjoy!
Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials
will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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as you learn and lead with the brain in mind!
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