How do we make amazing presentations?
I believe that the most important skill in not just Science, but in your life, is to be able to communicate with others.
March 27th & March 28th - Lesson 15
Your water issue: Explain your issue using scientific language.
I will come to you at least once to answer questions and check on your progress.
Content: Students will
What to do and not to do on a presentation:
What NOT to do:
What to do:
give too much information/text without a story
organize the information in a story (beginning, middle leading to a climax, and a conclusion)
For your water issue: the problem building to the solution (humans and nature), conclusion: summay and possible future solution
presentation (in any format: slides, video)
-have lots and lots of text on a slide
-have too many ideas on one slide
-have too many images so people can’t see them; have low resolution
-have the text as notes that only presenter can see and just have keywords on the presentation
-have one major idea as a title for each section
-clear images that relate to your topic and draws people’s attention to your slide (have color)
How it was before learning the tips:
How it was fixed:
See more examples at this presentation
What is wrong: the second bullet point is too big
Bullet points are shorter
GOOD WORK BLOCK 8!