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This page explains how you must prepare and present

Your FINAL PROJECT PRESENTATIONS

 

Starting in Week 25, from September 3, 2012

You will present your final survey research project in class

 

This page explains how this project should be prepared and assessed


 

Create your PowerPoint

See how to do this here

Quick reference available via the Final Projects - Presentations page in the Sidebar ===>

for Weeks 24-26

 

Learn the FOUR C's of PowerPoint: Clean, Clear, Consistent, Creative

There is more information at http://www.pimoodle.org/course/view.php?id=31

 

Make all elements in the presentation CONSISTENT

Here you can learn to animate your slides and apply clean, clear, and consistent style according to the rules of Good Presentations and the animation scheme described above. 

 

  • Apply animation so that
    1. the first slide has NO ANIMATION or TRANSITION.
    2. All other slides have 
      1. the same transition or transition pattern
      2. titles that animate WITH PREVIOUS
      3. bullets that EACH animate ON CLICK
      4. Pictures should animate consistently and with a previous event

 

  • You will be marked on
    • how your show follows the above criteria
    • whether your presentation meets the Guidelines for Making Good Presentations
    • design and clarity of your presentation

 

Download the marking rubric here 

 

 

Create a PowerPoint slide show to present your results

  1. The chart presents the findings from the questions from your Survey 
  2. The slide show should be short, maximum 6 slides
    1. Title slide
    2. Reason for survey
    3. question 1 results
    4. question 2 results
    5. question 3 results, etc 
    6. findings and conclusion from the survey
    7. conclusion slide 
  3. It must follow the rules for good presentations 
  4. It should have consistent animation effects as shown here:
    http://www.pimoodle.org/file.php/31/powerpoint/ppt_animations.FLV  
  5. It should have a chart for each questions generated by SurveyMonkey or Excel  

 

Indenting in PowerPoint

http://screencast.com/t/tZrfKhfi82J

 

Work on this after the summer break and Eid holiday

Schedule your Presentation

 

Present your data in class

  1.  Upload your slide presentation to http://slideshare.net 
    1. Your teacher can download it from there and have it available in class
    2. If you wish you can submit a recorded presentation 
      1. You can embed your recording directly in PowerPoint 
      2. OR you can record your presentation in Audacity from http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
      3. You can also synchronize the voice recording with your presentation at http://slideshare.net  
  2. Your work will be graded on this marking scheme 

 

Language assessment

 

Your teacher will be listening to your presentation for language similar to Viewpoints pp.29-31

To review the language you should use to describe charts and data .. 

Listen to HCT network drive / Student Collections / Viewpoints - Track 10, then, from

Page 29 - 

  • Use language similar to Exercise 2A, where you wrote one ORIGINAL sentence about the data in each of the charts #1-#4 on p. 28 

 

Here's a sample PowerPoint we can work with in class

Download the Final Project - Presentation marking rubric here 

 

Here's a PowerPoint uploaded to Slideshare.net: 

http://www.slideshare.net/vances/engaging-students-eltai-19july2012-stevens

(Note, slides #2 and #3 here break the 6x6 rule,. Keep YOUR slides SIMPLE!)

 

 

 

 

 

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